The photobook will show two different sides of the Kamen Rider Zero-One actor.
Shuya Sunagawa’s first photo book will be named BASE, and will include photos taken in Okinawa and Tokyo, both of which Sunagawa considers his hometowns. The Okinawa photos of Sunagawa will show the “true expressions” unique to the locale, while the Tokyo photos will have a completely different look, showing his actor side. An interview with Sunagawa about his work as an actor and his private life will also be recorded for the book.
Sunagawa portrayed Kamen Rider Horobi in Kamen Rider Zero-One, which just finished airing this past August.
According to Sunagawa, “I’m very happy to publish my first photo book! Thanks to everyone who has supported me. This photo book is my starting point and will be a collection of photos taken in my two ‘bases’ as I grow: Okinawa and Tokyo. In Okinawa, you can express the inner you that is surrounded by your favorite things, whereas in Tokyo you are in work mode. I think I was able to portray that. I would be happy if you could take away some feelings about the environments and locations that raised me.”
Alongside the release of the book, Wanibooks, which will be publishing the photobook, will be holding bookstore commemoration events for its release.
BASE will be released on February 3.