This series was started after I had lived in the United States for 10 years. Every time I got homesick and missed my home country, I daydreamed of the beautiful landscapes that surrounded me as I grew up in Japan. Yet every time I went back to visit my family and friends, I came back disappointed in not finding those beautiful landscapes that I had imagined. Then I started to pay more attention to how I felt and what I thought when I daydreamed and started to realize that it was not just the landscape I remembered, but also how I felt when I was growing up. It was more of the childhood memories when I had no obligations or responsibilities and felt so free. I set out to try to record the feelings I had during my summers growing up in Japan. This work is about that process.