I recently realized that I’ve been using my smartphone to take pictures and have barely touched my camera. I love photography as a hobby but I feel like I’ve lost my photography mojo ever since my work hours increased. It’s easy to become complacent when you wake up every day to the same routine. Having a stable job isn’t enough to […]
First of all, please be reminded that this is NOT sponsored. I used my own Amazon Gift Card to purchase this product which I got from Christmas last year. A camera bag that doesn’t look like a camera bag? After a year of using this camera bag, I finally decided to write a review about it. This […]
This was shot with natural light during the Zombie Walk in Yoyogi Park. The typical season for roses in Japan is between May and July. In Tokyo however, the peak bloom time is mid to late May.
Bumped into this shameless man several times taking photos of himself with his selfie stick while touring Meiji Shrine. This post is part of my Weekly Japan Photo Series. If you like my photographs, you can also follow me on Instagram.
The Great Buddha is a famous icon in Kamakura. Made from copper and constructed in 1252, the Japanese government designated it as a National Treasure and a priceless example of the Japanese historical Buddhist art. This post is part of my Weekly Japan Photo Series. If you like my photographs, you can also follow me […]
Unlike other types of cherry blossoms, yaezakura are strong and aren’t easily blown away by the wind. Yaezakura have large flowers with thick pink petals. They bloom 3 to 4 weeks later than most five-petal variety of cherry blossoms. This post is part of my Weekly Japan Photo Series. If you like my photographs, […]
Sarubobo means “baby monkey” and is a popular souvenir and amulet of the Hida Region. Sarubobo dolls are also available in different colors associated with different charms or wishes. Blue sarubobo – for luck in study and work Pink sarubobo – for luck in love Green sarubobo – for luck in health Yellow sarubobo – […]