Nozawaonsen — I bathed under that beautiful roof. The yuruyu (ゆる湯) or, gentle water, into which I had dipped myself was anything but gentle at 44℃. Not to say it wasn’t comforting or warming — it was — but it was approaching the upper bounds of comfort and warmth, just a degree or two below scalding. Next to it was the atsuyu (あつ湯) or, hot water. The water the real men — the farmers from this little village —...
Chuo ward — My travel exploration technique is to walk, walk, walk, and then walk some more. Occasionally with a destination in mind, but usually not. This walk took me to the rather stunning Osaka JR station. L...
Kisarazu — $11 billion for the world’s fourth-longest underwater tunnel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_Bay_Aqua-Line
Architecture as a vessel of memories.
Public onsen roofs
Umihotaru, Tokyo Bay, Aqua-Line
Shogakukan building, since 1967, under reconstruction.
Duotone clouds, Shinjuku.
Hijiri-bashi, sacred bridge.
Last night of vacation, last night in Tokyo. I guess I should get down to ground level.
My mind could have kept me walking for hours, but my feet had something else in mind.
dear eyes, always staring at this landscape, please remember: it's a matter of concrete, lines and empty spaces.
sometime between 1912 and 1926
a ship in the middle of tokyo: every tyme i have to give a look at it.
definitely lyke via prenestina in rome.
Early autumn, mist consumes the SkyTree.
After the "All you need is Love" exhibit we decided to enjoy the view from the top
"a rare example of Japanese-quality architecture in Australia"
Every day, as I step out the door.