Tokushimato Photo Writer List
Daisuke Chiba / Photo-writer
I was born in 1985 in Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture, and now live in Tokushima City.
After graduating university, I worked at a publishing company as an editor for various mooks, and in April 2014 I went freelance. I work as a photographer, copy-writer and editor, but also do product development and other stuff as well. If anyone needs me, I can do anything! Except, in spite of my being from Tokushima, dancing – I’m really bad at dancing Awa Odori!
Available Write Up: 88
The Secluded Sights of Iya / The Village in The Sky - The Scarecrow Village (Higashiiya, Miyoshi, Tokushima Prefecture)
The Amazing Homemade Dressing Made With Setouchi Ingredients / Bimi-foods (Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture)
Cheap Yet Extravagant- The Secret Sushi Of Tokushima / Sushidokoro Hiroki (Kaiyo, Kaifu District, Tokushima Prefecture)
Tokushima Ramen With Rich Soup (Popular With The Ladies) / Chuka Soba Tamura (Itano District, Tokushima Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Fascinating Soy Sauce Sweets : Yamaroku Soy Sauce - Marukin Soy Sauce Museum (Kagawa Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Greetings From The Country Of The Monkey : Choshi Valley (Kagawa Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Labyrinth, Art, & Puzzles : Meirono Machi (Kagawa Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Power Spot Tour : 1000-Year-Old Olive Tree - Kasaneiwa - Togata Point (Kagawa Prefecture) 【PR】
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Relive Your Childhood in The Movie World : Nijushino Hitomi Eigamura (Shozu District, Kagawa Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! The Spectacular Kankakei Gorge & Ropeway (Shozu District, Kagawa Prefecture)
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Olive Trees & Magic Broomsticks @ Olive Hill (Shodoshima, Shozu District, Kagawa Prefecture)【PR】
Shodoshima Landscape Photo Contest (24 Spots)! Capturing Love @ Angel Road (Shodoshima, Shozu District, Kagawa Prefecture)【PR】
Kinco. hostel + cafe : A Combined Cafe & Hostel in Central Takamatsu City (Kagawa Prefecture)
Iya Soba : Gourmet Cuisine from Iya, One of the 3 Major Mystical Regions of Japan (Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture)
Sobamai: Mystical Buckwheat Seed Porridge (Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture)
Refined Gifts from the City of Socialites / Writer Baton Hyogo -> Tokushima Edition
Sakuramomoichigo no Sato: The Ultimate Strawberry Daifuku Made from Sanagouchi Village Strawberries!
Hayashi no Okonomiyaki: Welcome to the Tempting World of Flour Based Food!
Try First-Rate Vegetable Hot Pot Seasoned with Japanese Black Beef Tail Soup Broth @ Shintokushima Ryori Katayama, a Great Restaurant for Local Dishes!
“Boke Mart”, An Excellent Supermarket Filled with Local Ingredients from Iya & Oboke!
Handa Somen: Delicious, One-of-a-Kind, Thick Somen Noodles!
Today, I’d like to talk about Tokushima prefecture’s fruit tomatoes!
The Ochiai community located in the town area of Iya within Miyoshi city, Tokushima prefecture has been designated as an important preservation area by the Japanese government because of its ancient architecture.
Deep in the mountains of Iya, one of Japan's three most secluded areas, there is an area that has been selected for preservation by the Japanese government because of its important architecture.
Introducing local flavors, the Shikoku Sake Festival is held every year in the Ikeda town area of Miyoshi city, Tokushima prefecture. A large event, it has grown to the point that it now attracts around 15,000 sake fans!
Naruto city, located in the northern part of Tokushima prefecture, is the foremost fishermen's town within the Setouchi area. A town that offers a myriad of delicious seafood, one of its most well known marine products is Naruto wakame seaweed, which is grown in the violent currents of the Naruto Strait. With its enormous whirlpools, the seaweed is a true gem.
Otani-yaki or Otani-ware, the style of pottery made in Otani (in the Oasa town area of Naruto city) has been designated as a national traditional handicraft by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Since ancient times, Miyajima has been known as an island where goddesses reside, and even today various legends and folklore remain.