The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan
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.
Every February I start getting excited, and begin eagerly making plans for the March 1st opening day of Keiryu (mountain stream)Read 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.
Climbing Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic mountains in the world. The summit is only 100km from the largestRead more.
So you’re thinking about visiting Japan? While I’m certainly no expert at all things Japan, I have learned a thingRead more.
Masayuki Yamano Bamboo
A Year Learning from a Japanese Bamboo Craftsman a.k.a. Wazao Shokunin I first met Masayuki Yamano in September of 2016 atRead more.
Tenkara Fly Fishing, Off Piste Skiing, and Nihon Kawanezumi This week started out with one last ski tour before the end of the ’15/’16Read more.
A Day on Ogusugawa
In the mid-Atlantic region of the United States you would be surprised what you can find exploring the little blue linesRead more.
Katashina, Gunma Prefecture – Japan I have come to Katashina region of Japan every season since I moved here. ItRead more.
Discover Tenkara Review
If you have spent any time in the Tenkara community you have most likely heard of Discover Tenkara. Whether itRead more.
It has been just over a month since I have wet a fly. The last trip was a doozy thoughRead more.