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Morning in Tsumago

According to the United Nations, 30% of the world’s fresh fish is eaten in Japan; and this morning, I’m face to face with another statistic. It’s just what the doctor ordered though. After the turbulent visitation of the night before the … Continue reading

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A Night In Tsumago

If you happened to live in Tokyo over three-hundred years ago, it’s possible that the Japanese Emperor would have summoned you to his court in faraway Kyoto. If this happened, your only choice would have been, which of the two … Continue reading

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The Peach Trees in Suzaka

Our arrival in Suzaka ended with many glasses of whiskey and sake. The next day, we slept late into the morning. Arising slightly dopey, I washed my face with the cold water from the tap out in the garden and … Continue reading

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