This was the last sunrise of 2017.
The clouds hide Mt. Fuji. It was freezing and I lost all feeling in my fingers, lips, nose, and toes by the time I took this shot.
We got up before dawn in the hopes of witnessing Mt. Fuji turn peek in the last sunrise of 2017, but our plan failed.
The clouds never opened up enough to see Mt. Fuji.
And that’s the last sunrise of 2017 in Japan.
Have a great 2018!
Sunset on December 30th, 2017.
Last month my friends and I became ghostbusters.
Our first mission sent us into the “Mysterious Apartment”, a dilapidated apartment said to be haunted by an Evil Spirit. Several had gone missing inside over the years. According to the laminated newspaper article, their bodies were never found.
We were introduced to our fellow team members upon arrival, and our team leader explained the rules. We had only an hour to solve the mystery, after that the Evil Spirit would claim our souls for eternity.
With the clock ticking, we set to work…
This is my harrowing story of survival against the forces of Darkness in the Urban Legend Escape Room in Asakusa…
What a great way to start 2018. I just checked my page and saw I now have 200 followers on this wordpress. I never imagined I’d have 20 let alone 200.
Best of all, it happened right before the New Year’s!
Thank you all so much!
Looking forward to sharing 2018 with ya’ll and reading all your posts as well.
Twas’ the last of the autumn days when my friend and his wife from Scotland came to visit. He’s an engineer with a love of the physics of drainage. I’m a science major with a curiosity about physics. Together we nerded out on how drainage works at Japanese temples and shrines.
If that’s not your thing, then just enjoy the beautiful autumn shots of Kamakura …
It was pouring this weekend in November when my friend and I arrived to Ikebukuro. After two hours of karaoke, we wanted to eat and Ikebukuro (near Otome Road) is loaded with theme cafes. Continue reading
These are the main events that have defined my life so far, even if one sounds ripped out of a Hallmark Movie…
This was happening outside the train station near my home…
It’s not that Japanese are converting to Christianity, but they are falling in love with Christmas and carving out their own unique traditions — from caroling to Christmas illumination to food.
This is my list of How To CHRISTMAS in Japan: