Home » Photos » Oshino – A Photo Exploration

Oshino – A Photo Exploration

posted in: Photos

Last week I headed back to Oshino Creek. I didn’t have a chance to fish the lower sections the first time I went. The lower sections features more swift water than the upper section and I was eager to check it out. For the most part Oshino is a slow and deep river but the sections of “white-water” do offer some great fishing.


When we arrived the sun was shining and the most impressive lenticular cloud I had ever seen was perched over the top of Mount Fuji. The cloud was flowing down the side of the mountain in cascading wisps. It was an absolutely beautiful morning! As the day progressed ominous clouds began to blow in.

There were more anglers on the river than last time but they tended to congregate around the deeper pools. It was still possible to find solitude surrounded by budding trees and blooming flowers. With the warmer weather comes more wildlife encounters. I almost step on the first snake I’ve seen in Japan. Glad he isn’t poisonous!



It was a productive day with many fish brought to hand including a very nice Brook Trout. I didn’t catch any Iwana, Amago, or Yamame though…

At the end of the day we headed over to Rivers Edge Fishing Store. They have a wide selection of fly fishing gear including a large selection of fly tying materials. The owner was very friendly offering all sorts of information and they also have a café with many tables and outdoor seating. They also sell fishing licenses and full season tickets in case you’d rather go here instead of Lawsons. They open at 8am M-S.



Subscribe to Fallfish Tenkara by Email

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.