The street photographer of Tokyo, Yota Yoshida has no training in photography but is inspired by subjects that surround him. This was the case in his latest series From somewhere, to elsewhere, in which the artist unveils the suburbs of the Japanese capital. Far from the overabundance of lights and the unrest of the population, the clichés of Yota Yoshida highlight the loneliness and depression of these inhabitants. Even the dogs and horses captured by the photographer releases this feeling of melancholy.