Kamakura — Let’s just say Fingerface Palmieri wasn’t leaving this mountain without making coffee. He had a crazed look in his eyes. Said he had “carried” fire all the way up the mountain and, good lord, he wasn’t going to “carry” it down, too. Said some sweet angel called Eiko taught him how to do this, and how this had become a life-defining act: diving a dark, rich nectar high above ancient Kamakura. Like...
Kamakura — Here we have the little immobile brewmobile of Idobata1, named after the Yagō2 in Zushi to which our friendly proprietor retires after a long day of slow brews for slower-moving visitors from Connecti...
Kamakura — Shonan is the small place that can escape from Tokyo. I played truant from the work of the afternoon on that day; and went to Enoshima. It’s the time required for people who live in a city, to keep a...
Shonan is the small place that can escape from Tokyo.
There's a secret inside.
In the bowels of Buddha
Close up pour
Because of course, more coffee
Truck stop coffee
Inside a Buddha
Amal and Craig go to Kamakura.
The mountain pour
Anything for coffee
Sensei and family
Zen breakfast, literally and figuratively.
Kengo Kuma built a house in Kamakura for a friend; it's not listed anywhere and it's beautiful!
Everything tastes better with friend - in Kamakura.
Silent stone Buddha, Eyes shut to this passing world, Deafening silence
The tengu retires to his home after a hard day at the festival.