I can’t believe that February has gone by so quickly. I’ve been busy preparing for the opening of my new
The end of this semester is nearly here. I have no lessons today but I still have to be here
The DR30 Skyline is one of the most iconic cars in the 1980s. This restored DR30 looks like it just
This is one of my favourite temple regions and it is a World Heritage Site to boot. You will need
Mysterious Kunisaki Peninsula, Oita Prefecture, Kyushu The Kunisaki Peninsula in Oita is one of those rare regions in Japan that
I finally got around to editing the photos from my trip to Oita earlier this year. Here is Nakatsu castle.
Now for the final photos of the cars on track. Took a little while to process them but I’m excited
Pictorial of my pit walk from the Super GT race in Autopolis 2019. Captions added. Photos by Stuart
I went to Autopolis last weekend to watch the Autobacs SuperGT race. It was a great day despite being really
Last May a friend of mine (Audrey) from Australia came to Fukuoka and we had a chance to meet up
RevSpeed magazine had it’s first track day at Autopolis for this year. Autopolis is a great circuit in the mountains
If you’re a fan of Japanese history as I am I strongly suggest you visit the National Museum in Sakura
Thankyou to the new people who have followed me. I hope you can enjoy Japan as much as I do.
Yoshinogari is a a large moated town from the Yayoi Period (300BC-300AD). The Yoshinogari Yayoi ruins were found in 1986
Spring is here and it’s car show season in Japan. I haven’t done this before but I’m going to showcase
I have been to the Sapporo Beer factory a few times but the mission was always to eat as much
I visited Akizuki castle ruins last Thursday. It was a nice drive from Fukuoka. The region of Asakura city quite
I have a new article on Taiken Japan. https://taiken.co/single/hakata-ori-experiencing-the-traditional-weaving-of-fukuoka/ This is about the famous silk weaving traditionally from Hakata. Enjoy.
It’s been a little while since I reviewed a ukiyo-e print so here we go. This print is from the
A few years ago I wrote about the history of Kendo. I recently updated the post and submitted it as