Hyogoto Photo Writer List
Born in 1976 in Hyogo Prefecture, Futoshi currently lives in Kobe.
As for his life work as a photographer, he often attends art festivals around Japan and overseas. He enjoys connecting things and people through his work. Nowadays, he spends around half his time in Shikoku. Futoshi loves Northern European countries and is an easy-going kind of guy who is motivated to provide fascinating information on Setouchi.
Available Write Up: 14
The Cat Paradise - Aoshima Island (Nagahama, Ozu, Ehime Prefecture)
Ozu Shiromachi Guesthouse: Your Home Away From Home in Ehime!
A Modern Art Museum & Fantastic Oceanside Scenery On Omishima / Tokoro Museum Omishima (Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture)
Oceanside (Former) Elementary School Accommodation : Omishima Furusato Ikoinoie (Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture)
Haretoke Coffee: Located in a Former School, You’ll Want to Visit this Café Again & Again!
The Ken Iwata Mother & Child Museum: A Place Where Visitors Can Interact with the Works!
Gallery Tea House Kokemushiro: Be Healed by the Delicious Air & the Forest Floor Covered in Moss.
‘Writer baton’ is a project whereby photo-writers from each of the 7 prefectures that surround the Seto Inland Sea send each other their particular prefecture's specialties. This time yours truly, Futoshi Hineno from Hyogo, received a parcel from Masashi Fujimoto, our Yamaguchi prefecture photo-writer.
Shioya, a town with an exotic ambience, is found in the western part of Kobe.
Although home to a lot of non-Japanese residents these days, Shioya was once known as a Kobe holiday area.
Reaching their peak in summer, water lilies start to bloom in June. Their beauty is portrayed in Monet’s well-known masterpiece, Water Lilies.
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