Online Exhibition presented by hotoke
Each piece is available to purchase.

I like suiseki. I prefer to feel its surrounding air (blankness) of the stone rather than to focus on just the stone itself, as the object is not always the subject, like a photograph or a calligraphy or an architecture or a tea ceremony or a life or whatever framed with borders. I see suiseki. I took photographs of the photographs of suiseki for you.

Dai Okumura



Vintage black and white photographs of suiseki from a stone enthusiast, 1950-60’s, Japan.


Sold out, Thank you.




Sold out, Thank you.