The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan
Sansai Mountain Vegetables
A few months back Tenkara Fisher published this great interview with Kazuya Shimoda. Kazuya talked a lot about headwaters Tenkara deep withinRead more.
Ogawayama – A Rock Climber’s Paradise
Deep in the mountains on the Nagano-Yamaniashi prefectural borders lies a paradise that must be seen to be believed. TheRead more.
Japan – Photobucket II
It has been a hot minute since I last did a Photobucket post (9 weeks to be exact) and nowRead more.
A Day on the Otaba River – 大丹波川
As I reflect back on the three days I spent in the Kanto Mountain Range (関東山脈) the highlight for meRead more.
Blue and White Flycatcher オオルリ
The mountains of Japan are a natural aviary, the perfect rest stop for migratory birds. The オオルリ(Oruri) also known as the BlueRead more.
Spring Rock Climbing In Ogawayama
I visited Ogawayama in the fall last year. The place is absolutely massive with a lifetime of rock climbing littered throughoutRead more.
Postfly Box Review
Over the past few months my fly collection had become dangerously depleted. On one trip alone I lost eight fliesRead more.
Deep in the mountains of the Tanzawa Oyama Quasi-National Park surrounded by tall mountains shrouded in Japanese cedar, Hinoki cypress, Japanese mountainRead more.
Scouting the Headwater of the Yozukugawa
I recently had heard a rumor that there was an outdoor shop that stocked hand-made Tenkara rods in Yokosuka. The onlyRead more.
Back in July my friend Junpei asked me if I wanted to go to a Japanese music festival on Hachijojima, aRead more.
Last week I came across an interesting article in my Twitter feed from the good folks at Hatch Magazine. Tenkara castingRead more.