The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan
The Tanzawa Mountains in Japan are a blessing and here’s why. Tokyo is the largest city in the world inRead 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.
Iwana, a beautiful and colorfully spotted char, is mostly a landlocked fish due to the multitude of dams and weirsRead more.
I have numerous things on my “to-do” list while living in Japan. For example, I’ve skied Japan’s famous powder and I’ve gottenRead more.
A Brief Exploration of the Lower Yozukukawa
I hadn’t been in Japan for a month when I went on my first keiryu (japanese for mountain stream) fishingRead more.
The Headwaters of the Tama River
Day 2 Part I – Exploring the Headwaters of the Tama River The sun woke me up right around 5:30am.Read more.
The Japanese word 幽玄 (pronounced Yūgen), loosely translated means “subtle and profound” but is used in a sentence to express the suddenRead 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.
Climbing The Mountain Of Death
On the edge of Gunma and Niigata Prefecture lies an area that many refer to as “Little Alaska”. While thereRead more.
Climbing Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic mountains in the world. The summit is only 100km from the largestRead more.
Before I moved to Japan my wife’s Grandma emailed me an article about a tiny island, way out in the oceanRead more.
Headwaters Tenkara Fishing Near Tokyo
With my new sawanobori gear fresh out of the packaging I was itching to get out and break them in. ThereRead more.