Category Archives: Art

Let’s Draw the Rest of the Picture of a Stamp!

Let me tell you about stamps today. This is a blog post from my favorite entertainment site.   This blogger enjoys adding extra pictures on envelopes when he sends letters….

Miniature Real Sushi Platter in a Mint Case

A sushi platter on a tamago (egg) sushi! Have you ever seen such tiny sushi?     A Nico Nico Douga user created the miniature sushi out of a store…

Neon Lights on Trucks “Decotora”

  When you drive Japanese national road, you sometimes see loudly decorated trucks called “decotora” meaning “decoration truck (decorated truck).” They are gorgeously painted and have stainless exterior parts and…

A Living Wall

Let me introduce a blog post from my favorite entertainment blog site again. The topic is about ‘a wall’.   This looks like inside of an exhibition. There is a…

[Photoblog] Strolling Around Nara City at Night

This is a drawing which was decorated next to a lattice window. Miki fell in love with it.  Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

A Swimming Pool You Can Swim Without an Intake of Breath

Let me introduce a blog post from a Japanese entertainment website that I check often. Today, it is about a swimming pool.   This is a small swimming pool in…

[Photoblog] Fuchintaisai Festival in Nara

  Miki took this picture at Tatsuta Shrine in Sangocho (Nara prefecture) on July 4. The hand-held fireworks are awesome! 😯 Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

“2nd Furusato Festival Tokyo” Performing Arts and Local Dishes

  Through the last week, “The 2nd Furusato Festival Tokyo” was held at Tokyo dorm and 379 thousands of people enjoyed Japanese traditional performing arts and local dishes from all…

[Photoblog] Hydrangea

This picture is a multiply-exposed picture. So beautiful. Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

How to Make “Pain” Keyboard

  Have you heard the word itasha? It is an otaku word meaning “pain-mobile,” which refers a car decorated with characters, usually female, from anime, manga, or video games. Last…

Wasabi Stories vol.229: “The Proof of a Real Performer is to Give Your Whole Mind”

Today’s story-teller is ukulele player and comic chat artist Shinji Maki, 76 years old. Maki likes painting. Especially he likes painting Mt. Fuji. He was past sixty when he started…