Adam H. Graham is a freelance food and travel journalist and regular contributor to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Condé Nast Traveler, and several other international publications. Born in the US, Adam now lives in Switzerland where he spends a lot of time on trains, birdwatching in the alps, and exploring restaurants and food markets in neighboring Italy and France. He typically spends about two months a year in Asia, often in Japan, but is always looking for ways to continue traveling and lower his carbon footprint.
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Whether it’s when the irises open, the tomatoes are hung, the manatees migrate or the lobsters lose their shells — to everything there is a season. Japan might be the most poetic, but Adam H. Graham finds microseasons enrich your travels everywhere.
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