A Japanese Wildlife Photographer who has been taking wildlife photographs in the Far East of Russia for more 100 days every year since 1990.
Japan is located close to the Eurasian Continent in the Sea of Japan but many of the same wildlife species can be found in the both places. The Steller's Sea Eagle, Swans and many other species winter in Japan while spending their summer in Russia. The Amur Tiger which disappeared from Japan 20 thousand years ago can still be found in the Far East of Russia but there are about 400 remaining.
The wildlife in Japan and Russia is closely linked because nature does not recognize borders.


Russian Television interview

Solo Exhibition“NATURE without borders”


Venue: MARINSKY THEATRE Vladivostok, Russia
Period:September 10 - September 16, 2018
Organization:Eastern Economic Forum 2018
Primorsky Territory Administration
Russian Far East 80
Year of Japan in Russia 2018

Guest Contribution

  Venue:Royal Albert Hall(UK)

Venue:Royal Albert Hall(UK)
Period:September 18 - October 14, 2018
Organization:Save Wild Tiger

Solo Exhibitions“Mandarin Duck”


Venue:CANON GALLERY Ginza, Japan
Period:September 14 - September 20, 2018

Venue:CANON GALLERY Sapporo, Japan
Period:September 28 - October 10, 2018

Venue:CANON GALLERY Nagoya, Japan
Period:October 26 - November 1, 2018

Venue:GALLERY HANNA in Utsunomiya, Japan
Period:December 2 - December 10, 2018

Guest Contributer and Speaker“NATURE without borders”at Russian Festival of Nature


Venue:ARTIST APARTMENT (Moscow, Russia)
Period:January 20 - February 26, 2017
Support:Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
Ministry of Environment Russia
Federal Tourist Industry
Russian Geography Society

Solo Exhibition“NATURE without borders”


Venue:Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences(St. Petersburg, Russia)
Period:24 March 2013 two months
Organization:Union of Wildlife Photographers of St. Petersburg