Hiroji Kubota: Photographer

Hiroji Kubota Anshan was the center of steel production even before the Liberation, however the facilities are old with serious problems in productivity and pollution. Anshan, China. 1981. © Hiroji Kubota | Magnum Photos
Hiroji Kubota Kai Tak Airport was said to be the most difficult in the world for taking off and landing. With the new airport at Chek Lap Kok now open, Kai Tak has been closed. Hong Kong. 1996. © Hiroji Kubota | Magnum Photos
Hiroji Kubota 'Children's Union' celebration for Kim Il Sung's birthday. Pyongyang, North Korea. 1987. © Hiroji Kubota | Magnum Photos
Hiroji Kubota Kim Chaek Ironworks, the largest ironworks in North Korea, with an estimated annual production capacity of 2.5 million tons. A huge billboard showing the late president, Kim Il Sung, peering into a (...)
Hiroji Kubota USA. Wonded Knee, South Dakota. 1990. December 1990 was the 100th anniversary of the massacre at Wounded Knee. These Indians are traveling to the grave site to honor the members of the Sioux tribe (...)