A Cup Of Tea In Tokyo

by Dec 3, 2016Thoughts

Dear World,

I am writing to you from Philadelphia where I am performing tonight opening for Carbon Leaf. Yesterday I was in Manhatten for a press day and then later a show in New Jersey. Life keeps barreling along till pretty soon my Asian adventure with my older brother Joe will be just another box of photographs scattered in the attics of my mind, but I will always cherish my cup of Tea in Tokyo at a Japanese garden in the middle of that neon city. See photos below as well other highlights from our trip.

Rikugien Gardens




Shinjuku Golden Gai contains 200 bars in about 6 narrow alleys. It’s basically a hipster’s paradise.


And of course Shibuya Crossing




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