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Mizuya-chaya (Nara)-  Lovely thatched-roofed tea house near Kasuga Taisha Shrine by pchan22, via Flickr

Mizuya-chaya (Nara)- Lovely thatched-roofed tea house near Kasuga Taisha Shrine

〈桂離宮(朝日新聞撮影)〉 新御殿の明かり障子を開け放つと、紅葉が広がった

〈桂離宮(朝日新聞撮影)〉 新御殿の明かり障子を開け放つと、紅葉が広がった

Garden of the Tokyo National Museum with historic tea houses | Real Japanese Gardens

Garden of the Tokyo National Museum with historic tea houses

Wakayama

Kumano Nachi Taisha, Wakayama, Japan - It is part of the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range, UNESCO site.

A lakeside tea room (and maybe place for meditation?)Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

Our house in Japan really was built over a koy pond like this! We had a huge, 8 inch thick piece a glass for viewing, right in the middle of the living room floor. This one is from Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan.

Kumanoza shrine, Kumamoto, Japan 熊野座神社~this minds me on the film hotarubi no mori e

Beautiful Places...Moon Bridge, Taipei, Taiwan, photo by bbe022001 via Flickr.

Jindai Bridge, Dahu Park (Taipei, Taiwan) Known as the "Moon Bridge", it gets its name from the perfect circle that forms thanks to the arch's reflection in the calm water of the pond.

東大寺の万灯供養会、観相窓からの大仏さんと初対面し感心しました。 境内には2500基の灯籠が整然と並び、約1万の灯りに浮かび上がる巨大な大仏殿とその境内は、お盆に相応しい印象的な夜でした。

Buddhist Lantern Festival at Todaiji Temple, Nara, Japan. Photography by Masaru-san

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