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 … More Street photography in Gaienmae and new camera lens!
Last year in November I travelled to Arita in Saga Prefecture in the south of Japan, where I had lived for two years before moving to Tokyo. It somehow still feels like coming home, when visiting this lovely little porcelain town, and I especially enjoyed coming back here in autumn. We saw the 1000 year … More Golden Autumn in Arita
„Be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn, In that case, you should always be a unicorn.“ – Elle Lothlorien The year 2016 was all about learning, – which actually had been one of my New Year’s resolutions last year, but while I meant ‘acquiring new knowledge’ when writing that resolution down, instead I learnt … More 2016 – My year in retrospect
Having lost my photography inspiration lately, I decided the best method to get motivated again was looking at other photographer’s art. Luckily, the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum in Ebisu, which was closed due to renovation for about two years, reopened this year in September. I visited the exhibition „Top Collection: Tokyo, Tokyo and TOKYO“ and … More Getting inspired at the TOP Museum
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas! ————————————————— Nachdem es mal wieder lange nichts von mir zu hören gab (Arbeit, Stress, Leben, fotografische Selbstzweifel, usw. haben dazu geführt, dass zwei Monate unerhört schnell vergangen sind…!), dachte ich, ich müsste mich jetzt, gegen Ende des Jahres doch noch einmal auf dem Blog zurückmelden 😉 Da ich ein … More Weihnachtliche Grüße
Last Friday I went to Shichirigahama beach in Kamakura to celebrate the birthday of a friend. I really love the ocean and the beach, the salty air, the sound of the waves and just having the feeling of taking a small vacation, when being there. But most of all, I am fascinated by its space, … More Creating space
A little while ago I paid a short visit to Nara because of a few business meetings there. I had been there once in 2009 for sightseeing and was excited to be back. While there was not really time to explore Japan’s ancient capital, I was able to go on a short walk, and had … More Nara on film – oh my deer!