This lyric video is specially made by Japanese Artist Kanoko Takaya and her friend the photographer Sharon Angelina. The clay as a medium gives a narration about ‘love’ itself that can be changing to different forms but the essence of the love is still the same.

In this video, Kanoko represents ‘love’ as a creature that can change into different forms. Kokoro and Hohono-chan. In the Japanese language, Kokoro means heart and Hohono-chan is a flower called Lantana Camara in the Hawaiian language.

No matter how short, how painful, or how beautiful your love story is. Love is still love, the love that makes us smile while thinking about someone, crazily with them or even doing crazy things for them. Express it because it’s a part of love.