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Nathan Dimmock

Coffee, Travel and Tech 👨‍💻

Nathan is a computer scientist who likes designing, engineering and operating compute infrastructures at scale. Currently on assignment in Tokyo, moving to Japan after the global COVID pandemic has reignited his passion for travel writing and photography. Some blog posts about technology and other geeky topics are also inevitable.

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Hama-rikyu Gardens in Tokyo

With the Imperial Palace Gardens and Shinjuku Gyoen both closed on Mondays it seemed our plans might be foiled until we spotted Hama-rikyu Gardens in our guide book.

Matsumoto 🏯

Matsumoto Castle was one of the highlights of our visit to Japan in 2012 and so we were pleased to be able to return as part of our summer travels in Japan.