Cat Cafe, Asakusa Neko-en, in the Asakusa district in Tokyo, Japan. The woman who owns this place is a sweetheart and makes me you feel at home. There are also a couple of ramen shops on the same street. Not to mention the excellent view of the Tokyo Sky Tree.
Something breath-taking that I was able to photograph on my trip to Japan last year, the Daibutsu or “giant Buddha” at Kōtoku-in in Kamakura. It was so spiritual and so serene to be in the presence of a daibutsu, this large of a scale. It was an unexpected, yet truly memorable part of my trip. Kamakura… Continue reading The Great Buddha
Sometimes things are farther than they are appear to be, but it doesn’t mean it’s not within your reach. Because I could see the Tokyo Sky Tree from our hotel in Asakusa, I decided that it was definitely walking distance (which isn’t really the best conclusion when it’s the tallest building in Japan). I can’t… Continue reading Man Can Create Beauty.
I’m the WORST at blogging. It’s past midnight, deep into the twilight hours & I’ve been feeling inspired today to be productive but life happens & I had to get myself to work. It was my friends’ birthday today, errr yesterday, errr even more into the past depending on the time zone. My friend June… Continue reading Always NOM.
I suppose the only way I will actually post more is if I set smaller goals. After my trip to Japan, I decided I would go through & edit ALL my photos before any is set free into the interwebz. Bad idea? Yes. After spending too much time tending to matters I thought mattered, such… Continue reading Japon.
On board Singapore Airlines, on a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. If what the Mayans say is true and we will only make it to twenty-one days this December, I will glad I did make it to Tokyo. Japan, the country of a culture I once obsessed over all throughout high school and then… Continue reading In Flight.