Johann Fleuri is a french-born journalist based in Tokyo since 2015. Japan Correspondent for Ouest-France newspaper, she also regularly writes for french-speaking magazines such as Les Inrocks, Zoom Japon, Le Monde Diplomatique, Causette, Sciences et avenir, Géo, La Gazette des femmes (Canada), among others. She also occasionally works as a fixer for European TV Channel Arte (Bo Travail).
In August 2017, her first book "Portraits de Tokyo" was released by Hikari editions.
Johann has been working as a reporter since 2007. She spent seven years, in total, covering local news in Ouest-France newspaper coverage area in northern part of France. She has been in charge of a local edition as a manager for two years.
She discovered Japan in 2009 during a one-year trip, fell for the country, and started working as a freelance writer since then. In 2013, she won Robert Guillain prize in Paris for her work on the complicate reconstruction of tourism in tsunami-damaged region, Tohoku. After numerous trips between France and Japan, she settled in Tokyo in 2015 where she occupies now a permanent position.
Contact can be done in english, french or japanese.