Michio Hoshino’s photographic masterpieces and the philosophical words were born while he was in the middle of Alaskan wilderness alone for years to chase its wild animals to capture them in the photography. His legendary works will be introduced with music by Masaru Nakajima, narrated by Hiroshi Isobe and take the audiences away to the world of “Majestic nature of Alaska.”
The story is based on the Michio Hoshino’s personal experiences with the Alaskan wild animals. After spending years in the wilderness, Hoshino finally discovered “The story of ancient wilderness”, which stands still and remains unchanged in the middle of Alaskan wilderness for millions of years.
The polar bear, wolves, whales, caribou (reindeer)
Hoshino’s words also remind us to take a moment and look back to the basics and ask ourselves “what is really important for each of us as a member of this world”, the most basic yet the most important idea that we have forgotten in this busy modern society.
The soundscape that brings you into the state of pure imagination that trembles your soul. This is “Majestic nature of Alaska”
☆“The Best 80 minutes adventure of my life.”
☆“Narration was brilliant, Hoshino’s essay and his words came into my heart
Even without a video, I was surrounded by the majestic wilderness and its atmosphere of Alaskan land, ocean, and the great caribou migration...”
☆“It was a still photo but I felt like I was watching a movie. Brilliant!”
“Beautiful photos and soothing music harmonized with narration in an amazing way.”
☆“Reminded me of something that I’ve forgotten in this busy modern society.
Time, what is really important to me, connections and relationships with others, this show made me reconsider what is really important in my life and the meaning of true value.”
☆“Full of energy which is pure yet extremely powerful.”
“I cried throughout the show. The show made me feel that I want to leave everything behind and go for an adventure.”
“Lit up my desire of seeking my life time passion.”
☆“The show reminded me of Hoshino’s energy can still move us this much.
A limited time that I have left on this planet, what would I value and what would I feel to live on.
It became an unforgettable day of my life. Thank you.”
* The words used in English subtitle are not Michio Hoshino’s exact words but the summarized version of his words.