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Thank you Toyo. You had such a wonderful spirit and I know it will live on through your art and through all the people you've touched. I will always love and admire the humble, generous, thoughtful, warm hearted man that you were. Thank you for letting me know you, thank you for your family, and thank you for all the kindness and love you've always shown me. I will always remember the Chinese buns you'd bring for Tobe and I, the Japanese curry you taught my mother how to make, the kitchen cart you made for me, the dinners we shared in Chinatown, Congee, our trip through Arizona, the lessons you've taught me, introducing me to Sapporo on 49th, the books you've given me, Christmas morning with bagels and lox (truly, it was the only one I've ever had), for teaching me how to play golf, for the pink socks you gave to my sister. I always thought of you, and I will miss you so dearly. Ori told me in Buddhism it helps the spirit move on if their loved ones are okay, if they remember and focus on the happy memories instead of letting the grief take over. You were the most caring man I knew, and now I will think upon all the good moments we've had, all the happiness you've brought into my life, my family's, and so so many others. You live on through us and through your work. I love you Toyo. Be well #toyotsuchiya #shammyphotography #farewell #grandcanyon #sunsetsthatarentsogood
Thank you Toyo. You had such a wonderful spirit and I know it will live on through your art and through all the people you've touched. I will always love and admire the humble, generous, thoughtful, warm hearted man that you were. Thank you for letting me know you, thank you for your family, and thank you for all the kindness and love you've always shown me. I will always remember the Chinese buns you'd bring for Tobe and I, the Japanese curry you taught my mother how to make, the kitchen cart you made for me, the dinners we shared in Chinatown, Congee, our trip through Arizona, the lessons you've taught me, introducing me to Sapporo on 49th, the books you've given me, Christmas morning with bagels and lox (truly, it was the only one I've ever had), for teaching me how to play golf, for the pink socks you gave to my sister. I always thought of you, and I will miss you so dearly. Ori told me in Buddhism it helps the spirit move on if their loved ones are okay, if they remember and focus on the happy memories instead of letting the grief take over. You were the most caring man I knew, and now I will think upon all the good moments we've had, all the happiness you've brought into my life, my family's, and so so many others. You live on through us and through your work. I love you Toyo. Be well #toyotsuchiya  #shammyphotography  #farewell  #grandcanyon  #sunsetsthatarentsogood