CINDERELLA (with a different end), a Ghost Story
Faint echoes of something at the reconstructed Hosokawa residence near the castle …
Remains of the day and reconstructed memories. The dark castle in the South.
A cake from the West, a cake from the East
and Tomisaburo Kuraba
In Memory of the Glovers (and the Nagasaki Foreign Settlement during the late Edo, Meiji Period and its echoes in the Taisho Period)
Passing by a story comes to mind.
Legend has it that someone took a Dutch village and single-handedly whisked it away to the far shores of Japan, where it was grafted into the existing landscape.
Gateway to the World
Visiting the King of Cats
Just a stroll in the downtown area …
Up, up the hill … lies a villa, behind bushes of hydrangeas …
A midday stroll up and down the hill around the former Siebold residence …
Visiting the Center of Nuclear Rememberance
Wordless at the Memorial Park
Breathtaking, melancholic view of a sparkling, imaginary jewel …
A city in a city, or a theme park in a shopping mall?
A bridge in the distance, capturing the essence of a bridge.
More than meets the eye at these three Machiya houses in the former Hakata area.
On a summer afternoon