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
(Kyoto, Japan) This really calms me down. I think the Japanese had it right when they said that "A round window give you peace when looking the outside nature. Square windows interrupt this peace, is aggressive and give a stress sensation"
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!
Smiling Jizo statue of Enko-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan もっと見る