"From a different point of view, the land of Hokkaido as Michael responds to it, with a perspective foreign to us Japanese, appears entirely new. In this sense, the landscapes he has captured suggest the vistas that the aboriginal Ainu people might have seen around them when Hokkaido was their heaven and earth, in the distant past before mainland Japanese settled there to colonize the island. The photographs seem to fix nature itself, pure, an unsullied world. In short, through Michael Kenna, a single photographer from another country, Hokkaido has acquired a completely new complement of natural features", from "Landscape of the soul", Introduction Michael Kenna's "Hokkaido" by Daido Moriyama.
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