On the Road...

2 October 2007

I was hoping to squeeze one more post in before I go away – but time is running out (again)... I’m off to the US for a photo assignment, and then for another exciting project in Istanbul – can’t wait to see my friends there :) Hopefully I can share some pictures before I go back to Japan in November.

Oh and if you are in NYC, Kelli and Andrew’s first Amai store is opening soon in Gramercy (171 3rd Avenue (between 16th and 17th streets)). They are hoping to launch sometime next week, I’ll be there around that time to take a look and stock up on loads of their gorgeous sweets :)

See you in a few weeks time!

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  • I just wanted to let you know how inspiring your photographs are. When I look at them, there is something raw and simplistic and yet, utterly refined about them that draws me in..it’s delicious art :)

    Posted by HolyBasil | 2 October 2007 #
  • exciting! can’t wait to hear all about it when you get back. enjoy!

    Posted by Kat | 2 October 2007 #
  • sounds exiting!

    Posted by sooishi | 2 October 2007 #
  • Keiko, I hope you will later tell more about your project und friends in IStanbul:) I hope you will have fun on your journey!

    Posted by dilek | 2 October 2007 #
  • Please let us know when you will be in NY so we can see you.

    Posted by striggs | 2 October 2007 #
  • Hi Keiko,

    Good luck with your new assignments! I wish I was in Istanbul so we could meet and I could be your guide :) Do not come back from Istanbul without seeing Grand Bazaar (a huge place with tons of jewellery shops ;) ) and Hagia Sophia. Oh, you also need to go on a Bosphorus Tour and book a table in the Maiden Tower, too, which is literally in the middle of sea.


    Posted by Zeynep Seda | 2 October 2007 #
  • Well, just hurry up and get back to posting. Really, what must we all do? Bribe you? How do peanut butter choc chip cookies sound?

    Posted by Robyn VIckers | 2 October 2007 #
  • oh have fun Keiko! Wonderful things to come up, and guaranteed beautiful pictures.

    Posted by bea at La tartine gourmande | 2 October 2007 #
  • this photo tells me autumn is officially here.
    have a good trip and enjoy your photo shooting (i can only say i am truly jealous)!

    Posted by shereen | 3 October 2007 #
  • Nice picture…

    Posted by g. | 3 October 2007 #
  • Thank you Keiko for another wonderful photo… I’ve got your letter and will be waiting for your come back. Have a wonderful trip!

    Posted by marianna, moscow | 3 October 2007 #
  • keiko, have lots of fun while you’re away, and looking forward to your updates when you return. :D

    Posted by Lil | 3 October 2007 #
  • Keiko I’m soooo excited for you. You pretty much rock everything.
    Have fun with your friends!

    Love xxx

    ps. I really need to visit Japan sometime – I’m actually already planning a trip for my little sister and I, but don’t know when we’ll both be able to make it. Haaa crzay schedules!

    Posted by fanny | 3 October 2007 #
  • Have fun! What part of the US are you headed to?

    Posted by Philip Chi | 3 October 2007 #
  • Your beautiful photo makes me want Autumn to come around again. I have to wait another two seasons! (I’m in Melbourne, Australia)

    Hope you have a wonderful time. Istanbul seems so exciting and exotic! :)

    Posted by Linda | 4 October 2007 #
  • will you ever come to Israel?

    Posted by Yael, Israel | 4 October 2007 #
  • Have a gr8 time Keiko and come back with loads of cherry blossom photos frm Japan for us :)

    Posted by Kate | 5 October 2007 #
  • This is my first visit to your site and it is fantastic! Your pictures are absolutely amazing…so real yet unreal!

    Posted by M&Ms | 7 October 2007 #
  • dearest keiko,
    i just know you’ll do a beyond fabulous job on all the exciting projects you have lined up and can’t wait to see your update and sigh over your beautiful pictures!

    ps: i won’t be able to make it to tokyo afterall in the same period; am really sad about it!

    Posted by Joycelyn | 8 October 2007 #
  • As autumn is so late in coming to Britain this year it was lovely to be reminded how beautiful the season can be. It is worth the colder weather. Enjoy whatever weather you encounter on your trips.

    Posted by Tamsin wimhurst | 8 October 2007 #
  • you have a beautiful blog, i just discovered it!

    Posted by sandra | 8 October 2007 #
  • I don’t always find photography to be particularly inspiring. Pretty yes, but rarely inspiring. You, however,are most assuredly inspiring! Your photos make me feel otherworldly. Amazing! Thank you for sharing…always enjoyed!

    Posted by Uncle Beefy | 9 October 2007 #
  • what an amazing photo

    Posted by Maninas: Food Matters | 13 October 2007 #
  • Istanbul?!? I am so jealous. I’m so glad that the world has discovered your pictures and is having you go around the world to take more :) It was so good to see you this past week, I only wish we could have had more time. I hope your trip back went well.

    Posted by Kelli | 14 October 2007 #
  • What a simple but stunning photo. That red is my favorite color produced in all of nature. Gorgeous treatment of it.

    Posted by Annemarie | 15 October 2007 #
  • Great picture d’Automne

    Posted by Flo Bretzel | 19 October 2007 #
  • Hi Keiko,

    I just found your blog and am so in awe of your photography. I posted a rhubarb recipe on my blog, and included a link to your site, along with your images of rhubarb desserts. www.crosspollination.wordpress.com
    I can’t wait to read all your posts. Good luck on your assignment and travels.

    Posted by Brooke | 23 October 2007 #
  • What a wonderful autumn shot! Hope you have a very successful and exciting trip – can’t wait to see your shots of Turkey when you return :)

    Posted by Jeanne | 23 October 2007 #
  • hey keiko, we could not pass more time in istanbul, i hope we meet again and cook together:) and i hope you enjoy our colorfull market and the magic city..

    Posted by dilara erbay | 25 October 2007 #
  • Hello! I have been reading your blog for so long, and this is my first comment. I’ve been too nervous and anxious and intimidated to do so before, but I truly am just imfatuated with your photographs and everything on here! Hope all is well. :]

    Posted by Gabriela | 31 October 2007 #
  • I love this photo.

    Posted by Halley | 8 July 2010 #
  • Keiko,
    Thank you for your suggestion that I can use Agar-agar as a subsitute for Geletine. I have not checked out your site for some little time so please fogive me for being so tardy in replying! Best Wishes, Ann Thomas

    Posted by Greenplum | 31 July 2010 #
  • I love those autumn colors! Excellently focused and great shot!

    Posted by Simjen Photo | 17 January 2012 #

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