SWAY WITH THE JAPANESE SUSUKI

If we think of autumn, weโ€™d think of leaves turning red and eventually falling. It is something we all look forward to or hope to experience. Leaves may have fallen but the Japanese susuki or pampas grass are here to stay. Stretching up as high as two meters, its long feathery flowers sway so beautifully […]

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THE BEAUTY IN FALL

Endings, though we see it as something sad can actually be very beautiful. Although it means departure, it could also mean coming back into something greater than before. Like autumn, the changing and falling of leaves means surrender by letting nature take its course and yet it is the mostย wonderful thing to see. This year’s […]

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APPLE PICKING IN AUTUMN

As the cold ber-months brought chills down to my bones, it has also carried the sweetest scent of the ripest fruit of this season โ€“ apples! Yes, those flaming color of deliciousness hanging around to its fragile stems is no doubt the cherry on top of autumn. Like how Snow White has been lured to […]

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CELEBRATING AUTUMN

Right after being stoked in awe to see the firing color trees of Yamanakako (story in my previous blog), we drove off to revisit yet another outstanding lake of Mt. Fuji, Kawaguchiko. Yes, we’ve been here just a couple of weeks ago. But when we found out that they are currently celebrating their autumn festival […]

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FALLING FOR FALL

Love it or hate it, we have finally reached half way of 2016 and that means we had bid our goodbyes to longer days of summer and started reacquainting with the longer nights of the cold season. Although we are still a month farther from winter, we are still definitely living in the beautiful autumn. […]

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REMINISCING THE BEAUTIFUL MAGOME

There is something about old historical places that drive me to simply admire them. The now history, written or unwritten and the remains left behind are indeed a true symbol that anything that is valued and preserved can stood even beyond time… Japan to what we know now has lived a long long history even […]

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