Japan has a lot of themed cafes and restaurants. It seems like the very first place I would be interested in (aside from a cat cafe) would be the
Japan loves cats. How could I not love this country? I know you’ve seen some of these before but I’m tossing them back in here anyway.
I’ve written about food a lot, I know. I kinda like food. Japan has many wonderful food offerings but there’s definitely a dark side to food where Japan is
Tokyo Edition! I still have so many images to share from Japan. Let’s get right to it.
This post could be called many things: The Oni Cafe, The Best People in the World Live in Onishi (and/or Read this Blog), Why Wasn’t I Born a Japanese
Today is my first full day in Renkum, Holland. I was greeted at the nearby train station by the residency concierge, Josien Jonegan, who graciously gave me a ride
This one’s for you Rosalie! Japan has an obsession with cute. Like… really really has an obsession with cute. In Japanese the word for cute is “kawaii” and there’s
Meet the Watanabes. They are adorable. Actually they are the epitome of adorable Japanese people. I describe them as a 70 year old couple placed (not trapped) in late
Things are coming to a close here and I have very mixed feelings about it. Ryder is finally here so I’m really happy. I have two and a half
My wife forced me to come to Japan. The first day was, like, 27 hours of waiting surrounded by people. I woke up at 3:30 AM on Sunday and
Ok, ok. I’ll show you the sumi-e work I’ve been doing… but prepare to be underwhelmed. I’m going to contrast it with the work of my instructor, Sanae Aiba,
Holy crap. Here it is. A little info about the work: My initial idea was to make sculptures of everyday objects that have cameras on them, such as bumpers,