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  • Original artwork made by using the Japanese traditional handmade paper “Sekishu Washi” ( grammage: about 25g/㎡) that is the UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. And that is the “Sekishu Washi for Inkjet print” which was made of collaboration with the workshop “Sekishu Washi Kubota”. That is not used the chemical bleaching and the chemical sizing, so that that is free from ultra-violet few damages.
  • Unframed, can be shipped rolled in a tube or flat
  • Due to build-to-order manufacturing, it is necessary to allow an average of 10 days for shipment (From 7 days 14 days).
  • Created: 2014

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Green reflections​.​

They say that Nanzen-ji Temple (Kyoto) has​ ​the highest formality of all Japanese temples belonging to the Zen sect and​ ​Nanzen-in Temple is the birthplace of Nanzen-ji Temple.

The garden created by Muso Soseki (1275-1351)​ ​features a circular promenade centered around Sogen-chi Pond. Seasonal view of​ ​natural landscape and reflections of Sogen-chi Pond from the circular promenade is​ ​very beautiful.


I began photographing at the age of 13 and have continued for over 40 years. I belong to The Photographic Society of Japan.

My main motifs are the Japanese traditional festivals and the environment. The main theme of t he works of traditional festival is “Artistic character of the festival”. I express the Japanese traditional artistic character through the intangible cultural asset. The main theme of the works of environmental art is “Color of the season”. I express the change about the season based on ecological knowledge and use the impressive Japanese coloring.

The characteristic of my works is simplification of the subject, exaggerated perspective, the color control with a feature, and that is to use as reference the characteristics from Ukiyo-e and

I have named it “Digital Ukiyo-e (Registered trademark of Japan)”.

Nowadays, I use to print on the Sekishu Washi that is a handmade Japanese Paper that is UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.


2006-2007 Contract artist of Agora Gallery, Chelsea, New York

2015.04- Amana images Inc. contract photographer (ID: 02729)

2015.09- Fotolia LLC contract photographer (ID: 205765763)

2017.11- PIXTA Inc. fotowa contract photographer

Recent Exhibition

2013.01 Children of Kishiwada Danjiri Festival 1st, Kishiwada Danjiri Hall, Kishiwada-City, Osaka-Prefecture

2013.08 Otaue (Rice Planting) Shinto Ritual of Kumata Shrine, Hirano Ward Office, Osaka-City

2013.10 Children of Kishiwada Danjiri Festival 2nd, Kishiwada Danjiri Hall, Kishiwada-City, Osaka-Prefecture

2014.06 The 9th 100 Artist Exhibition Ouchi Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2014.12 – now Always displayed within the inner temple of Shourinji Temple, kyoto, Higashiyama

2015.04 Digital Ukiyo-e “Color of the Season” Gallery COSMOS, Meguro. Tokyo

2016.04 Solo Exhibition Ouchi Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2017.09 – now Always displayed within the inner shrine of Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine, Osaka-City

2020.12 – now Always displayed within the inner shrine of Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, Osaka-City

2020.12 – now Always displayed within the main house of Old Nakanishi’s House, Suita-City, Osaka-Prefecture

Additional information

Weight 0.03 lbs
Dimensions 25.20 × 35.43 in
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