Tokyo: Little More, 2001. First Edition. Small quarto. First issue obi with more writing, not pictured in Parr / Badger, and apparently nixed by Kawauchi in favor of a different obi that was added to the book after she won the Ihei Kimura prize. The first book by Japanese phenom Rinko Kawauchi, a young female photographer whose luminous color reinterpretation of the minor marvels of everyday life has set the tone of Japanese photobooks in the new century. (Parr / Badger, v2, 316-317). Fine in plain white wrappers and fine photo-illustrated dust jacket with the now famous shot of a spoonful of white tapioca beans; publisher's printed obi.