Village at the foot of the Southern Alps
Since Covid19, the concept of movement has changed.
With the replacement of society that does not assume the movement of people, there is a move to make holes in the Southern Alps and create transportation infrastructure for linear motor cars.
One of Japan's most precious native environments is about to be destroyed.
At the foot of the Southern Alps, where construction of a linear motor car is underway, there is a beautiful village called Ooshika Village.
In this village, there are some people who love the natural landscape at the foot of the mountain and moved with their families about 30 years ago.
The beautiful landscapes and biodiversity that have been preserved along with their history are about to turn into irreparable situations.
Born in Kamakura
Studied at the Takashi Homma Workshop and continued to make works
A very beautiful landscape project about the mountain village of Oshika. The photographer has captured both the natural beauty of the place and the effect of longterm human interventions in this terrain.
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