I am currently engaged in the study of anthropology, encompassing aspects such as religion, ethnicity, language, culture, and the environment. In the future, I aspire to delve into the pursuit of indigenous communities. I hold a fundamental belief that there is no inherent hierarchy among individuals - whether they are my friends nearby, animals dwelling on the opposite side of the Earth, or any element within our world. I diligently focus on cultivating confidence in this perspective, perhaps because I consider it deeply significant to others.
I am committed to avoiding the classification of things into groups based on words. Instead, I strive to meticulously examine each individual entity, considering its multifaceted nature. Moreover, I remind myself not to place undue trust in my perceptions of others, recognizing that my view is essentially limited to observation. It's important to acknowledge that the world we inhabit doesn't guarantee the arrival of an ordinary tomorrow. Varieties of joy and understanding are unique to each individual. With these ideas in mind, I am eager to convey them through the captivating medium of film, aiming to utilize its tremendous potential for storytelling.（In fact, it is not so formal, and I enjoy the art itself in the way I want to enjoy it.）