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63. Japan: Ibaraki

This painting is “Landscape of Kasumigaura” (霞ヶ浦風景) by Takematsu Mitarai (御手洗 竹松). Kasumigaura, in Ibaraki Prefecture, is Japan’s second largest lake. Since 1988 Mitarai lives in Ibaraki at the foot of Mount Tsukuba (Tsukuba-san: 筑波山) and is known for painting the beauty of this mountain. 105 more words


Health - Mt. Tsukuba

Yes, another mountain post. We went to Takaosan (see post) last year during a national holiday…and have learned a big lesson. Which made us go on a weekday this time. 198 more words


Exhibition: Another Brick in the Wall

10 June 2017, 11:00 – 17:30 Saturday
Laboratory of Advanced Research A
University of Tsukuba

“Another Brick in The Wall” problematises the notion of a classroom to enable an opening for a continuing discourse on intellectual emancipation. 1,063 more words

Jong Pairez

Hiking Trip: Mt. Tsukuba (Miyukigahara Trail)

Basic Info

Location: Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture
Height: Nantai Peak (877 m); Nyotai Peak (871 m)
Difficulty: Absolute beginner to intermediate
Duration: Climb – approximately 2 hours on a leisurely pace… 880 more words


Seeing Yellow: The Yellow Factory EG6 @ Tsukuba Attack!

The Yellow Factory EG6 is one of the most impressive N/A FF machines to attack the Japanese circuits. Packing an access of 250HPs and a gorgeous, albeit functional aero package, it’s hard not to fall in love with it. 81 more words


MoMo Hits Tsukuba Circuit!!! [ TC2000 2017 Part II ]

Hey guys, thanks for stopping by to check out my Tsukuba Attack coverage! Much appreciated! But I do have to start off this post with a little unfortunate matter and that is my memory card took a fat shit the day of the event and I lost a few hundred images. 460 more words


MoMo Hits Tsukuba Circuit!!! [ TC2000 2017 Part I ]

Tsukuba Circuit, the proving grounds for all things time attack. It’s always been a dream of mine to head out there to catch one of these illustrious events and I finally had my chance this past week. 357 more words