Introducing the works of Ryoji Iwasaki, who began his photography journey inspired by the Taushubetsu Bridge. As Ryoji continued to capture the Taushubetsu Bridge, he expanded his focus to the distinctive nature and scenery of Hokkaido, Japan. His 20-year project, 'The Phantom Bridge,' beautifully captures the four seasons of the Taushubetsu Bridge.


'0 Degrees Fahrenheit,' a piece taken during the harsh winter when temperatures plunge below -20°C (-4°F), was featured in the 2016 Japanese edition of National Geographic magazine.


Recently, he has been working on 'Once Upon a Winter,' a series that showcases the fleeting moments when water begins to freeze in winter.


'Ura-Daisetsu' is a compelling work that depicts the delicate balance between humans and wildlife in the 'Ura-Daisetsu' region, located in the eastern part of Daisetsuzan National Park, Japan's largest national park.


The Phantom Bridge(1X.com)

一冬一会 Once upon a winter


0 degrees fahrenheit


the other side of Daisetsuzan National park