Monthly Archive: October, 2013

Shooting a documentary at a traditional Japanese wind chime maker

Life in itself is journey and I have been very fortunate to get on so many journeys for my graduate school project. During the summer, I got to visit a furin maker in… Continue reading

Koishikawa Korakuen Garden – a Japanese Garden in the Middle of Tokyo

I have always love the park and I try to visit somewhere new all the time. Since the weather was quite nice in Tokyo, I decided to go to Koishikawa Korakuen Garden next… Continue reading

Chilling at Canal Cafe in Iidabashi

The weather has been so nice and I want to enjoy it as much as I can before it gets too cold in Tokyo. So today I  grabbed some light lunch and some… Continue reading

Chanel Winter Boots

Have I ever told you that I am the youngest of three boys in the family. When I was born, my gender was the biggest disappointment to my mother. She pretty much raised… Continue reading

Bettei Senjyuan – Autumn in Minakami, Gunma Prefecture

Bettei Senjyuan Hotel is the best choice to stay and see autumn leaves close by Tokyo. I have stayed in many luxury hotels in the countryside of Japan before but this is great.… Continue reading

Studio Ghibli Museum

Before moving to Japan, I have always been a fan of Studio Ghibli and yesterday I finally visited the Ghilbi Museum in Mitaka Tokyo. You can’t buy the ticket at the museum but… Continue reading

Beatifully Braided – tiny things can be so grand

Sometime the most beautiful thing is about attention to the tiniest details. When I visited Hitachi Seaside Park to see red tiny shrubs, my friend thought that I was crazy to go all… Continue reading

Autumn at Hatachi Seaside Park Ibaraki

Autumn is here again  and this year I have decided to start my autumn leaves coverage not on big red and yellow trees but on a tiny red shrub known as Kochia. You… Continue reading

Asama Shrine Tamagawa

Yesterday the typhoon swept across Tokyo and I pretty much stayed inside the entire time. So today I decided to explore somewhere new. On my way to university, I decided to drop by… Continue reading

Tokyo Contemporary Art Museum – Tokujin Yoshioka Crystallize & Bunny Smash

For the long weekend, I was at the Tokyo Contemporary Art Museum for the first time to see the exhibition of Tokujin Yoshioka called Crystallize and another exhibition called Bunny Smash. Let just… Continue reading

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