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”
Last week, I had the great pleasure of chatting with JJ Walsh, a sustainable tourism marketing expert based in Hiroshima, for her YouTube series. It was great fun, and we covered Kamakura, running an inn, and a few other topics. Have a look! Thank you, JJ Walsh!
I live in a mid-sized city on Japan’s Pacific coast, approximately one hour south of Tokyo. My city, Kamakura, is one of Japan’s former capitals, and traces of its former splendour dot the city. Once a small fishing village, Kamakura became the capital of the first Japanese shogunate, the Kamakura Shogunate, in 1185 (recognized inContinue reading “Discovering Kamakura From Home”