Hi, my name is Keiichi Iwasaki. Iam a Japanese man who is travelling around the world. Mostly I travel by bike, but sometimes I walk or handle a boat. To keep traveling I perform magic tricks on the street. This travel started 14years ago,it means I left Japan 2002.: Iam still alive and traveling far, little by little.

Through this journey I would like to find "How we could make world better".

more about my travel,read news below.

Ever dream about packing up and leaving it all behind? Now what if you only had $2 in your pocket? Ten years ago that’s...

National Geographicさんの投稿 2011年9月13日
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Man Bikes Around the World with $2 in Pocket
The Telegraph Cyclist on 30,000-mile, 8-year journey through 37 countries on battered bike
World Truth TV Man Leaves Japan to bike around the world with only 2$
Japanese Web site Musenryokouki


12th,Mrach,2017 I wan on iUmor Romania TV. 30th,March,2016 I was on Italia's got talent TV.

Se lo stipendio non vi è ancora arrivato, ma avete bisogno di contanti fate come il mago Keiichi! #IGT vi aspetta stasera per un'altra incredibile puntata!

TV8 - Canale 8さんの投稿 2016年4月6日

picture0max 「0×0×0 To MAX」
On my journey I stayed in Nepal for one year to study mountaineering. I joined an international expedition and climbed the Mount Everest which has the height of 8848 meters. I started from sea level (0 meter) to reach the top by only using oxygen and my own human strength. The first “0” in this title means “sea level 0 meter”, the second “0” stands for “0 fuel” and the third “0” rates my money: I had “0” money when I started.

retrun0 「Return to 0」
When I reached the top of the world at 8848 meters, a completely opposite idea came to my head. The story continues, but now going down: from 8848 meters to 0 meter, using only my own powers and the powers of nature. I came down to India, walking and cycling, and I got a hand rowing boat from Varanasi to the sea.

kaspian_picture 「Across Caspian Sea」
The Caspian Sea is in fact the biggest lake in the world. When I passed Iran I was wondering: “How big is the Caspian Sea actually?” To find out, I crossed it, using a hand rowing boat again. It took me 25 days.