Aizu Sazaedo, Fukushima, Japan : Inside the stairless one of a kind temple in Aizu City, the floors run atop each other in such a way that you will never pass a person coming the opposite direction.

Stair-less Aizu Sazaedo, Fukushima, Japan : Inside the stairless one of a kind temple in Aizu City, the floors run atop each other in such a way that you will never pass a person coming the opposite direction.

Back alley in Kyoto, Japan

Even their Back alley in Kyoto, Japan are clean. So many could learn from this example of a people and country. CANADA TIME TO WAKE UP

Japanese architecture, black matte traditional floor in traditional style house

Love the deep grain on this floor. Japanese corridor, tottalt the cusacappe house( my neighbour Totoro).

Kyoto,Japan

10月初め秋というにはまだ早い京都と天橋立に行ってきました。その2「清水寺の御朱印と和菓子の買い出し」 (東山・祇園・北白川

Miao Valley , Nagano, Japan

During the Edo period there were five roadways that connected Edo (modern day Tokyo) and outlying regions. The Nakasendo linked Edo and Kyoto, and ran through central Japan. This trail was dotted by many stopover towns and Ma

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