Il tempio di Fushimi Inari è il quartier generale di circa 30.000 templi Inari sparsi in Giappone dove si prega la divinità della raccolta. Inari è la divinità del riso mentre le volpi sono i suoi messaggeri. Molte statue raffiguranti una volpe possono quindi essere trovate all'interno del complesso #Giappone #Travel (by Izaskun Herrojo Salas)

Torii gates at Fushimi Inari shrine, Kyoto, Japan 伏見稲荷 京都 I'd like to visit this shrine! It's the place with the many torii gates, if I'm not wrong

2017.5.21 今日の朝ごはん ★おにぎり  ★大根と人参の味噌汁  ★かじきの西京焼き  ★株とラディッシュの塩昆布和え  ★厚揚げの焼肉のタレ炒め  ★ほうれん草の胡麻和え .

2017.5.21 今日の朝ごはん ★おにぎり ★大根と人参の味噌汁 ★かじきの西京焼き ★株とラディッシュの塩昆布和え ★厚揚げの焼肉のタレ炒め ★ほうれん草の胡麻和え .

Kyoto, Japan

Heianjingu-Shrine, Kyoto, Japan – one of my favorite places in the world and it's especially beautiful during cherry blossom season.

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10 Things To Do When in Harajuku by Japan Lover Me​ – (2015 Version) | Kawaii Japan Lover Me

Day 2 - april -(Harajuku + Shibuya) ♡ 10 Things To Do When in Harajuku by Japan Lover Me​ - Version) ♡ Take a picture at the iconic Takeshita Dori banner Visit Meiji Shrine / Meiji Jingu Dine at Kawaii Monster Cafe H.

guia ilustrada shibuya

Guía ilustrada de las ciudades más importantes de Japón

Kajuji Temple, Kyoto, Japan, Sprig, Sakura, Cherry Blossom, Flower

Kajuji Temple, Kyoto, Japan, Sprig, Sakura, Cherry Blossom, Flower

Japanese Architecture

Japanese Architecture

amazing

Have had the pleasure of living in Washington DC and celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival - a gift from the Japanese people. Someday I'd like to go to Japan and visit their ancestors! - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Kawase Hasui, Evening Snow at Terashima Village, 1920 (source).

Kawase Hasui, Evening Snow at Terashima Village, 1920 (source).

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Kimonos are traditional Japanese style clothes. "Kimono" meant "something you wear" originally. Long ago, people in Japan wore kimonos every day. Now, people only wear a kimono for special occasions such as formal ceremonies.

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