The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan
Honryu – A Tale Of A Remote Japanese River Valley
According to Keiichi Okushi’s interview on Tenkara Fisher a honryu is “When two or more of the rivers are joined, the flowRead more.
Akiyamago 秋山郷 On the western flank of Mount Naeba there are twelve tiny villages that are tucked into a rugged andRead more.
Japan – Photobucket III (& random musings)
Japan Photobuckets I & II (random musings below) Water Cuisine Temples & Shrines Flora & Fauna Note: GodzillaRead more.
Epidote Creek 緑簾石小川
Last week I wrote a post about visiting Japan. If you are a Tenkara angler, Epidote Creek is THE reason why youRead more.
Mizusawa River – A Keiryū Near Tokyo
Fallfish Tenkara explores Mizusawa River, a small mountain stream near Tokyo, and finds a beautiful creek teeming with small YamameRead more.
Today is a short post to to share the work of a talented artist that I recently discovered named Yasunari Murakami. LikeRead more.
谷太郎川 (The TaniTaro River)
A month or so ago I was sitting at home pouring over maps. I was looking for new water toRead more.
Aokigahara (青木ヶ原) is a relatively small forest on the northwest flank of Mount Fuji. It is more commonly known as theRead more.
Before I moved to Japan my wife’s Grandma emailed me an article about a tiny island, way out in the oceanRead more.
Tenkara Action on the Doshi River 道志川
Last week the weather was pretty nasty. Tropical Storm Haishen pushed high winds, lots of rain, and even a littleRead more.
Finishing My Bamboo Tenkara Rod (and Some Phenomenal Skiing)
A few weeks ago I wrote a guest article for Discover Tenkara about the bamboo rod Go Ishii and IRead more.