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So why start a blog?

That is the historian’s primary question, is it not?  Why?  Well, there are a few reasons but primarily its to share my research and ideas about strategy and history.  396 more words

Anglo-Japanese Alliance

Shizuoka Sake Tasting: One Cup Series 9): Doi Brewery-Iwaizake Kaiun Tokubetsu Junmai

A very interesting and reasonable way to taste sake is to acquire one-cup sake!
They also make for cute collection of glasses or cups!

Now, this is the second batch of Shizuoka Prefecture One Cup Sake I obtained at Matsuzakaya Department Store in Shizuoka City! 436 more words

Shizuoka Prefecture

Wineweek 41: The Last of Summer

As the heading reveals, it is the last week of summer here in Sweden. After a disappointingly cold and rainy July, August gave it’s best with plenty of sun and warmth. 515 more words

Wineweek

Get Together @ Torihei

She is a good friend of mine who shares a same passion toward food and drink. Especially drinks. We used to be coworkers and had lunch together at a Japanese restaurant on some weekend. 303 more words

At Home

While you were working - A Crowded Room, Hiroshima, Japan

Tall stacks of aged red brick reach to the stormy sky, pillars of industry that have stood the test of time endure against the storm. Our post storm adventure takes us to Saijo, the home of sake making in Hiroshima province one day after the storm. 947 more words

While You Were Working

Kasa Moto: Toronto's Japanese Oasis in Yorkville

Yorkville’s latest addition in the space formerly known as Remy’s, is a two-storey oasis in the city. Brought to you by the Chase Hospitality Group… 239 more words

Toronto