sustainable building and light habitats
For my last day of work at TYK, I was treated to an organized day trip to Kyoto.
Meet Polina and her family, a young Russian woman working at TYK whom I met a fortnight before the end of my stay in Tajimi.
Second month of work in Tajimi more pleasant than the first and return of the buds and flowers in the trees.
Portraits of some of the people I met during my two months of work at TYK.
Exploring the region with Kanji-san on the way to the Akechi Ceramics factory.
Three days visiting the regions of Shirakawa-gô and Gokayama, UNESCO World Heritage.
A day with the TC Sleeve team from the Research and Development department of TYK factory.
Through twenty photographs, a stroll to discover the factory and its graphic aspect.
Being employed at TYK and experiencing working in a Japanese refractory plant.
Touristy visits in Nagoya between Ghibli universe, castle and Toyota museum.
Tajimi, an industrial city located in the prefecture of Gifu is renowned for its ceramics. I am working here since the beginning of February.
Last visits on Okinawa and return to Honshu to settle in Tajimi.
Volunteering in very rustic conditions in a small dairy farm near Ôgimi.
Three days of peaceful strolls, magnificent landscapes and failed activities within the tiny archipelago.
I land on the Ryukyu archipelago of which Okinawa is a part in increasingly bad weather.
On Tanegashima Island is located one of Japan’s main space centers as well as great beaches.
Visit the island of Yakushima, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and source of inspiration for Hayao Miyazaki.
I continue my discovery of the island of Kyushu going towards south on the traces of the volcanoes.
At the end of 2015, I hit the road again, exploring the volcanic activity of the region.
A month of volunteering in the middle of the onsen smokes in the small Youth Hostel Country Road.
Arrival on Kyûshû, cradle of Japanese civilization, where I will spend the month of December.
Visit of the island of Miyajima and its superb sanctuary accompanied by Doris.
Hiroshima and the atomic bomb. Mandatory stop in the painful history of the country.
Return of the sun and quiet strolls in the coastal city of Kôchi.
Discovery of the Iya valley in the heart of the remote mountain ranges of Shikoku.
On the south coast of Shikoku, the small town of Minami exudes tranquility and a maritime atmosphere.
Arrival in Tokushima on the island of Shikoku, the smallest of the four big islands of Japan.
Second week in Tokyo where I continue to discover the capital and meet a few people.
Peregrinations in the various districts of Tokyo metropolis.