Heat in Tokyo these days. I don’t feel like going out at all. Even under that kind of weather condition, Shinjuku will be always crowded as below.
Cherry blossom season was already over when I visited Kyoto in the end of this April. If flowers are not available… may be something green? I took a train to the west part of Kyoto around Arashiyama, where many people expect for bamboo bushes. Avoiding […]
People who’ve never been to Kyoto will definitely expect for something really traditional Japanese, for example, temples. However, since I’ve been there several times, this time, I tried to focus on a scene with people in Kyoto both tourists and locals. Tourists – […]
Kyotographie, an international festival of photography has started from today in Kyoto, Japan. My photograph above is joining the “KG+“, one of the satellite events of the festival. KG+ incorporates several exhibitions and my piece is taking part in the Einstein Studio Prints whose […]
I loved the interior of the State Library of Victoria. Its classic furniture and atmosphere… amazing. I even found some tables for chess and there were some people really playing it there. Libraries in Japan are just… libraries. May be it is practical for visitors […]
I needed to breathe in some “fresh air” abroad. Last year, I was too busy with work and could not find out any time to fix a trip abroad… and in late February, I visited Melbourne and Sydney, Australia for ten days. Melbourne was full […]