• In fall 2019 I was invited to take part in European Eyes on Japan/Japan Today vol.22 project, organised by EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee in collaboration with Rijeka 2020-European Capital of Culture.
    I went to Mie Prefecture and was based in Ise-City, the home to the most sacred Shinto shrines Naiku and Geku. In and around Ise-City there are over a hundred shrines. I also visited Kumano Kodō, the ancient pilgrimage routes, that are listed as part of UNESCO world heritage sites.