Posts Tagged ‘Lucky Super 200’

Araha

Araha

This place has wormed its way into my bloodstream. I have sat in the sand reading and


A Sunday on Film

A Sunday on Film

I’ll admit I’ve been on a bit of a photography hiatus lately. It happens. And it’s a fairly deliberate hiatus, as I have a rather large non-photography endeavor before me that requires my attention and my focus. Having received a PhD in Procrastination, it’s important I practice some restraint and learn about this thing called […]


Forcing Blossoms

Forcing Blossoms

Since Seoul has refused to cooperate this year, and winter has refused to release its icy deathgrip, I’m going to take a lesson from my mother and do some forcing. Every year around this time,


Weekend

Weekend

It’s the weekend! Omote-sando :: on Film


Izakaya

Izakaya

Izakaya are traditional Japanese pubs, often small and intimate, cozy and comfortable. Drinks are served with small dishes that are shared with your table. My first authentic izakaya experience in Tokyo was with two Frenchmen at a spectacular and sophisticated hole in the wall in Ebisu. Literally. We walked up to a wall, they pushed […]


Bestill my heart

Bestill my heart

Tokyo, you are pretty dreamy. I love you any time of day, but you are especially magical at night. Omote-sando on Film


Nakameguro

Nakameguro

Last weekend I discovered a little slice of heaven in Tokyo: Nakameguro. A quiet, treelined canal dotted with shops and boutiques, caf├ęs and bistros. We found a cafe along the canal, where we dined on potato wedges and cold beers as the sun dipped behind the rooftops and the crickets begged the evening on. Not […]


Quiet and yet so bright

Quiet and yet so bright

Sunday Night on Film :: Daikanyama, Tokyo