(Poestenkill, NY: Kaldewey Press, 1999). Large quarto. 6ff., accordion-fold. One of thirty-eight copies on handmade paper, signed by the artist/printer, Gunnar Kaldewey. In contrast to his previous work, 15 Kyoto Gardens, Kaldewey focuses on the phenomenon of Japan's gambling halls and Pachinko parlors. This was the first book of the Kaldewey Press to utilize the technology of the computer, Photoshop, and an Epson printer, in creating the color illustrations. With an accompanying audio CD of the background noises of voices, coins, and music found in a Pachinko arcade. Mint in chemise and slipcase. Item #16914
(Von Lucius, pp. 102-103).