The differential and total cross sections were measured for the γp → ηp and γd → ηpn reactions at Eγ ≤ 1150 MeV by using an electro-magnetic (EM) calorimeter SCISSORS II at the Laboratory of Nuclear Science (LNS), Tohoku University. The total cross section on the deuteron shows a bump around Eγ = 1 GeV, while no bump is observed in the same energy region of that on the proton. This bump is attributed to be a nucleon resonance excited from the neutron, and it is a candidate of anti-decuplet penta-quark baryons with hidden strangeness. It was difficult, however, to detect all the γ's coming from η decay since the solid angle of SCISSORS II was only 12.6% in total. Statistics of the detected η produced events is poor and systematic uncertainty of the obtained cross section is not small due to low acceptance. A new EM calorimeter complex called FOREST with a solid angle of about 4π sr has been constructed. The spin and parity of the relevant resonance are expected to be determined by the experiments with FOREST.