Zu den Vorteilen, in Tokyo zu wohnen zähle ich eindeutig die vielen Kunstausstellungen, die man hier tagtäglich findet. Manche sind kostenlos, andere verlangen, vor allem im Vergleich zu europäischen Museen, eine Menge Eintrittsgeld. Dabei bin ich auch immer wieder überrascht, dass sich trotz des hohen Eintrittspreises immer wieder Schlangen vor den Museen bilden (wie damals, … Mehr From New York to Tokyo – Street Photography
A few weeks ago some people from my photography class planned a Kimono outing in Kawagoe,- and as I had just learned how to wear a kimono last year, I very much looked forward to this little trip. Kawagoe really turned out to be a great location for taking photos, due to its‘ Edo-style houses … Mehr A Kimono Day in Kawagoe
One of the best vacations I spent traveling in Japan was on Ishigaki island in Okinawa, and in March I had the chance to visit Miyakojima as well, which is a little bit closer to Okinawa’s main island and is said to have the most beautiful beaches in Japan. I actually went there to celebrate … Mehr Miyakojima – Five Days in Paradise
The time between the end of March and beginning of April is a very stressful one for me, since I moved to Tokyo, and there is hardly any time to enjoy the many blooming sakura, then. This is why on my only free weekend day last week I decided to go to Shinjuku, for brunch … Mehr Shinjuku on Film: Brunch and Sakura
It has been a while since my last blog post, as life was (and is) pretty busy, but here are a few photos of one of my photo shoots this year, this time with Chihiro. We went to the old (ish) amusement park „Toshimaen“ in the Nerima district in Tokyo (I blogged about it before … Mehr Back again and a photo shoot in an old amusement park
While I was all relaxed and calm at the beginning of the new year, I feel as if I am running out of time every day at the moment, with work getting very busy (I am recently coming home again very late on weekdays T.T) and my wedding preparations (well, at least those are more … Mehr A Winter Portrait Photo Shoot in Hibiya Park
Although brunching does not seem to be very much known in Japan, yet, today we got up early and had a nice brunch-like breakfast at Mr. Farmer in Gaienmae, one of Tokyo’s hip but cute little neighborhoods. Afterwards we walked to Harajuku, to visit a small Instagram – photo exhibition at Wonder Photo Shop, and … Mehr Street photography in Gaienmae and new camera lens!