I finally got around to editing the photos from my trip to Oita earlier this year. Here is Nakatsu castle.
A little while ago when I lived in Mihara in Hiroshima I had the opportunity to see a beautiful sunset.
Last May a friend of mine (Audrey) from Australia came to Fukuoka and we had a chance to meet up
Ikedaya Incident The Ikedaya Incident, in which members of the Shinsengumi attacked and killed anti-Tokugawa activists thwarting their supposed plans
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
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
Last summer I went to Beppu for a few days. Unfortunately as the trip drew closer Kyushu was hit by
During the ‘isolation period’ of Japan also known as the Edo Period a few nations were still allowed to trade
While I was living in Kumamoto one of things I really wanted to do is visit the cave Musashi Miyamoto
Happy Thursday! I’m going to start posting some new blogs which only focus on my photography. Articles are great but
A couple of weeks ago I visited Raizan Sennyoji in Itoshima. Itoshima is a nice little country suburb a little
Miyamoto Musashi Died On June 13, 1645. Considered one of the greatest samurai of all time, Miyamoto Musashi’s reputation has
Miyajidake sits in the northern region of Fukutsu city about 1 hour from central Fukuoka. It is famous for the
I haven’t done a post for a while about one of my favourite Ukiyo-e print series. So lets have a
I visited Shiga back in 2016 in January. I was expecting it to be cold but I was pleasantly surprised
I had a day off today and it wasn’t raining so I decided to visit Lafcadio Hearn’s residence just down
This article was originally going to be included in the ‘History of Aki (Hiroshima) Prefecture’ but as this article has