Ishizuchi Shrine.

A few weeks ago I went with my friend Sarah on  a photo shoot adventure to Ishizuchi Shrine. Ishizuchi Mountain (Ishizuchi-San) is the highest mountain in west Japan and the main view from my balcony (as a matter of fact I’m looking at it right now as I’m writing this). At the moment is snow covered and at the top there is a ski resort which I  am yet to check out.

The shrine is beautiful and probably one of my favourites around the area. We had a really good time just walking around and taking pictures on a chilly January afternoon. There are quite a few interesting and beautiful things to visit around here and I guess it wasn’t until winter came that we actually took the time to go check them out. However, I do think is important to go around the neighbourhood for walks and bike rides as you never know what you might find, so I will try to be more pro-active in the next couple of weeks and go exploring more often. Anyways I thought I’d share with you some of the pictures that we took.

As there is not much going on at the moment I plan to write an entry on how we keep warm in these Japanese winters, as it’s quite different from back at home and I haven’t written anything about Japanese cuisine, so I’ll keep those 2 things as upcoming projects, but if there is anything that you would like to know or see, or are curious about, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to concede.

Keeping you posted!