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Takayama: Day 2

Takayama: Day 2

Our second day took us to the Shinhotaka Ropeway where we were treated to some spectacular views of the Northern Alps and a fantastic ropeway (tram) ride that took us to 2,200 meters. The mountains were already covered with a thick layer of snow and the frigid air was absolutely wonderful after the extra-long summer and...
Honeymoon Location 1: Takayama

Honeymoon Location 1: Takayama

Our first stop on our Japanese honeymoon was a lovely Ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) called Wanosato. I cannot say enough wonderful things about the setting and above all, the people who pampered us. We were treated like royalty and ate better than I have at any point in my life. Our dinners ranged from shabu-shabu...
Snow on Mt. Oyama

Snow on Mt. Oyama

For a while now, I’d been wanting to take another hike in the nearby Tanzawa range, but having other things to do and not having a hiking buddy available kept getting in the way. Luckily, my friend Nicole had a friend, Pat, visiting from the States and my usual hiking partner (when Toni’s out of...
Todoroki Ravine - Tokyo

Todoroki Ravine – Tokyo

I went on a photo walk this past weekend with my friend and in his capacity that day, teacher, Alfie Goodrich (of Japanorama.co.uk). There were a couple other students on the walk as well and we all had a great time capturing the changing leaves in a lovely wooded ravine in Todoroki, Tokyo. Alfie is...
Views of Fuji-san

Views of Fuji-san

One of my favorite subjects anywhere to shoot is mountains. Here in Japan, we have no shortage of the things and a great deal of them have that lovely, classic volcano look to them. Especially when they stand alone as Fuji-san does. It’s the most famous, tallest and most holy mountain in all of Japan...
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