Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // Nylon Mag, BLONDE Mag, INDIE Mag, VICE, adidas etc.
casting / photo production / visual concept creation / social media






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Osaka Diary Part I

Indie goes Japan

Traveling and blogging... that's one thing I (obviously) really suck at. There is so much to see and so much to shoot that I hardly find the time to edit all pictures and even less time for putting them online. Instagram and snapchat might work, the blog always suffers. So sorry for being a bit absent over here... Thanks to really hot temperatures (39 degrees in Shanghai) I can't do much other than sitting in air conditioned rooms anyway. That means I can at least get some work done! Pros and cons to everything.

Well our round trip for Indie Magazine started in Osaka where we stayed about 5 days. Since we didn't really have a shooting happening yet, there was all the time in the world to do some sight seeing. We also happened to meet some lovely people that showed us exactly the right places and Osaka turned out to be a great start into our Japan adventures. I've researched some of the places we've been to and eaten and made you a little list below! In case anyone of you travels there soon, make sure to check it out!

"Sushi Kaiba" (本等鮨 海馬)
Not the cheapest, but definitely one of the best sushi I had in my life. Also all kind of rare specialties if you dare to try them all. It's also beautifully arranged and looks rather like a piece of art than something you would eat.

"Tsurutontan" Undon
This is a place that has several locations around Japan (and we went again and again in Tokyo) and serves the best Udon (thick noodles in delicious broth) I had during my stay here. I always tried the beef one, but apparently the "all in" version is a must try. You can choose if you want more noodles (without having to pay extra), but usually the normal portion they give you is more than enough!

"Super Tamade"
This place is like neon-wonderland that also sells all kinds of things for very cheap prices. Friends showed us this place and we stocked up on snacks, mochi, and everything that we thought was worth buying. There are several around and most of them are open24/7

"Shinsekai" area
It's probably a very busy area during the evening / nights or on the weekends... We strolled through it when there was almost no one around. It's basically an amusing area with loads of bars and restaurants. Everything is so colourful and full of weird little things that you really don't know where to start shooting your photos first.

July 29, 2016

Labels: On track, Sail the Seas