Graphic Tour : Amakusa, Japan

A small collection of mostly accidental patterns from the land of dolphins, persimmons and churches (or so says the poster). Handmade signs, draped fish nets, whimsical ceramics and checkered sofas: all these things that instantly make my day! What a great place to wander…


More of Amakusa this way.

Une petite collection de motifs nés pour la plupart du hasard en provenance de cette terre des dauphins, des kakis et des églises (c’est le poster qui le dit). Au programme des écriteaux fait-maison, des filets de pêches qui se drapent, des céramiques fantaisistes et des canapés à carreaux: toutes ces choses qui ont le don de me réjouir! Quelle plaisir de vagabonder par là…


Plus de photos d’Amakusa par ici.



  • Beautiful, beautiful shots! What a fascinating place to capture. I love the little painted bowl, and for some reason I find the lockers utterly enchanting. Thank you for sharing!

    • Reply July 23, 2015

      The Voyageur

      Thanks Rachel! They are only little things, so I’m happy if they please you too 🙂

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