Deep in Galicia, devout Spaniards who have cheated death in the past year are paraded around in coffins to give thanks to God and to the miraculous sister of Lazarus.
Convenience store oden stew, at a Lawson’s in Hakodate. A far cry from the U.S. variants, with their microwaveable hot pockets and chicken nuggets left to die under heating lamps. #rkjapan
Boston-born songwriter and poet Arto Vaun travels to Beirut to find a deeper truth about a relative he never met.
I am not nearly suave enough to use this restroom in Niseko #rkjapan
Behold, Sushi Ranger #rkjapan
The best part of photographing local produce in Hokkaido is having friends cook it afterwards. Here is Haruko’s simple and ingenious combination of shiso leaf (dipped in rice and potato flour batter and then fried) and lotus root (thinly sliced, then deep fried). #rkjapan
People go to Hakodate Mountain to see the city below and the floodlights of the squid fleet on the water. Turns out last night there was also a fireworks festival across the bay, complete with this vaguely phallic squid-shaped firework. #squidcity #rkjapan
At a community farm outside of Hakodate, two brothers square off in a soccer game while their parents weigh the potatoes they all picked. Kid in blue made that face every time he got close to the ball. #rkjapan