Mick Murray

Ehime

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A travel writer and wildlife enthusiast currently based in Shikoku, Japan. Having previously lived in New Zealand, I’m especially interested in exploring places with a focus on ecotourism and the natural environment. Highlights of my experience in Japan so far include being mobbed by rabbits on Ōkunoshima, sleeping in a beachside Mongolian yurt on the art island of Naoshima, and countless trips around the many natural wonders of Shikoku.

write up by Mick Murray

Available Write Up: 7

pagoda in Zentsuji temple

2017.1.20 Kagawa

Zentsuji Temple: One of Japan’s Most Sacred Pilgrimage Destinations (Kagawa)

Zentsuji Temple: One of Japan’s Most Sacred Pilgrimage Destinations (Kagawa)

Ritsurin park

2017.1.14 Kagawa

Ritsurin Park: A Michelin Guide-Starred Attraction, Rated Among the Top Traditional Gardens in Japan (Kagawa)

Ritsurin Park: A Michelin Guide-Starred Attraction, Rated Among the Top Traditional Gardens in Japan (Kagawa)

The scenery of Nogutsuna island

2017.1.5 Cruise Ehime

Nogutsuna island, A haven of peace and tranquility in the Seto Inland Sea (Ehime)

Nogutsuna island, A haven of peace and tranquility in the Seto Inland Sea (Ehime)

To the ocean!

2016.12.25 Art Tokushima

Kamikatsu Art Project: International Artwork in a Beautiful Japanese Environment (Tokushima)

Kamikatsu Art Project: International Artwork in a Beautiful Japanese Environment (Tokushima)

Rice field in Kamikatsu

2016.12.22 Art Tokushima

An Introduction to Kamikatsu: Stunning Nature and Zero Waste (Tokushima)

An Introduction to Kamikatsu: Stunning Nature and Zero Waste (Tokushima)

Miyoshigiku sake factory

2016.12.13 Tokushima

Awa Ikeda: A sake brewery haven by the Yoshino River (Tokushima)

Awa Ikeda: A sake brewery haven by the Yoshino River (Tokushima)

Udatsu Old town road

2016.12.1 Tokushima

Udatsu Old Street, Traditional Japanese Architecture and History in Mima (Tokushima)

Udatsu Old Street, Traditional Japanese Architecture and History in Mima (Tokushima)

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