A temple lion at the Boa Da Temple in Tainan.
My home in Tainan. PJ and her sisters family live here.
My host family in Taiwan. PJ's parents are in the front line.
PJ's Parents and family
This is how most people in Tainan get around; men and women of all ages.
Wayne and I under another tree.
Wayne and I hanging out under our own Buddha tree
Wayne in front of the Koxinga Statue. Tainan, Taiwan
Resting in the park
Brothers Randi and Wayne with me out side the Taiwn museum. Those are solar panels behind us.
XinBeiTou train Station display for the hot springs, Taipei, Taiwan
Train Station in Taipei where we visited the Beitou Library. This area is known for it's hot springs.
Ready to hit the road from my hotel Kowaki-en in Hakone, Japan
Cultural Museum in XinBeiTou, Taipai
Taipei train station.
Visit at the Ha Ka Cultural Village. These indigenous people are known for there paper umbrellas
Display inside Hak Ka shop.
A paper umbrella.
View at the Hak Ka Cultural shop.
Scene along a hiking path
Orchards attached to a tree.
Shot at the Hak Ka Cultural village in Taiwan
Traditional dancers at the Taiwan museum.
Display in National Museum of Taiwan celebrating the harvest
Display inside National Museum of Taiwan.
Hanging out with the Japnese police display in the Taiwan museum.
Sitting with Japanese Police Exhibit in Taiwan National Museum
Statue of Koxinga, Tainan, Taiwan
View at the Nijo Castle in Kyoto .
View at the Nishi Honganji Temple in Kyoto.
Doormen at the New Miyako Hotel in Kyoto.
Tour Boat on Lake Ashi, Hakone Machi-Ko, Japa.
Oikeniwa Strolling Gardens at the Imperial palace in Kyoto.
View of the Golden Pavilion at the Kinkakuji Temple in Kyoto
Police officer outside the golden pavilion.
Kyoto Imperial Palace Grounds showing the Shishinden, the symbol of the Kyoto Imperial Palace, viewed through a red gate leading into a white sand courtyard. The Shishinden, built in the Heian style, was completed in 1855
Doors inside the Imperial Palace grounds, Toyko, Japan
Tokyo Train Station
Sketch of the Train Station under renovation, Tokyo
Tokyo Canal Scene next to NIhonbashi Bridge. The canal was once a castle moat connecting the Shogun’s seat of government directly with the sea.
Lion statue on the Nihonbashi Bridge, Toyko
Dragons on the Nihonbashi Bridge, Tokoyo. Point zero of all trade routes in Japan. One of two remaining bridges built during the reign of the Meiji Emperor Mutsuhito, 1867–1912.