Sorry for the lack of posts these days (I’m embarrassed I haven’t posted about my trip to Shamijima for previewing the Setouchi Triennale there yet) but this time of the year is probably the busiest at work and as a consequence, I’m sometimes too tired at night to post
Just a gardener tending to the pine-trees in Ritsurin-kōen. There are worse jobs.
The most famous bridge of Ritsurin Garden. I’m sure you’ve seen it before, and that you’ll see it again. And one of those days, I should try to find more information about it.
This Onigawara can be seen in the sort of small museum in Ritsurin Garden in Takamatsu.
Even though this picture is a couple years old, this is a big hint to tell you where I was today, and seeing what’s the main natural even in Japan right now, you can imagine what’s coming in one post or two.