Tag Archives: Treasures

Learning About Japanese History

I began writing about Hosoi Ichiba for iRez salon about a month ago, it was the first of my Gemme Six articles. There are many unique scenes in Amiryu Hosoi’s stylized trip into Japanese History, to the Edo period when … Continue reading

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“Closing Down Hosoi”

Yesterday I got a notecard title: “Closing Down Hosoi” from Amiryu Hosoi, owner of the Hosoi Ichiba sim group. I read the notecard a couple of times to be sure I fully understood what is happening. I know that in the past … Continue reading

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The Great Matsumoto Castle

A few days ago PrimPerfect ran an article about Hosoi Ichiba, one of my favorite places in all of Second Life. I was even asked my Amiryu Hosoi to be one of her spokespeople and to work with PrimPerfect but … Continue reading

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Dragons in the Rice Fields

Today was the 2nd performance of the Yume No Ukihashi Okiya, celebrating Japanese New Year. The show was billed as “When Dragons Ruled the Skies”, performed in the rice fields of Japan Chubu, under the presence of the great Matsumoto … Continue reading

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The Artistry of Junkyard Blues, Part 2

I learned a lot of Second Life sailing recently. I’ve learned that some problems I had ascribed to my own poor seamanship were, erm, mostly due to problems crossing sim (what did I expect, right?). Ntl, I’ve switched to motor … Continue reading

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Something Awful Has Happened

Takamatsu thrilled me one October night when he proposed marriage atop the Eiffel Tower. The Tower was so big it occupied the entire La Tour Eiffel sim. The Eiffel Tower was built to exact proportions (SL meters) of the real tower. We married … Continue reading

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Springtime @ Calas Galahon

One morning last week I snuck away for an hour and just wandered around Calas Galadhon. It was springtime and as always, my mood filled out with that joyfulness that comes from being in such beautiful surroundings. Winter at Calas … Continue reading

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