We have endured record snow fall in the northern Japanese city of Misawa this year with over 140 inches of snow blanketing us in a “big chill”. I, for one, am ready for the snow to end! I long to stroll the sands of my favorite beaches (Sand Dollar and Ship Wreck) and explore more of Mutsu Bay. Tomorrow is March 1st and while I know to expect snow to fall well into April, I still hope this last snowfall was it for 2021! And I wish upon my lucky sand dollars!
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Torii and Rice
I truly love exploring the Tohoku Region of Northern Japan! This tori gate sits majestically in a rice field near Towada, Japan in Aomori Prefecture.
The snow began to fall in Misawa, Japan…and it has not stopped! We are setting records for snowfall!
Cold Misawa Rain
The rain just keeps falling here in Misawa.
The snow came late this year…but it made a superb entrance!
A sake inspired haiku!
Snow Haiku 5
Winter has arrived~ Blanketing Misawa with~ Snow, snow, too much snow. © 2019 Gregory Vessar. All Rights Reserved.
The leaves are turning here in Misawa, Japan. Winter is coming!
The Well Kept Men of Misawa!
Discover the origins of the Well Kept Men of Misawa! Follow them for a first hand look at the trials, tribulations, fun, laughter, and epiphanies they share together as they navigate everyday life as Americans living in Japan. They are able to have these adventures due to their wives hard work and willingness to let them explore their new surroundings. More adventures are on tap, so stop by often and hang out with them in Japan!
Bowl a strike at Misawa Bowl!