Life Moves On
My last few weeks in Japan were full of adventures, parties, packing, and goodbyes. I had little time for the website, and upon getting to Nepal I’ve been without internet and unable to post anything new. So, before I start posting about Nepal, I have a few pictures from my last few days in Japan.
ISO 500 f/4 1/6
A wet hike to the top of Takachiho Mountain. The clouds parted as we reached the first shrine.
ISO 1000 f/7.1 1/8
After finally reaching the top of Takachiho Mountain (soaking wet and cold) it was time for some coffee.
ISO 1000 f/7.1 1/25 BW
After making it to the bottom of the mountain and going to the coin laundry to dry our clothes we stopped for lunch in Miyazaki.
ISO 1000 f/7.1 1/20
Chicken Nanban lunch set, Miyazaki’s famous food.
ISO 1000 f/7.1 1/60
We made it to the bottom of the mountain!
ISO 640 f/10 1/250
Daisuke and I in front of my apartment showing off my new tattoo, 一期一会
ISO 800 f/6.3 0.3
My last night in Saga, spent with some of the best friends I have.
ISO 1000 f/6.3 1/20
The old Temiya Line in Otaru, Japan. Part of the Horonai Railway, Hokkaido’s first railway.
ISO 1000 f/6.3 1/13
Otaru is famous for its sushi, some of the best in the world. Try some at Fuji Zushi.
ISO 500 f/13 1/800
In Kamakura, Japan you can find one of the most famous icons of Japan at Kōtoku-in.
ISO 500 f/13 1/500
The Great Buddha is made completely out of bronze and weighs approximately 102.5 tons.
ISO 500 f/20 1/800
Mt. Fuji piercing the clouds. My first time seeing Mt. Fuji after living in Japan for 2.5 years.
ISO 500 f/13 1/50
The entrance to Enoshima Shrine on Enoshima Island in Kanagawa, Japan.
ISO 500 f/13 1/250
Sunset over the Tama River.
ISO 500 f/10 1.6
The view over the Tama river at sunset. One of the last pictures during my time in Japan.