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Ryan Butterfield is an Action Sports Photographer specialising in Ski and Snowboard Photography. Based in Nozawa Onsen, Japan each Winter offering Professional Photography services to suit all levels and abilities. Available on request to shoot in various resorts around the Nagano region.
A more relaxed tour! For those who would like to explore the 'Blue Cave' without the kayak option. Discovering the most famous snorkelling and diving spot on the main island of Okinawa is a wonderful experience. We will set off in our Mini van to 'Cape Maeda point' driving though the local sugarcane farms.
Our most popular tour package!! Start the adventure direct from Malibu beach as we Kayak out into the Sea and around the rocky coastline. We will anchor our kayaks at the entrance of a big cave and prepare ourselves for our Snorkel tour around the beautiful Cape Maeda dive spot and head into the famous 'Blue Cave'.
Japan has never been the easiest country to explore on a budget but it is definitely possible. Road tripping and freedom camping in Japan makes for a great adventure whilst traveling at your own pace. Free camping in Japan....
St. Moritz is an alpine resort town in the Engadin, a valley in Switzerland. Sitting at 1856 meters above sea level, it twice hosted the Winter Olympics. St. Moritz has a world-championship bobsled run made of natural ice and an outdoor Olympic ice rink. Known as the birthplace for Alpine winter holidays dating back to 1864.
With Tokyo being the main hub for international tourists arriving into Japan, there has been somewhat of a pilgrimage to explore the streets of Jimbocho and stock up on any necessary winter items before heading out to the slopes. Welcome to Yasakuni Dori AKA Sports shop street
Over the centuries, Kyoto was destroyed by many wars and fires, but due to its historic value, the city was dropped from the list of target cities for the atomic bomb and spared from air raids during World War II. Countless temples, shrines and other historically priceless structures survive in the city today.
Sensei Genrokuro Matsunaga, one of the few sword-smiths still using traditional methods. In order to make 1 sword, about 9kg of 'Tamahagane' (melted down iron sand) is required. After the temper folding and hammering, the final weight of the sword is usually only between 800g to 1000g.