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kuroyuki: “ Yabusame - 21 by Bernard Languillier on Flickr. Über Flickr: The Kamakura Yabusame festival is probably Japan’s most impressive demonstration of horse back Japanese archery. It takes place every year mid April in the Kamakura Hachiman...

kuroyuki: “ Yabusame - 21 by Bernard Languillier on Flickr. Über Flickr: The Kamakura Yabusame festival is probably Japan’s most impressive demonstration of horse back Japanese archery. It takes place every year mid April in the Kamakura Hachiman...

These are miko shrine maidens performing a special Shinto Shaden Kagura dance ritual during the annual On-Matsuri festival, a traditional Shinto religious festival held at the Kasuga Wakamiya Shrine in the ancient Japanese city of Nara, Japan. In older days, miko were considered shamans, but today they take on a more lighter role as priestesses or ceremonial duties.

These are miko shrine maidens performing a special Shinto Shaden Kagura dance ritual during the annual On-Matsuri festival, a traditional Shinto religious festival held at the Kasuga Wakamiya Shrine in the ancient Japanese city of Nara, Japan. In older days, miko were considered shamans, but today they take on a more lighter role as priestesses or ceremonial duties.

Ceiling paint at Kennin Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Ceiling paint at Kennin Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Sakura Lanterns, with Japanese kanji characters. Sakura (櫻花) means cherry tree in Japan, and this style of lantern is associated with the annual cherry blossom festival (hanami, 花見, lit. "flower viewing"). Hanami at night is called yozakura (夜桜, literally night sakura). In many places such as Ueno Park, these temporary paper lanterns are hung for the purpose of yozakura. #Sakura #LanterFestival #Japan - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.gorgonia.it

Sakura Lanterns, with Japanese kanji characters. Sakura (櫻花) means cherry tree in Japan, and this style of lantern is associated with the annual cherry blossom festival (hanami, 花見, lit. "flower viewing"). Hanami at night is called yozakura (夜桜, literally night sakura). In many places such as Ueno Park, these temporary paper lanterns are hung for the purpose of yozakura. #Sakura #LanterFestival #Japan - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.gorgonia.it

FLICKR / GIYU

FLICKR / GIYU

JAPAN  (・ω・)ノ

JAPAN (・ω・)ノ

雪の北鎌倉~円覚寺・東慶寺・浄智寺 olympus

雪の北鎌倉~円覚寺・東慶寺・浄智寺 olympus

Moomin Stand

Moomin Stand

miko (shrine maiden)at Kasuga Grand Shrine, Nara, Japan

miko (shrine maiden)at Kasuga Grand Shrine, Nara, Japan

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