About Yosuke
Yosuke Yajima, has won a prize in 1_WALL, the photo competition in Japan. He later held several solo exhibitions and also participated in group exhibitions inland. As an office worker, he has been producing his works at a place where you can be close to changes in both structure of Japanese culture and common sense. His works can be seen in Tinyvices, the web site of the world-famous curator, Tim Barber, USA.
http://www.yajisuke.net
Current city: Tokyo
Yosuke Yajima, has won a prize in 1_WALL, the photo competition in Japan. He later held several solo exhibitions and also participated in group exhibitions inland. As an office worker, he has been producing his works at a place where you can be close to changes in both structure of Japanese culture and common sense. His works can be seen in Tinyvices, the web site of the world-famous curator, Tim Barber, USA.
 
Tama River is located in the outskirts of west Tokyo. A large waterfall located upstream, and the cold water is surprisingly clear. There, you will find a wonderful landscape no identical to any of those you see today. At the same time, you will forget the fact that you are in Tokyo.
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This mountain is known as one of the top one hundred famous mountains in Japan. And is one of the highest mountains in the Tokyo area. I went mountaineering at the end of last autumn, and felt cold at the summit. The views changed as winds pushed away thick clouds, and I felt that winter was just around the corner. Scenery is breathtaking. It is recommended as a mountain comparatively easy to climb.
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Izu-Oshima is a small island which takes about two and a half hours by speedboat from the center of Tokyo. It is 120km away, but still is "Tokyo". The island welcomes you with a distinctive landscape, having Mt.Mihara, a sacred volacano at the center. Travelers will fully realize how small they are facing the majestic landscape of Izu-Oshima.
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This cave at the foot of Mt. Fuji is located in the spread of volcanic rocks, surrounded by sea of trees where compass is no use. The temperatures drop suddenly, and you will not be able to stay inside the cave for long. However, the explorers will go further inside seeking for the bats flying around. It is highly recommended to visitors of the sacred Mt. Fuji .
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