Nagi (signed)

by Yoshikatsu Fujii


Photographs: Yoshikatsu Fujii

Publisher: Self Published / Reminders Photography Stronghold

130 pages

Year: 2023

Comments: Limited edition of 73 copies, numbered and signed. Editing cooperation and Art direction by Yumi Goto / Reminders Photography Stronghold English. Printed and bound in Japan by Yoshikatsu Fujii. Size (mm) : 210×270 ×20, Language: Japanese and English

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Starting with “Red String” (2014) and “Incipient Strangers” (2015), Fujii has worked on the theme of family relationships. Since relocating to his hometown of Hiroshima, Fujii has been working on “Hiroshima Graph – Rabbits abandon their children” (2017) and “Hiroshima Graph – Everlasting Flow” (2020), both of which focus on the history of war in Hiroshima.
The current work, “Nagi” is the third work in the “Hiroshima Graph” project and an introduction to the main part of the work. Based on the testimony of Fujii’s grandfather, who was in the Navy in Kure, and his memories of the days he spent with his grandfather during his childhood, the film quietly expresses his gratitude for the peace that exists today and the importance of that peace. This is his first new work in three years, developed and completed under the mentorship of RPS’s Yumi Goto.


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Nagi (signed)

by Yoshikatsu Fujii


Photographs: Yoshikatsu Fujii

Publisher: Self Published / Reminders Photography Stronghold

130 pages

Year: 2023

Comments: Limited edition of 73 copies, numbered and signed. Editing cooperation and Art direction by Yumi Goto / Reminders Photography Stronghold English. Printed and bound in Japan by Yoshikatsu Fujii. Size (mm) : 210×270 ×20, Language: Japanese and English

sold out

Starting with “Red String” (2014) and “Incipient Strangers” (2015), Fujii has worked on the theme of family relationships. Since relocating to his hometown of Hiroshima, Fujii has been working on “Hiroshima Graph – Rabbits abandon their children” (2017) and “Hiroshima Graph – Everlasting Flow” (2020), both of which focus on the history of war in Hiroshima.
The current work, “Nagi” is the third work in the “Hiroshima Graph” project and an introduction to the main part of the work. Based on the testimony of Fujii’s grandfather, who was in the Navy in Kure, and his memories of the days he spent with his grandfather during his childhood, the film quietly expresses his gratitude for the peace that exists today and the importance of that peace. This is his first new work in three years, developed and completed under the mentorship of RPS’s Yumi Goto.


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Nagi (signed)

by Yoshikatsu Fujii


Photographs: Yoshikatsu Fujii

Publisher: Self Published / Reminders Photography Stronghold

130 pages

Year: 2023

Comments: Limited edition of 73 copies, numbered and signed. Editing cooperation and Art direction by Yumi Goto / Reminders Photography Stronghold English. Printed and bound in Japan by Yoshikatsu Fujii. Size (mm) : 210×270 ×20, Language: Japanese and English

sold out

Starting with “Red String” (2014) and “Incipient Strangers” (2015), Fujii has worked on the theme of family relationships. Since relocating to his hometown of Hiroshima, Fujii has been working on “Hiroshima Graph – Rabbits abandon their children” (2017) and “Hiroshima Graph – Everlasting Flow” (2020), both of which focus on the history of war in Hiroshima.
The current work, “Nagi” is the third work in the “Hiroshima Graph” project and an introduction to the main part of the work. Based on the testimony of Fujii’s grandfather, who was in the Navy in Kure, and his memories of the days he spent with his grandfather during his childhood, the film quietly expresses his gratitude for the peace that exists today and the importance of that peace. This is his first new work in three years, developed and completed under the mentorship of RPS’s Yumi Goto.


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