Takanori Senda, a paper craftsman and Japanese paper artist living in Mino City, Gifu Prefecture. He works in a papermaking village called Warabi in Mino City. Here, he is simply continuing the act of creation. Expose the act of creation. Dirty things, beautiful things. Sometimes it's a fine line. Because people are with nature, they just expose themselves without any reason. Experience the world of Japanese paper, where nature's bounty and human activity interweave. That's one way nature and humans re-merge. From the kozo fields to the hand-made washi paper, there are the pure water that springs from the mountains, the 1,300-year-old technique of Mino hand-made washi paper, and the kozo stalks that are harvested and sprouted and grown and harvested every year. The earth that nurtures All of that is essential. Steamed and boiled, the trees become ash, and the ash is used in the simmering, the power of the fire to keep it going. Paper is created through interaction, interaction, and interaction between nature and people. Papermaking is a job that has lived close to nature. Through this work, people and nature get along well, and it is an opportunity to live comfortably. The history of paper-making will continue into the future. Takanori Senda would like to convey the voice of the mountains so that the paper-making village can continue to exist.