Fuji Rock 2012.

Again the Niseko Pizza bus rolls into Fuji Rock and again Cezar twists my arm to come along for the sleepless adventure that is 7000 pizzas in 5 days.

Without question the La Andy crew are the busiest in the business of food at Fuji. They are flat strapped from the day before the gates open until the last of the crowd loads onto busses back to Tokyo. The boys manage almost no sleep (about 3 hrs a night) and Cezar actually chooses not to sleep. Music is the motivational substance of choice along with redbull and a constant stream of coffee heading from the front of the bus to the kitchen in the back.

The bus is a focal point for everyone converging from the campsite for breakfast (for the now famous Bacon & Egg Rolls – which aren’t actually rolls at all) plus everyone arriving for the day or transiting through the festival entrance. 24hrs a day there’s people camped, in various states of consciousness, in and around the bus taking in the show!

Here’s a few pics from this years Fuji Rock adventure with Niseko Pizza.

You can check out some more of my personal favourites on my blog here: aaronjamieson.com/blog

The line that never ends...

The line that never ends…

Pizza Lovers.

Pizza Lovers.

Arli on the ovens.

Arli on the ovens.

Pizza Babe.

Pizza Babe.

Cezar.

Cezar.

Rollin' dough.

Rollin’ dough.

Camping in the bus' shadow.

Camping in the bus’ shadow.

Bacon and Egg (not)rolls.

Bacon and Egg (not)rolls.

Pizza Lover.

Pizza Lover.

Best & Worst tent winner.

Best & Worst tent winner.

Colour coordinated camping trolly's - of course.

Colour coordinated camping trolly’s – of course.

Suntan?

Suntan?

One of the 15 stages of Fuji.

One of the 15 stages of Fuji.

Fuji Flags.

Fuji Flags.

2.30am at the Niseko Pizza Bus...

2.30am at the Niseko Pizza Bus…

The famous 'Fuji Foot'!

The famous ‘Fuji Foot’!

Pack Up... on the only day of rain...

Pack Up… on the only day of rain…

Toilet Lines.

Toilet Lines.

The Crew 2012!!

The Crew 2012!!

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