Ah, Japan. The one country in the
world I keep coming back to and always find something new.
The westernmost tip of the main island Honshu.
Shown: Footpath in Shukkeien Garden, Hiroshima
The vast national parks of Japan's northernmost island.
Shown: Gnarled pines at Lake Mashuko
The rugged Japan Sea coast and its hidden jewels.
tea pavilion in Higashi-chayamachi, Kanazawa
Osaka, Kobe, Kyôto and Nara all rolled into one.
Sky Building, Osaka
The eastern half of the main island of Honshu, excluding Tokyo.
Shown: Dinner at a Japanese hotel in Kinugawa
The smallest and most rural of the main Japanese islands.
Shown: Camping in the Iya Valley
The mountainous northwest of the main island of Honshu.
Shown: Monks in procession at Osorezan Temple
The spine of Japan, a land of snow-capped mountains and hot springs.
Shown: Outdoor bath, Shin-Hotaka, Hida-Takayama
The capital of Japan and my hometown of 4 years.
Shown: A few of the many bright lights of Shinjuku
Arts and sports from all over Japan.
Shown: Miniature statue of boddhisattva Jizô (Ksitigarbha)
Jani 2 Japan
...or, crappy pics with my very first digital camera.
Weeks 1-15 and 23 do not exist.
|Week 16: Digital
First Experiments, Kamakura
|Week 17: Pottering Around|
|Week 18: Strong Sun Moon|
|Week 19: Hedonistic Zen Monk
Matsushima, Kinkazan,Midlands, Dewa Sanzan,People
|Week 20: Conquering Mt. Fuji|
|Week 21: Tokyo Hyperdrive|
|Week 22: Nikko|
|Week 24: Atami|
|Week 25: Last Views of Tokyo|
|Week 26: Kansai Tour|
|Week 27: S-Urge/Telttakylä|
|Week 28: Otaniemi, Finland|