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Red Japanese Umbrella

Maybe I should stop taking pictures of red Japanese umbrellas, but this time I have an excuse: I was trying to explain to a friend how to do it.

Orange Japanese umbrellas - makoto isa

"Untitled" by makoto isa on - This photograph doesn't have a title. However, it appears to be a photo of orange parasols or umbrellas.

Japanese etiquette: A lady always covers her mouth when smiling or laughing. I was never taught this, but do it instinctively anyway - well, with laughing, that is.

Japanese etiquette: A lady always covers her mouth when smiling or laughing. I was never taught this, but do it instinctively anyway - well, with laughing, that is. November songs laughing Mamechiho by Onihide

Wagasa | Japanese umbrella

Wagasa, the traditional japanese umbrella made from bamboo and washi (Japanese paper), is renowned not only for its beauty but also for the precision open/close mechanism.

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