Hayama is located less than an hour away from Tokyo and quite close from Yokohama. While Hayama in summer is a pleasant place to have a swim and BBQ with friends, in winter (like the photo above), Hayama give you a unique view of a snow capped Mt. Fuji over the sea.
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Love leaving my footprints in all kinds of places.
Glad I got to visit the statue of Hachiko. 🐕
Our beautiful birds are being poisoned by compound 1080! This beautiful bird was poisoned in the Wellington drop a month ago 😢 many other birds are affected. New Zealand’s beautiful birds of prey are dying from 1080 poison! Including our beautiful falcons who are at risk, they are eating poisoned rats etc which is effecting their fertility and they are laying infertile eggs. The damage we are doing to our native birds and wildlife by dropping 1080 is immeasurable, we are pushing all our native birds towards extinction leading with the Kea. This madness needs to stop! Tamaiti and Tuhoe have never allowed 1080 poison to be dropped, they have the healthiest forests and prolific bird life. Private enterprises trap the area and make money from the possum at approx $130.00 a possum between trapping and fur, this is sustainable, creates employment and harvests the possums but the government miss out on selling their poison. This is why there is so much resistance to ban 1080 as nowhere else in the world has the government owned the poison factory. They have increased the drops by 8 times they want to drop the most they ever have this spring. They have reduced buffer/safe zones from 200 metres to 50 metres. Over the last few years Nick Smith and government have quietly changed our laws to suit their purpose. You could contests the drops 3 ways including at local government level, the New Zealand laws have now been changed so you can only contest drops at the high court or through Iwi. Watch You Tube The Graf Boys TV Wild - Poisoning Paradise Ecocide New Zealand- 49 Dead Kiwi at Mt Bruce
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Foto 1: Kobe by night • Foto 2: Kobe by day • Foto 3: Rooftop Gig
Genau so liebe ich es zu reisen: Nachdem wir unserem Airbnb host Toru in Tokyo bei Sake und Fisch ein paar Songs vorspielten, hat er uns am nächsten Tag nach Kobe in sein Haus eingeladen, wo wir ein kleines Rooftop Konzert für ihn und seine Freunde spielten. In einer Stadt, die wir sonst wohl nie besucht hätten. Die Gespräche an diesem Abend gingen tief. So erfuhren wir, dass die strenge Arbeitsmoral manche hier regelrecht krank macht und dass eine allgemeine Erwartung besteht dass man spürt, was das Gegenüber von einem erwartet. Das nennt man hier: Die Luft lesen. Diese persönlichen Einblicke in die japanische Kultur waren sehr bereichernd. So haben wir den ganzen Abend Musik gemacht und geredet und uns am Ende als Freunde verabschiedet.
That's how I love to travel: After we played some songs while having sake and fish with our Airbnb host Toru and his family in Tokyo, he invited us to his other house in Kobe the next day, where we played a small rooftop concert for him and his friends. In a city that we would never have visited otherwise. The conversation that evening went deep. So we learned that the strict work ethic makes some of the people here literally sick and that there is a general expectation that one senses what the other person is thinking. This is called: Reading the air. These personal insights into Japanese culture were absolutely enriching. So we made music and talked all evening and finally said goodbye as friends. #connecting #withmusic #japanculture #newfriends #kobe #tokyo #cutedogs #boatsboatsboats #aroundtheworldtrip #aroundtheworld #aroundtheworldin18songs #in18songsumdiewelt #concert #rooftop #newsongs #neuesongs #meandmyguitar #newalbum
Day 10 - When walking a minimum of 5km is a daily must when travelling in Japan, you would make every sitting moment a chance to stretch your legs - much like this uncle. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 9 - You know you’re in the nation’s food capital when every corner you go, you are faced with a vermillion number of kushikatsu, takoyaki and okonomiyaki stalls to choose from; and you have to make that call quickly before you feel bad for staring at the menu for too long. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 8 - Miyajima, a pretty island with this majestic floating torii gate right at the centre of it. Also witnessed the Shinto monks and commoners worship at the centuries-old shrine. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 7 - Had a bit of everything today.
From soaring stalks of bamboo to breathtaking reflection of autumn leaves on a drawing table.
From artistic multi-storey bookshelves to zealous traditional chants by onlookers at a street festival.
From delightful experience at a standing coffee bar to charming afternoon stroll through preserved imperial architecture. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 6 - Tried to count how many torii gates there are all the way up to Mt Inari but lost it after 6,591. Jokes, didn’t count. Didn’t even complete half the track. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 5 - There is something beautiful yet mysterious about the world of geisha that intrigues me a lot. I wish I could live in the olden Japanese imperial period and learn all about it. #FourteenDaysOfZen
Day 4 - Chasing quiet in this small onsen town. The traditional Japanese ryokan and kaiseki dining are a bonus. #FourteenDaysOfZen