"Exomania" is a coined word that applies to the behavior of moving enthusiastically to "exotic" places different from where you are now.

Since I was a child, I may have had a desire for the act of moving, and the longing for the act of arriving at "different places", such as taking a train from the destination on the family trip by car and coming home alone.

After high school, I moved to the United States with the intention of studying photojournalism at an American university. During my stay, I visited various places by land. I have also ventured into South America, Europe and the African continent from where there are many international airline hubs.

I think that the purpose of all these maniacal acts was to use a "camera" to capture "what I saw" by using light.

“Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power.” Gregory Corso.

The "photographs" presented here are not so-called travel landscape photographs, but rather the projections of myself standing by the roadside feeling the heat, wind, smell, and light.

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