This is a first exhibition of photographer Masaya Ohara, who is active in New Zealand.

'Shashin of New Zealand,
        to you and someone who love each other'

I appended a romantic poem (in Japanese and English) to the beautiful scenery photos of New Zealand. I hope you will feel happy with them.

Please come in when you go for a walk around Ishikawacho, Yokohama.
I look forward to seeing you there soon!

(Shashin means 'Photography' in Japanese)

This exhibition was finished on 6th April.
Many people visited there and I really enjoyed it!
Thank you very much!!


I update this page if necessary. So please visit here again when the exhibition is close.
  Modified1(7/2/2009) - I modified how to get to the exhibition place because I misunderstood.


11:00 - 18:00, Wednesday 1st - Monday 6th April 2009
(I will be there EXCEPT between 12pm and 5pm on Sunday 5th.)


[Admission fee]


Gallery 1223 'Aio Light'
Address: 52-7 Yamate, Naka-ku, Yokohama city,  Tel: 045-633-3475


[How to get there] Modified! (When you click the link, you can view Google Street View.)


Take a train on JR 'Keihin-Tohoku line' between Tokyo and Shinagawa station.


Get off a train at JR 'Ishikawa-cho' station (pass Yokohama station).


Exit 'Motomachi Entrance (South Entrance) (a big entrance)' in the station of JR Ishikawa-cho.


Go straight on 'Motomachi shopping street'. Cross the intersection of 'Motomachi' (By here about three minutes by walk).


When you see the building of 'ZARA' on the right hand, turn right on the intersection. (By here from the station about seven minutes)

(6) You see 'Motomachi Kindergarten' on the right hand and pass it. Then you are there 'Aio Light' on the right hand. (By here from the station about 9 minutes)



[What you get there]
- I'll present one original post card for the first ten visitors everyday.
- There is a cafe corner. Please have a break there.


[Product sales]
- I'll sell two photo books 'New Zealand Land of Clouds' and 'Moods of New Zealand', which have been sold only in New Zealand (The stocks are limited).
- I'll sell a photo print from the photos of the exhibition and my books if you wish (I'll post your ordered photo later).


The following people have advertised this exhibition to the public.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
(It is displayed in order being showed after I got a permission to be here.)

Thank you for introducing my exhibition through your SNS page and Blog.

Web site name The page on
Aoisorato, Shiawaseno Niwatori Notice
HAERE MAE! AOTEAROA Shashin of New Zealand, to someone who love each other
Real New Zealand Truly Natural New Zealand Party
New Zealand no Arukikata Close-up
New Zealand Interview