Analog Nomad Days
“If you’re twenty-two, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel – as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go.”
― Anthony Bourdain
― Anthony Bourdain
Asia's poshest ways to ride the rails.
A Heavenly Night's Rest
Many of Japan's monasteries and temples offer accommodation along with classes in meditation and Buddhist cuisine.
Some of Asia's most famous summits are surprisingly accessible.
Yoga Is for Wimps
If you really want to combat stress, take up martial arts.
Want to learn to surf? Try Asia's easy beaches and affordable surf schools.
A Tokyo bar has its young patrons' souls in mind.
In the Kingdom of the Octopus
Some Tasty Rewards Await the Adventurous : Street Dining in Tokyo
Away from urban chaos, a bygone era : A rustic retreat into ancient Japan
Hip colors are ruling hair styles as Japanese shun natural hues
The light fantastic on Mount Fuji - Japan
Tales of a salty Inland Sea dog - Seto Inland Sea, Japan.
Made in Japan: film directors call lights, lanterns, action - Film locations in Japan.
Tales of a weekend samurai - Iaido, Japan.
Kick-arse, Kung Fu Travel - Shaolin, China.
Big Bang Theory - Mount Fuji, Japan.
Melting Pot - Seoul, South Korea.
In the footsteps of Buddha - Koyasan, in Japan.
Where the Wild Things are - Borneo's Bako National Park.
The Rite Stuff - Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The inn thing - Ryokan inns, Japan.
Melting Moments - Sapporo, Japan.
Yaeyama Islands...Okinawa, Japan
In Living Colour - Cherry blossom viewing, Japan.
Manga Mania - Japan's comic obsession
The Big Push - Nada's Fighting Festival
Into the bat Cave - Bird nest collectors of Borneo's Sarawak
Eyeball to Eyeball - Toeing the DMZ between the two Koreas
Ball of Sound - Japan's pachinko past-time
A Room at the Inn - Ryokan inns, Japan