Mitsu

In “Mitsu”, his debut photobook, Japanese photographer Tomoki Hirokawa presents a series of images taken over several years. Whenever it rained, Hirokawa visited parks in Tokyo to capture the wet, glistening trees. The fallen rain may be only a small change, but Hirokawa manages to discover scenes very different to those of everyday life.
“I survey around and notice how happy the trees look. It seems as if the residents of the kingdom plantae are secretly having a banquet […]
It is awing to think the nature has been connecting lives through the workings of water and that leads me to recognize how tiny my existence is.”

— from Tomoki Hirokawa’s afterword

Book Size
256 × 256 mm
Pages
64 pages
Binding
Hardcover
Publication Date
2018
Language
English, Japanese
Limited Edition
1000