Our time in Takamatsu was fantastic! We had great campers in a great city with great food, what more could one ask for? A day of exploring Noguchi’s studio and sculpture garden, a modern stone carving studio, a reviving meal at the world’s most beautiful udon noodle house (really? you’re supposed to eat them in 1 continuous slurp?!), and days of exploring what’s possible with brush lettering & type design.
Our little hotel in Takamatsu was adorable and the food was always fabulous (can you tell what matters to me? Yes, it’s food. Always.). It was a great location, just a few blocks from an art supply store and a few blocks the other way to the seaside and the downtown shopping district. It was all so relaxing and mellow, just the right place for us to learn and explore together.
Thanks to Adobe Japan & Morisawa Type Foundry for sending their designers for some extra training and thanks to our wonderful students that helped me learn more Japanese! (Yes, my nickname was ‘kimi’ = egg yolk. No, don’t even ask.)