In Tokyo, the finest old traditions and the latest high technologies work together perfectly. This could give us the feeling that we are close to a crossroads where time doesn't exist anymore.

Sometimes only one meeting changes a journey. Near Senjo-ji Temple, my destiny was to meet a very old man who gave me a few insights into his ancestral Japanese culture. To get a better understanding, he advised me to read “Zen and the Chivalrous Art of Archery” by M. Herrigel. So following that, I read this book througout my stay. It talks about an ultimate quest.

Maybe, we should keep a lot of things about it in mind, but for me one of them echoes back, especially with this culture, and it talks about the way to get knowledge and how you have to manage a good balance between your own experience and what you can learn from your ancestors’ legacy.