About





Why we blog:

This blog is about making life a little less ordinary.
It's about encouraging others to give into a daydream or twenty.

It's about working hard to make good things happen - no matter how long it takes.
It's about appreciating the all too familiar little details in our lives in all their quiet glory.
It's about learning new things and remembering forgotten things.

It's about making our own happiness rather than waiting for some magic to fall into our laps.
It's about far off places and our own back gardens.
It's about getting our hands dirty, looking life right in the eye and not running away.
It's about finding new meaning and new ways to see.



Who we are:

Curious by nature husband, wife and baby team who collect soulful experiences to cherish. Working hard to see the world one adventure at a time and explore timeless honest design that embodies heart and goes against throwawayism.

"Such is our way of thinking—we find beauty not in the in the thing itself but in the patterns of shadows, the light and the darkness, the one thing against another creates." Tanizaki Junichiro


About Worshipblues:

House of Worshipblues is the draughty space with a surprise around every corner. 
This is a blog about lifestyle, travel, inspiration, design, ideas, the search for all things with "soul" and some good stuff in between. Like a huge forgotten mansion on a hilltop, the view is varied and spectacular. 


Photos are (unless otherwise stated) taken by us.


We travel, we learn, we listen and we feel our way around the world looking for soulful moments to enjoy and remember.



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There are many ways to get in touch with Worshipblues. If sending a note via pigeon is not your thing then perhaps one of the options in my sidebar might suit you better.


日本語でのご連絡もお待ちしております。
気軽にどうぞ。

Email: Questions @ worshipblues . com


Thanks for reading!

Yasumi + Hiro 


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2 comments:

  1. This pic of you both makes me happy. It couldn't be more perfect or fitting to the voice of your blog!

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  2. Baba Yaga far from her fairytale into her folktale is quite different. She is a grandmother of the archaic slavic tradition, binder of the dead, demon slayer, black shaman elder. www.facebook.com/SlavicFolkloreDreams (see her Album and the writing there) : )

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