The work IwoJima Island depicts to focus on Japanese imperialism and the deceptive cause prepared to complement it during World War II and the Pacific War and was shot on Iwo Jima Island.
The melancholy of the islanders of Iwo Jima Island who lost their hometown and the grudges of the soldiers who fought on the island permeated the wind and soil of the island. Even the name of the island is Iwo Jima, not the IoTo used by the former islanders.
This fact is a clear indication of the history of the island's existence. Engaged in the ashes collection project on this island and trying to interact with the islanders, I expressed the process in which the photographer's awe for this island turned into mourning.