Each picture is a short story that tells us a little about Japan and a lot about the photographer himself.
This is not a documentary, but a reinterpretation of a world that exists only in the photographer's mind.
Japan becomes much more than the name of a country, but a synonym for a faraway journey into the most intimate realm of a human being.
We are immediately immersed into a very personal vision of Japan.
The photographer deeply loves the country and talks enthusiastically about its culture.
I have never been and, as a completely disconnected viewer, I have the privilege to discover the Japanese reality through the eyes of the photographer.
I can't fully judge if these snapshots are a good rendition of Japan.
My journey goes much deeper than that because this collection opens doors into the inner world of the photographer.