Halloween in Japan is a week-long event. This year differs from past festivals due to the rugby championships being hosted in the country and new regulations against drinking in public. Still, this year’s Japanese Halloween was amazing. Blink and you might miss the special appearance by Akasan from Comics Plus. Check it out!Read More Halloween in Japan: My 2019 Review
The Spartan Race is a popular obstacle course racing brand that’s increasing in its popularity in Japan. I want to share my experiences tackling the races, here in Japan, with you.Read More Enduring the Spartan Race in Japan
Have you ever found yourself stumbling into a job and being pleasantly surprised? By no means is this a career shift, but definitely an experience for the history books.Read More My First Modeling Job in Japan
2019 is officially the year of old friends and heartfelt reunions.
It’s hard to believe this lovely lady in ten years.
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
Earlier this month, my daughter and I attended another festival in Yokosuka. I’ve previously wrote about Yokosuka and it’s ties to Shenmue in an earlier blog where I alluded to the Icha Icha Festival taking place on Dobuita Street. This time it was held at a park across from Yokosuka City Hall. The Icha Icha […]Read More An Okinawan Festival in Yokosuka
Tokyo was named the safest city in the world for the 3rd year in a row. But I can’t help my skepticism.Read More Tokyo, The Safest City in the World… Sort of.
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