Japan's Nakasendo Walk | Kevin Kelly

Japan’s Nakasendo Walk. Photography by Kevin Kelly. The Nakasendo is an old road in Japan that connects Kyoto to Tokyo - it was once a major foot highway. I want to back pack Tokyo to Kyoto make it happen!

Shirakawa, Japan

Shirakawa, Japan - 19 Truly Charming Places To See Before You Die // Shirakawa is known for it’s triangle-shaped houses, a style known as gassho, where the roofs resemble hands folded in prayer (the slope helps snow slide down more easily).

➰ No matter how hard the past, we can always begin again ~Buddha (Jizo statues at Ohara Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan)

BUDDHA~Cuddling Jizo statues at Ohara Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan

Autumn in children Jizo at Enko-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan LYNN we have got to find Jizo statues for our gardens :):) xoxoxox

Autumn in children Jizo at Enko-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan. The return of the little Jizo (Enko-ji temple 圓光寺)

Living Still Life <3  (Washitsu - 和室 - Japanese room) (Meigetsu-in - 明月院) in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan

Living Still Life (Washitsu - 和室 - Japanese room) (Meigetsu-in - 明月院) in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan Tea in Japan is a must for me!

JP: Spring view from the same window of Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan

Another great example of great interior design and ultimately symmetry and composition based on the viewer in the room - Meigetsu-in, Japan: photo by feel_so_happy,

Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan 明月院 鎌倉

Beautiful round door/window and the lights on the ceiling Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan 明月院 鎌倉

Yabusame 流鏑馬 - Japanese traditional mounted archery

Japanese martial art Yabusame 流鏑馬 - TRUE AIM: An archer dressed in traditional samurai garb displays Yabusame (archery while on horseback) during an annual demonstration of century Japanese martial arts in Tokyo.

Hohshi Onsen (hot spring) 'Chojukan' Japanese Onsen Ryokan (inn). Gunma 法師温泉 長寿館

Hoshionsen Chojukan Japanese Onsen Ryokan I like the windows.Japan does this a lot, low windows, for those sitting on the floor to see out.

Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan: photo by Ichiro Hiura

Meigetsu-in temple, Kamakura, Japan: photo by Ichiro Hiura. This is really neat in that it is framed by the window. Just more ideas :)

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