The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan

It has been awhile since I last put together a flies article. Here I have compiled a few of my
Fujigoko (富士五湖), or Fuji Five Lakes in English, is a Japanese national treasure of exquisite and unbelievable beauty. My two
aokigahara
Aokigahara (青木ヶ原) is a relatively small forest on the northwest flank of Mount Fuji. It is more commonly known as the
It was the hottest recorded summer this year in Japan, so much so that besides a brief foray into the
In the mid-Atlantic region of the United States you would be surprised what you can find exploring the little blue lines
I have always met the end of the mountain stream fishing season here in Japan with a bit of wistfulness.
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 Blue
Day 2 Part II If you missed Day 2 Part I check it out here After a long drive up and
When I was younger I had no concept of time, I thought I would be young forever. My first real
On the way home from my recent fishing trip in Nagano, my buddy and I stopped in at a locally
The craftsmanship of Japanese artisans is extraordinary - a fact known to many but one that has become more apparent to
headwaters, frog
With my new sawanobori gear fresh out of the packaging I was itching to get out and break them in. There

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.