Scultpture in wood, stone, metal - and all sizes
This museum is dedicated to one of the most famous artists of Taiwan, Ju Ming. Details on the museum can be found here.
Adventures of Norbert
Senmaida (千枚田) is one of the famous sight seeing spots on the Noto peninsula. These photos were taken during the winter light up opening ceremony on 2012-11-10. (more inside)
An explosion of colors at the Superrindo this year - a trip during the best time (see more inside)
A short trip over night to one of my favorite Ryokan, the Superrindo, a short hike, enjoying the colored leafs (see more inside)
Wine-Mushroom gourmet party - how to enjoy good food (see more inside)
A surprise Halloween party with excellent food at Il Corraggio in Kanazawa. Pity that we forgot our costums.
A short hike to a remote hut near Yarigadake, with natural springs around the hut (see more inside)
Another trip to Noto, this time we stopped at a desolate tourist place near Ganmon. Not much left but ruins, and beautiful views onto the sea.
A trip to Austria enjoying the summer, with visits to Wachau and Salzburg. (more inside)
A few days on a small island off the coast from Niigata. Nice nature, a few temples, good sake, interesting food.
Hanami- the cherry blossoming - in Ishikawa. Maybe not as famous as other spots in Japan, but still beautiful, especially around the Kiba-gata.
A working trip to Sendai combined with a short excursion to Matsushima.
Kairakuen, Tsukuba, Apricot blossoms - a short trip to the other side of Japan. (more inside)
A seminar in logic allowed me to visit Kusatsu Onsen again. And of course enjoyed skiing and Onsen there.
Deeply hidden in the mountains, at the roots of Hakusan, lies the small village Shiramine, famous for lots of snow, onsen, kata-tofu, and very nice Snowman Festival.
An incredible rich New Years Party with phantastic food in a small place near Kanazawa.
Giant trees, lush landscape - the world heritage site Yakushima, a small island in the south of Japan, was our New Year's trip 2011/2012.
Okinawa - not only beaches, but history, culture, and loads of natures
Volunteering in Ishinomake
Right after the earthquake and Tsunami three of us went to Ishinomaki, one of the worst hit places, for 3 days of volunteer work. A depressing time.