All posts tagged: a blue sky

Leave Tokyo -The Beach, Roses and History-

Don’t leave Tokyo for Kyoto without visiting Kamakura. The Great Buddha is its icon.   A few minutes walk, at Hase Temple, also known as ‘temple of flowers’, hydrangeas were starting blooming. Not only flowers but lots of greens.       Another walk comes […]

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Across the Tama River

Across the bridge from Futako-Tamagawa to Futako-Shinchi  (passing by the huge BBQ zone)… (In reality, I had fun there…)   I found another nostalgic area. Photos from sunny Saturday afternoon.  

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Meiji Jingu Shrine

Sunny holiday Wednesday in Tokyo. Meiji Jingu Shrine is surrounded by a deep forest and tourists will never believe that the forest is located in center of Tokyo. Today, I saw many visitors and some of them were staring at the traditional wedding ceremony which […]

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Do you know what Satoyama is?

Sato: the residential area of human beings. Usually it is spread in the foot of the mountainous landscape. + Yama: mountain =Satoyama: an area where people and nature coexist.     Noto Peninsula is one of the famous places in Japan for its beautiful satoyama and satoumi*. *Umi: sea. […]

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Toranomon Hills

A huge sculpture welcomed me on this sunny day with blue sky at Toranomon Hills. Opened in 2014, this building has restaurants, cafes and a hotel   I like this place because it has lots of chairs and benches in/out side the building. You can […]

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My photo won a silver prize!

Today, I won a silver prize from a photo contest hosted by a shopping building called “Markis Minatomirai” located in Minatomirai, Yokohama City. The photo that won the prize is this one: On the day I went to the Markis Minatomirai, I saw many kids […]

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