Ich saß also in diesem Cafe, Bali Buda, neben mir „Der Schatten des Windes“, ein Roman, den ich schon seit Ewigkeiten lesen wollte, und die Postkarten, die noch auf Urlaubsgrüße und Adressenbeschriftungen warteten. Die Sonne schien, aber hier im Schatten, und mit der angenehmen Brise, die durch das offene Cafe zog, war es angenehm kühl. … Mehr Balinesische Urlaubsgedanken
Im Juni war ich beinahe komplett ausgebrannt. Die Anzahl der Überstunden nahmen wieder zu und an den Wochenenden verbrachte ich Stunden damit, meinen Lebenslauf (dreisprachig) zu überarbeiten, das perfekte Anschreiben auf meinem Laptop zu formulieren und mich online durch Jobangebote zu klicken. Draußen regnete es, manchmal mehrere Tage am Stück und die Luft wurde dichter, … Mehr Recharging my batteries in Karuizawa
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
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!
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 … Mehr Golden Autumn in Arita
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 … Mehr Nara on film – oh my deer!