After two years living in a tiny room on the 9thfloor with almost no furniture I have finally moved into a new apartment! Although its size, I liked living there because it had everything good related to comfort, location and even window view. But it was time to move to a bit more spacious place. The … More My new home in Japan!
Have been busy with work and some other personal projects, but here are some photo impressions from Borderless Digital Museum in Tokyo! People understand and recognize the world through their bodies, moving freely and forming connections and relationships with others. As a consequence the body has its own sense of time. In the mind, the … More Borderless
I have been longing to visit Teshima island in Seto Inland Sea for a long time, especially Teshima Art Museum by Nishizawa Ryue. My expectations were definitely exceeded! Visiting Teshima Art Museum was such a unique experience. Its surrounding rice fields, hills and overall magical atmosphere filled me with a magical bliss. I am wondering … More 豊島・Teshima: nature, architecture and a bonus cat
犬島・Inujima: What was and what is. A few days ago I had a chance to visit Inujima island in Seto Inland Sea. Seirensho art museum based on a former copper refinery as well as art houses scattered around the island, created by renown architects and artists, made me think about different ways art and architecture … More 犬島・Inujima: What was and what is
Exploring Sapporo in summer time! Current status: ・surviving last weeks before August holidays and お盆 Obon ・staying hydrated ・enjoying green (summer on the island of Hokkaido is so short) ・occasionally escaping to the sea ・watching Twin Peaks (Season 3 finally!) ・enjoying summer clothes Photo credits: 大野 ハシェム
There is a close relationship with nature throughout all Japanese archipelago, but I feel that on the island of Hokkaido it is even stronger. It is not before 1869 that Hokkaido was officially declared Japan’s land. Until then it is said to had been inhabited by Ainu people, which ancestry is somewhat remote and mysterious. … More Fish and sea and architecture
Quite unbelievable that I am back to Japan for the third (!) time! After arriving from the airport and stepping on the streets on Sapporo, I am filled with pleasant familiarity. It is almost like arriving home. One of my homes. I do not feel lost anymore. Japanese kanji written here and there do not … More Back to Japan!