A relationship with tea for 30 years! History Record Photo: Photo Exhibition by Mr. Asekusa Tomioka: Held at the Kamakura Art Museum I became acquainted with Mr. Tomioka shortly after Dimbula opened in Kamakura, and he has been drinking tea and waffles for a long time. Although he is a photographer, he has continued to take special photographs and has accomplished the feat of recording historical changes. This is the introduction. After losing his comrades during World War II, his life work is to document the present day through photography. Using a technique called "fixed-point observation photography," he has photographed the changing cityscape and his own child. The record of my child, which I have been taking every day for 32 years, is included in the documentary program "NHK Archives", and the photos that record the transformation of the city and the historical sites of Kamakura are provided to newspapers, textbooks, reference books, etc. . Even now, at the age of 83, he is actively engaged in activities such as teaching lifelong learning, writing serialized manuscripts, and organizing documentary photographs over 60 years. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ He is the person I respect and adore the most. As a person, I am always cheerful, kind, caring, and I love tea. I plan to go to the teacher's symposium tomorrow at the Kamakura Art Museum.