What do back-stabbing samurai and tea houses have to do with my love for the Japanese sword?
It always helps me to have the Sensei adjust everything to where it needs to be, and then I work backwards from there.
My bus squeals to a stop in front of me as the door pops open simultaneously. Bit of a rough driver, but good to see the brakes still work. "Douzo!" The bus driver sings over a speaker as the 5 people lined up in front of me begin to pile into the bus. I step... Continue Reading →
In addition to the introduction about why I started this blog, I want to give a short introduction to the name and lifestyle of the person writing this. I chose the name "A Soul in a Sword" because I started Iaido around spring in 2017. For those who don't know, the practice of drawing a... Continue Reading →
Online content surrounding Japan is really limitless. There are countless J-vloggers, and J-bloggers out there who feel their experiences are worth the global stage, and some look for popularity in doing so. For me however, this blog has been started for a different reason. Just like several bloggers & vloggers who inspired my big move... Continue Reading →