The Adventures Of A Tenkara Fanatic Living In Japan

River Walk Magazine

River Walk Magazine

At the emphatic suggestion from a good friend of mine I headed up to Yokohama with my son to check out a soup curry restaurant ...
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Tenkara USA Ito Unboxing

Tenkara USA Ito Unboxing

From my balcony I can see Tokyo Bay, which is one of the top 10 busiest ports in the world. Millions of tons of cargo ...
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fish market

Tokyo Fish Market

The Tokyo Fish Market is a must see destination for anyone visiting Tokyo. It is located in the special ward of Chuo, and is also ...
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Iris River - Carp On The Fly

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 river when perusing through Tokyo ...
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A Day on Ogusugawa

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 lines on a map. When I ...
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Sugegasa

Sugegasa

On the way home from my recent fishing trip in Nagano, my buddy and I stopped in at a locally made goods shop. I was ...
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Katashina

Katashina

Katashina, Gunma Prefecture - Japan I have come to Katashina region of Japan every season since I moved here. It truly is a magnificent place that ...
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Japanese Food

Japanese Food

Japan is an awesome country, not only is the fishing a lot of fun but there are hundreds of thousands of places to see, experience to ...
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Oshino Creek - A Japanese Fly-Fishing Mecca

Oshino Creek – A Japanese Fly-Fishing Mecca

With spring quickly approaching many rivers in Japan are beginning to open for the season. Oshino (忍野村) is a quaint village a few miles from ...
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Postfly Box Review

Postfly Box Review

Over the past few months my fly collection had become dangerously depleted. On one trip alone I lost eight flies to underwater snags, large fish, ...
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Sawanobori (Stream Climbing) Shoes

Sawanobori (Stream Climbing) Shoes

Genryū (源流) is translated as a "river source, headstream, or headwaters". It is in the genryū of Japan that I prefer to fish with my Tenkara ...
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Herabuna Bamboo Rods

Herabuna Bamboo Rods

Herabuna are a sub-species of Carp that are a very popular game fish in Japan. The style of fishing for Herabuna is the antithesis of ...
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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.