^ That idea is more reference to FJStation than katankatan :)
I get what you want to do with the book design, but hey, 'accordion' is also an instrument which she uses amazingly in her (earlier) works, isn't it?Yes, the idea is reference to FJStation.
This time we can print a book (in accordion style) and present it to Ms Kajiura during the autograph session in Asia tour.
Shall we make it into something like a guidebook (but not overdoing it or it will be too boring)? E.g. include short descriptions of anything unique about trains in our countries. We can put in pictures of traditional/vintage train tickets as well, even better if they are scarred or bruised by time *laughs*, or if that train journey was of special purpose to you (leave a place forever, see something for the first time etc.). They should fit well with those kantan katan themes of reminiscence, nostalgia, and the idea of living through your life filled with ups and downs.
Well, that's an example!Haha i doubt anyone has saved super-old tickets , and googled images wont do, and leaving a place forever by train is also quite rare, happens mostly in stories :)
What if we just mainly provide the pictures of train and railway station, and for those who don't have, you can choose any other kind of your local transportation, like bus station, tram, ship and port etc.Yeah... we have Amtrak, and that's it for here, but in Chicago has one large one. Could someone put in the directions, are we looking for pictures and then referencing instruments? what is going on? lol Sorry, been awhile since I've been here.