Welcome to Kamakura Dreamin’, a blog where I experiment with writing, share writing I’ve published elsewhere, and bring a little bit of Japan to those dreaming of visiting.
Bear with me as I try to get more comfortable with—and find comfort in—my creative side. And hey, be creative with me!
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Back in December, I was invited up to Sendai to take part in a few tourism-related programmes the area has to offer. First, I visited Kanbai Shuzo Sake Brewery. You can find out more about that here. I also had the chance to visit Abe Noen Farm in Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture. Abe Noen is run by theContinue reading “Hot Pot and Ohagi at Abe Noen Farm”
Back in December, I was invited up to Sendai to take part in a few tourism-related programmes the area has to offer. Now, even though I’m not much of a drinker, I enjoy tours of breweries and the like; there’s just so much to see and discover. Plus, the chance to speak with locals aboutContinue reading “Kanbai Shuzo Sake Brewery Tour, Tasting, and Label-Making Session”
Another Friday, another attempt at flash fiction. This week, the word limit was three hundred. I wrote this story before last week’s (Freshly Tilled Soil), when I was on a bit of a “let’s try something creepy” kick. Japan is famous for its blades, and there are various regions where specific techniques are well known.Continue reading “The Picnic (Flash Fiction)”
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