■Naoki Hyakuta Naoki Hyakuta, a famous Japanese novelist and broadcaster, co-creates this film with Kiyotsugu Tsukuma, a photographer whom he recommends as a "genius. Naoki Hyakuta's work, “The Eternal Zero”, was a blockbuster movie that grossed over 8.76 billion yen (USD75,466,122) at the box office. It is also a blockbuster movie in the U.S. and an Amazon bestseller, and as of December 2019, the total number of copies of Hyakuta's books in circulation is over 20 million. ■Kiyotsugu Tsukuma A photographer who creates fantastic works based on the concept of dreams. Born in Osaka in 1957. Graduated from the Photography Department of Osaka University of Arts.After working in the image department of a sales promotion company, he became a freelance photographer. Member of the Photographic Society of Japan / The Society of Photographic Arts, Japan ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ (Major exhibitions) 1992 Solo Exhibition "Kashmir Dream Travel", Kodak Photo Salon, Ginza, Tokyo. 1993 Duo Exhibition "TO-BE Exhibition / META・REARITY" at Shinsaibashi Sony Salon. 1996 Solo Exhibition "Dream of Siesta" at Studio Ebisu Photo Gallery. 1998 Exhibited works at "Japan-France Contemporary Art Expo" at Pacifico Yokohama. 2002 Solo Exhibition, "Door of Forest," Kodak Photo Salon, Ginza, Tokyo. 2003 Solo Exhibition, "A Round Dance of Light and Wind," Appearance Hall, Tokyo. 2005 Solo exhibition "KIYOTUGU TSUKUMA COLLCTION" at CIRKOLO. 2020 Published a photo book "Dream". ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ In a place that I visited with a strong longing. The scenery I encounter in passing places also stops me in my tracks. I wonder if the uncertain magnetic field of "enishi" attracts each other. The colors and shapes they emit stimulate my retinas and caress the folds of my heart. My hand reacts instantaneously, and the camera records it. The process of collecting the parts of the puzzle begins. The process of collecting the puzzle pieces begins. I dream a lot. Sometimes they are dazzlingly colorful and pleasant, like floating. Sometimes they are dazzlingly colorful and pleasant, like floating, and sometimes they are dark landscapes filled with clinging moisture that obscures even the outlines. When you are awake, you can see the retina. The light and shadows burned into my retinas upon awakening intertwine with the countless memories of the past etched deep within me. New memories and past memories are entangled and stirred, and the dream creates a mysterious picture. When I awoke from sleep, I traced the memory of the dream, weaving together the fragments I had scraped together to create a concrete form. I never get tired of this work. This is the answer to self-expression that I have found. For some time now, the figuration of "dreams" has been a constant theme in my creative activities.