About

My name’s Ed Jacob and I’m from Canada originally, but have been living in Japan since 1993. I work for a small publishing company and English school called AtoZ, writing English conversation books and teaching.
I started this blog in February 2008 and update it two or three times a week. I’m gradually moving photos from my Quirky Japan site here, and adding new ones as I take them. My photos are taken with a Canon EOS 40D.
To send me an email, write to “edjacob” with a “1” after it at Gmail.com.

20 Responses to “About”

  1. Rocco Says:

    Hi there!

    My name is Rocco Tavani. Our son is 82nd Airborne and finished his tour in Iraq and is now staioned in Japan. He loves it by the way.

    While searching for ideas for him for Christmas I got the crazy idea that he would really get a kick out of this… is there any wat to get one of the Japan Self-Defense Forces Morning Musume Recruitment poster?

    If there is ANY way, please email back and let me know how to go about it, please.

    Thanks, Rocco

    roc0t@sbcglobal.net

  2. Matt Says:

    Ed, thanks for your posts. I visited Japan last year to assist our customer there. I really enjoyed the beauty of Japan and I now miss it sometimes. I enjoy seeing your posts.

    -Matt

  3. bloggedbento Says:

    Hi Ed

    I’ve been living in Japan for just over a year (down south in Kyushuu), and I just want to say that this is one of the most interesting Japan blogs that i’ve come across… wonderful photos, great links, and fascinating content. I’ll be visiting your site often!

  4. jamuchan Says:

    Fabulous job here, Ed! It really takes me back to when I lived in Japan for 6+ years over 2 years ago…I definitely miss its quirky-ness, but am happy observing from afar now. ;) I’ll be looking forward to your posts!

  5. hentan Says:

    Hi,may I know how do you get traffic for your blog?Thanks.

  6. tom Says:

    hi Ed
    I just emailed you asking for advice, i hope it doesn’t end up in your junk box!
    Thanks

  7. staff Says:

    Terrific blog. By the way, where in Japan are you?

  8. bungle Says:

    The blog is very interesting, but your photos are amazing! :) Now I’m learning Japanese and I found very interesting facts about the Japanese culture. :) Happy New Year!

  9. Kelly Says:

    Hi Ed, I found your blog through a link on darkroastedblend and I love it. I’m really interested in Japanese culture so it’s nice to have a website I can see all kinds of things on. :)

  10. davetiye Says:

    I like the style of Japanese life I am living in Turkey, but I will follow with interest the beautiful blog

  11. expatseek Says:

    Not at all sure what to make of that! Japanese style is sure unique

  12. Anonymous Says:

    I miss this blog!!! Any chance new posts are in your future?

  13. Andreas Schneider Says:

    hi Ed Jacob
    i like this photo:

    one of my japanese clients would like to use it for a NON PUBLIC, strictly internal presentation –
    please let me know if/how we can use it!
    if you agree, we will certainly give credit in the format you prefer

  14. rahayuelinda Says:

    Hello, are you living in Wakayama? Nice blog.


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