"It was when I was in primary school. My mum was out working.
Mum who was rather srtict said, "When you hear the 5 o'clock chine in the evening, you must come home."
But when I waited for my mum infront of the Super Uosen, and only then, I was allowed to be out.
The only time I could see the outside world past dark was in front of Super Uosen. I would sit there for an hour, sometimes up to three hours, waiting for my mum, and that was facinating.
- Excerpt from En No Soto by Koji Sato
This publication is the first photobook by Koji Sato, displaying a personal series shot in colour.