This time also NATURA 1600 at Taiwan night. Since the photos are so beautiful when viewed again, it is still a shame that NATURA 1600 is no longer available. I can easily take pictures at night by combining it with KLASSE W, but it is a pity that I can no longer take pictures at night like that. Fujifilm, could you please reconsider once again and reproduce it? I know the price will go up because raw materials are expensive now. I can’t help but wish that NATURA 1600 would be sold again to capture this night scene that cannot be taken with a digital camera.
今回も2017年の台湾旅行から富士フイルム クラッセ W に NATURA 1600 を入れて。台湾は日本からは近く、比較的安く行けるのでまた行きたいと思っていたのですが、こちらもCOVID-19で行けなくなってしまいました。フィルムで撮ったものをアップしてなかったのですが、こうやって見直すと台湾という街とフィルムは似合いますね。よく言う昭和感に近いものが台湾の街並みにも感じるものがあるからだと思いますが、日本以上に狭い路地、ひしめく住宅という姿は、独特の世界観を感じずにはいられません。
Again with NATURA 1600 in a FUJIFILM CLASSE W from my trip to Taiwan in 2017. I had wanted to go back to Taiwan because it is close to Japan and relatively inexpensive, but COVID-19 made it impossible for me to go here as well. I had not uploaded any of the photos I took with film, but when I look back at them this way, I realize that Taiwan and film go together very well. I think it is because Taiwanese cityscapes are similar to those of the Showa period (1926-1989 in Japan), but I cannot help but feel a unique worldview in the narrow alleys and crowded houses, which are even narrower than in Japan.
今は無き富士フイルム NATURA 1600フィルムによるハワイです。ハワイっぽいといってもヤシの並びだけですね・・・。 あんまりハワイはまた行きたい場所として上がってはいません。街が日本人に慣れすぎていて、メニューで日本語が書いてあったりというのには、少々ゲンナリするのです（日本人が多く行く場所だから現地の努力は理解しています）。日本人が行きやすい場所ということはよくわかりましたが、もう少し日本語、日本人控えめな場所の方が僕的には旅行感出て気分があがります。
This is a Hawaii shot using the now defunct FUJIFILM NATURA 1600 film. The only thing that looks like Hawaii is the rows of palms…. Hawaii is not on my list of places I would like to visit again. The city is too familiar to the Japanese, and I am a little disappointed when I see Japanese on menus (I understand the local effort, because this is a place where many Japanese people go). I understand that it is an easy place for Japanese people to visit, but I would feel more excited to visit a place with a little less Japanese language and less Japanese people.