Hadasu, a Japanese farming and fishing village near their home.
Keita Hanai and Winifred Bird in a house that Keita built.
Gardens provide much of the produce for residents of the community.
Sitting in a kotatsu, a table with a heating unit below.
Mujin-hanbai, a produce station run on the honor system.
A typical way of preserving fish is to dehydrate them.
Nachi Katsura, a town near the author’s home.
Visit the Japanese countryside in November or December, and you will see strings of deep orange persimmons drying under the eaves of farmhouses.