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ON THE ROCKS

OCTOBER 2008

#89 – TSURUGI-DAKE

So the story goes that Tsurugi-dake, the magnificent culmination at the north-western tip of the Japanese Alps, was the last of the country’s major peaks to be scaled.  1,069 more words

Japan

HOLY MOUNTAIN

OCTOBER 2008

#88 – TATEYAMA

I would climb with a heavy heart:  to Tateyama, out of Toyama at the northern end of the north-western arm of the North Alps.  871 more words

Japan

WET BLANKET

NOVEMBER 2007

#67 – TSURUGI-SAN

“What is this dark world I find myself in, replete with its gloom and dilapidation? Who are these people, stooped and hunkered, wandering its dimly lit streets?” Impressions from first night on the island of Shikoku were entangled in my own malignant disposition. 692 more words

Photography

Tsurugi Tozan

Despite waking up to cold wet weather this morning, I embarked on a hike of Mt. Tsurugi, in Tokushima prefecture. After all, I had spent nearly 2 hours making the drive up the winding narrow canyons yesterday to get here, and I knew it was a pretty nice hike (having visited once before); it seemed a shame to waste the opportunity. 1,513 more words

Tsurugi at dusk by Bernard Languillier on Flickr

via Rainbow Coach | kuroyuki: Tsurugi at dusk by Bernard Languillier….

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Tsurugi is a landmark peak in the Northern Alps of Japan, still pretty much covered with ice and snow early May.This image is a high resolution panoramic stitch.

Photography & Images

Taikai in Rio 2013 with Daniel Hernández Shihan

Frequently, teachers around the world invite other teachers (organizing big events) for practitioners in order to make an easy access to high-level understanding of Budo for students. 374 more words

Budo

Mt. Tsurugi

Mt. Tsurugi is one of the highest moutains of Tateyama Mountains, which height is 2,999 meter. Until 2006, itwas 2,998 meter. Before 1968, it had 3,005 meter height. 53 more words

Japan