Monthly Archives: June 2015

Iwaki, May 2015 Campaign

Readers of this blog will be all too familiar with the fact I spent summer 2014 carrying out research in Fukushima Prefecture, with a particular focus on Iwaki City at the southermost tip of the Fukushima Pacific coast. Keen to … Continue reading

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Dams and clams in Japan

The Richard Florida-esque ideal of a creative class able to work anywhere kind of falls flat on its face unless you (a) have equipment less than six months old, and (b) a bulletproof internet connection you can afford to pay … Continue reading

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