Tag Archives: Japan


Tokyo and the Elusive Mt. Fuji

He knows I don’t speak Japanese from the episode a few seconds ago when trying to buy my ticket upon entering the bus, but Japanese bus drivers are the utmost professionals. They have their rituals […]

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Hiroshima and Miyajima

Not much in the way of photography was done in Hiroshima, so it’s just an account of a place that had a profound effect on me, just like, I would guess, anyone who has ever […]

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Kyushu – Summer Rains and Volcanoes

I feel more like I’m travelling on an aeroplane as I sit here 3 abreast onboard a Shinkansen train, on Japan’s high-speed rail network. I look up and see on the readout that I’m being […]

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