Ryan Saylor’s review published on Letterboxd:
I found this to be so fascinating. The things I learned both about Ozu and Wenders were just so insightful. Wenders is clearly an outsider looking in on this world he's idealized. But as he discovers that and engages with the culture and finds the value he's been looking for even if it's not where he initially thought to look... It's incredible. Wenders chronicles his own tourism and curiosities but centers then around this central narrative of Ozu and it all just worked really well for me.