Tokushima, one of Shikoku’s four prefectures, is not only famous for their Sudachi and sweet potatoes (the list could go on) but also for Awa Odori. It is the biggest dance festival in the country which is also participated by different dance groups, known as ren, all over Japan. I’m pretty sure it’s best to […]Read more "Awa Odori: The Dance Of Fools"
A story of Tsuneki Kato, a homeless man from the Airin (愛隣) area formerly known as Kamagaski. The streets slowly became a different place far from what you see in neighbouring areas like Nippombashi. 20180512. 15:00. I went to Nishinari-ku where the Airin area is located to see what it is really like. I have […]Read more "Nishinari: A Different Facet Of Japan"