My big cheese smile made it to one the major newspapers here in Japan.Read More Volunteering at Yokosuka Navy Base and Being Photographed for a Japanese Newspaper
I’m always proud of my daughter’s ability to speak Japanese. A skill attained from taking advantage of our life living overseas.Read More Sending My Kid to Japanese School
My reflection on a trip to Nara, Japan. An amazing part of Japan where wild deer walk about freely.Read More Nara: The Open Air Deer Park
I’m a dad, again. We recently had a son born fat and healthy. No matter how many children you have, there’s always anxiety associated with child birth. It’s freaking nerve racking. As a man, I can only do my best to provide emotional support to push through the experience… I think that’s the difficult part […]Read More Now, a Father of Two
Checking out the Hase area of Kamakura at night.Read More Kamakura Hase No Akari: Light of Kamakura Hase
While this post was created for educational purposes, it’s inevitable that some might find it’s content to be lewd and offensive. We’re all entitled to our points of view, but this is Obsidian Perspective. Reader discretion is advised.Read More Attending the Most Controversial Festival in Japan: Kanamara Matsuri
Despite having an insignificant amount of YouTube subscribers, I was able to access the YouTube Space in Tokyo and play with their equipment.
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While the rest of the world was burning this during the beginning of this year’s summer, Japan just finished up an extended rain season. It felt as if its been raining for a month straight. If you lived up north in Hokkaido, the weather was more normal, but those of us who’re closer to Tokyo […]Read More Saying Sayonara to Japan’s Crappiest Rain Season
Today’s Father’s Day in Japan. I thought I’d share a few quick stories of my time here as a foreign dad. Enjoy.Read More Foreign Fatherhood in Japan