HinOTORI is one of projects in Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center, Hiroshima University to build a new robotic three colours simultaneous imager in Tibet. A main purpose of this imager is to reveal an activity of transient objects. Together with other facilities such as Kanata telescope and MITSuME telescopes, we are establishing a world wide continous monitoring network of transient objects. Firstlight performed in 2017.
Transient objects include Super Novae, Gamma Ray Bursters and others. Especially, we are aiming to discover and follow up an unknown optical counterpart of the gravitational wave emitters which is expected to be found several events per a year in the next generation gravitational wave experiment era such as KAGRA.