1. Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan

  2. In the middle of nowhere in Akita, northern Japan back in April.

  3. My beach bungalow at Koh Phi Phi was a glorious place.

  4. Everyday that was 25 years old, from March 2012 to March 2013, I took a one second self-portrait.

    It took me more than a year and a half to get around to editing it and a lot of days are missing, either because I forgot to shoot a video or the files were lost somehow (though I mostly forgot). If anything those aspects are a truly a part of the self-portrait, I’m forgetful and slow to finish what I start.

  6. Maneki-nekko city

  8. Into the forest in Nikko, Japan

  9. Nikko Tosho-gu

  10. This is the most majestic toilet of them all in Japan. Found at the Toyo Tires View Lounge in Hakone, as soon as you open the stall door the lights dim on, the lid raises automatically and classical music starts playing. Then, as you sit down on your glorious, technologically advanced Japanese toilet, you can relax with a glorious view. Second to none.

  11. Hakone by far has the best view of Mt. Fuji that I’ve ever seen.

  12. Hakone, Japan

  13. Nikko, Japan

  14. My mom sent me this in an e-mail.

    I’m not kidding. This kid’s socks have capes on the back. Capes just like Superman and Batman. What the hell? ¬†oh and dig the shoes.

  15. Osaka alleys