The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan

Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas from Japan! Just a quick post to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a happy Holiday season!
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Hakone
West of Tokyo lies the mountain town of Hakone. Hakone is located in the heart of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and
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Iris River – Carp On The Fly
The Iris River, is a tributary to the mighty Arakawa River that forms the northern border of Tokyo. I discovered this
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headwaters, frog
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. There
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Discover Tenkara Review
If you have spent any time in the Tenkara community you have most likely heard of Discover Tenkara. Whether it
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Kadoya Outdoor Shop
Recently I wrote about The Breakfast Club, which is one of my favorite bars in Yokosuka. While the Breakfast Club
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The Black Ship Festival
Every year the city of Shimoda, near the tip of Izu Peninsula (and the location for my recent Tenkara Amago
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Kamakura Alps
Miura Peninsula is the location of the southernmost suburbs of Tokyo, the most populated city in the entire world! However, Miura Peninsula is
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sasakune village, doshi river, tenkara, fishing
Doshi River at the Sasakune Village
The weather last week was absolutely spectacular. Low humidity, temps in the mid 70’s, and lots of sunshine. It felt like
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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 flow
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yamabirugawa, yamame, trout, tenkara, fishing, mountains, keiryu
Yamabirugawa
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 gotten
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Discovering the Yanagisawa River 柳沢川
Day 2 Part II If you missed Day 2 Part I check it out here After a long drive up and
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Welcome to Fallfish Tenkara – a collection of my tales of adventure in Japan. I have compiled it for two reasons: one, to have a venue for my artistic side; and two, to provide information and inspiration for those looking to travel and/or live in the magical country of Japan.