We have been conducting an experimental program to study strangeness photoproduc-tions on the deuteron by measuring K0 and Λ in the threshold energy region. The π-π+ from K 0 and π-p from Λ are detected by use of large acceptance magnetic spectrometers. At the first stage of the program, we started with Neutral Kaon Spectrometer (NKS), which consisted of timing counters and tracking devices in the magnetic field. The NKS spectrometer was employed to measure K0 photoproductions from deuteron and carbon target for the first time. A newly constructed spectrometer (NKS2) has been employed for the second stage experiment. It consists of a 110 ton dipole magnet and a combination of detectors. The momentum distributions of K0 and A from γ+d process were observed, and compared with the calculations based on the isobar models. The NKS2 spectrometer has been upgraded by installing a three dimensional tracking device in the central region. This improvement enables to explore the simultaneous measurement of the K0-A with reasonable statistics.