Shibuya Crossing on Christmas night 2020 (the camera clock was incorrectly set a day ahead) It's been nearly a year since I wrote anything for this website: a summary of my favourite photography from my first year in Japan. I've just reached the end of my second, and the start of my third, year living … Continue reading Japan: another year in photos
Scramble Crossing, Shibuya. I have lived in Japan for slightly more than a year now. Throughout that time, photography has increasingly become my main and most frequent hobby. I started shooting 35mm film a couple of years ago but only since getting to Japan have I taken it sersiously. A crossing in Shinjuku, some time … Continue reading Japan: a year in photos
A view of the man's home office on his birthday A man has celebrated his 22nd birthday in Tokyo, whilst teleworking from home. The man has been living in Tokyo for over eight months now, and had reportedly been curious for some time about what his first birthday abroad would entail. It is believed that … Continue reading Man turns 22 in Tokyo
I bought a houseplant last month. I don't like writing about myself. I never have. But for a while I've been trying to write more, especially about the things I do in Tokyo. For the past seven months now I've written attempts at being funny to bridge this gap. Most of my time in Japan … Continue reading April was a lot
A man, who a couple of months ago began living in Japan, has continued to live there. The man in question has lived in Tokyo for around three months, and has been thinking a lot about just how long that and just how much he's done in that time. He is said to have learnt … Continue reading Man continues to live in Japan
A man, who commutes on Tokyo's famously excellent rail system, repeatedly gets the wrong train to work like a complete idiot. Sources say that the man, who alternates between travelling to two workplaces on opposite sides of the city every few days, has on more than occasion started going to one location before suddenly realising … Continue reading Man keeps getting the wrong train to work
A man, 21, has lived in Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, for an entire month.
A SOON-TO-BE GRADUATE is mulling over the complexities of restarting his old blog, nearly a year after last posting anything on the site.
Those of you who read this blog regularly, or have at least read it once, will likely be aware that I used to publish a weekly blog on the activities of my local MP. At first, it was about James Heappey, and then, for a while, it was about Bernard Jenkin. Now is the time … Continue reading An update on my MP weekly series