Nice to meet you! Thank you for visiting my website.

I take tourist photos of foreigners coming to Japan.

I Capture anniversary, honeymoon, family, friends, couple, alone trips etc...

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Even booking is easy.I provide photo shoot tours for foreign tourists all over Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hokkaido.


I hope that tourists visiting Japan will fall in love with Japan even more through photo shoots.

My career started as a photographer, and I spent ten years doing photo shoots with actresses, actors and musicians for magazines.


For the past ten years, I've mainly been focused on family photo shoots. I enjoy taking photos of regular families because it's generally their first time being photographed by a professional photographer, so it's a very enjoyable experience.


Photo shoot have the ability to make people smile and feel happy. I've met many people from all over the world, and there is always

much to learn from different cultures and experiences. 

These photos are of travelers who wear Japanese KIMONO and experience Japanese culture at Meiji Jingu Shrine,

which is very popular with visitors to Japan.

These photos were taken when I traveled to Japan.

Otaru Canal , Hokkaido

Fushimi-Inari Taisha , Kyoto

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Osaka Castle , Osaka

Kaiyukan Aquarium , Osaka

Umeda , Osaka

Dotonbori , Osaka

Kuromon market , Osaka


Kenrokuen(Kanazawa), Ishikawa 

Farm Tomita(Furano), Hokkaido

Anraku-ji(Ueda), Nagano


Around Tokyo st.


Big project in Shibuya , Tokyo

Shibuya , Tokyo

Asakusa , Tokyo

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden , Tokyo

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Office:1-11-8, Sakuragaoka, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo To, 

156-0054, Japan