Tokugawa Leyasu, the first of the Tokugawa shoguns - Japan

A spectacular Shinto Shrine dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate who died in The richly decorated gate is called "higurashi-no-mon," meaning that one could look at it until sundown

Roller-slide at Yamabiko-no-Mori in Takatsuki, Osaka, Japan (山びこの森、大阪府高槻市)

roller-slide down a hill at yamabiko-no-mori in takatsuki (Takatsuki, Osaka City) Yep got to do this :-)

terraced rice-fields in Niigata, Japan

Terraced rice-fields in Niigata, Japan. Remembering a meal of plain steamed Niigata rice in a bowl - among the best in the world

Narita-shi, Chiba-ken, Japan

Narita-shi, Chiba-ken, Japan This picture has captured me! i love the idea of travelling in Japan.

Itsukushima Shrine with Miyajima Torii,Japan, silhouette at dusk.

19 Reasons to Love Japanan an Unforgettable Travel Destination

Kobe Luminarie, Japan ~ A light festival held in Kobe, Japan, every December since 1995 to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of that year.

Kobe Luminarie, Japan: A light festival held in Kobe, Japan, every December since 1995 to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of that year. The lights were donated by the Italian Government.

Lanterns at Danjo Garan (壇場伽藍), Koyasan, #Japan #garden #love

Lanterns at Danjo Garan (壇場伽藍), Koyasan. Koyasan is an incredible destination - ancient temples, rock gardens, a sacred graveyard, all set atop a mountain surrounded by forest.

At Hirobun in Kyoto diners have to snare their fresh nagashi somen (cold, thin wheat noodles) with chopsticks by the mouthful as they are carried along by a stream of fresh water running down a half-pipe of bamboo.

From Kurama to Kibune: Hiking in northeastern Kyoto

At Hirobun in Kyoto diners have to snare their fresh nagashi somen (cold, thin wheat noodles) with chopsticks by the mouthful as they are carried along by a stream of fresh water running down a half-pipe of bamboo.

Rikuro Ojisan no Mise - Namba, Osaka, Japan. Famous for its light and fluffy Japanese cheesecakes!

Rikuro Ojisan no Mise - Namba, Osaka, Japan. Famous for its light and fluffy Japanese cheesecakes! <<< these look heavenly

Pinterest
Search