Japan

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The Passau Kunstnacht is one of the biggest events of the year and I got to be a part of it by exhibiting my Kimono Cat Collection – it was a dream come true!
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Welcome to the making of the fourth feline in my Kimono Cat Collection! Here is how I made my latest clay creation, the lovely Maiko cat called Fukunae.
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The third Kimono Cat is complete! Meet Tsubasa the Graduation Cat now!
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The third feline in my Kimono Cat Collection is nearing completion and I can’t wait to show you all!
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People couldn’t believe we were wasting precious holiday time by spending two nights in Düsseldorf. But we had a hidden agenda with Düsseldorf. A hidden Japanese agenda…
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Kimono Cat number two is finally complete – MEET AGEHA NOW!
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My second Kimono Cat is finally near completion and I’m so excited! This one has taken far too long for my liking – and not because of reasons you may expect…
I absolutely adore Kyoto, it’s like a second home to me. So here are some of Kyoto’s most famous sights!
While I was living in Kyoto, I got the chance to go to one of Japan’s most famous cat cafés!
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After two and a half months of work, Tama is finally complete! I am so relieved. MEET TAMA NOW!
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The Making of Tama Part 3 is finally here! Phew, this leg of the journey took a long, long time.
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Welcome to Part Two of of how I made my first Kimono Cat called Tama!
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Here is Part One of how I made my first Kimono Cat called Tama.
If you told me you only had time to go to one out of the hundreds of shrines in Kyoto, I would immediately try to convince you to go to Fushimi Inari Shrine.
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Get ready to be hit by a tidal wave of nostalgia, 90’s kids!
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To me, Kyoto is like an ex that I can’t forget. We had a year long love affair and even though we’re apart now, my heart is still there. If I close my eyes, I’m back in Kyoto, clear as day. I just can’t let go.
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Although Japan is well known for being a world leader in new technology, the vast majority of people still use cash for almost all daily transactions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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