Climates II (Japan) tells a story of the relationship we have with Climates – milieux humains (Fûdo in Japanese). Following discussions with the volcanologist Patrick Allard, a researcher at the Globe Institute in Paris, I went to the Kyushu region and photographed volcanoes, both in laboratories and in the sites of Sakurajima and Aso San. Then I photographed the city of Beppu and around, where geothermal energy is particularly visible. This photographic ensemble forms a narrative in which a human figure and his landscape are connected (Fûdo). The geothermal renewable energy that characterizes the Nippon archipelago is at the heart of the subject.