I read an article about him and his work in a newspaper and had to check out his web page immediately. His series Domestic Landscapes, taken in Europe and Japan, touches me deeply.
Each photo is indeed a landscape. The rooms (mostly kitchens) are landscapes, the faces of the people are too and often the way they are seated as well. There is poverty, loneliness, many traces of a long life of hard (farmer's) work. There is also pride, a sense of belonging, signs of intamable joy of life, beauty and strong will. These images are living history, yet they will never become outdated.