pictures taken around the tokyo edo museum at ryogoku designed by architect kiyonori kikutake. it is an extraordinary building, erected at the height of the japanese
one of the largest caldera in the world, as well as containing several large towns, and thriving farming communities, japan’s mt. aso area is also
pictures from kai aso, a modernist ryokan in kyushu’s kumamoto prefecture. blazing hot in summer, at over 1,000 metres the temperature on november mornings rarely exceeds 0°C.
this is just a test really please don’t take this post as an indicator of seriousness 🙂
this panorama was assembled from four separate photographs. taken from the rim of the caldera of mount aso in kyushu, japan. it is one of
the claska is newly refurbished but preserves the vaguely 60s — 70s retro pastiche of its original conception. it’s a lot of fun to stay here. a very quirky