Yuki Saito joined NHK in 2006. He was initially based at a regional station in the city of Kochi, where he worked mainly on documentaries about people and nature. Since 2011, he has been based in Tokyo, where he directs programs about culture and welfare. He is currently working on a travelogue series that takes viewers on a journey around the world. Saito's standout projects include documentaries about Japan's Niyodo River, a floating village on Cambodia's Tonle Sap lake, international responses to the Fukushima nuclear accident, and the MIT Media Lab.
The Niyodo River - A Synfony in Blue
sh:z Audience Award 2013