The main thrust of this blog to-date has been about trying to capture the experience of travelling in Japan with words. It’s a very pleasant past-time really, but language isn’t the only technology at my disposal – thanks to a Canon G12 camera I bought in Akihabara, Tokyo, I’ve now gathered together a respectable little collection of home-made films of travelling in Japan. Some films have been substantially edited and spliced together, others are just raw footage, some films are subdued and others are just plain silly. If you live in Germany, unfortunately, due to stringent music copyright laws you won’t be able to view some of them. I’ll update this page with a link to each new film post.
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