Explore Japanese Festival and more!

Japan festival 祭り 愛媛県 新居浜 太鼓祭り

Japan festival 祭り 愛媛県 新居浜 太鼓祭り

I love this. It has a great tranquil, soft beauty.first of all it reminds of the clipping mask tool in Illustrator.secondly,I love the simple black & white color scheme.I especially love how the only thing black are the tree branches,so with the white fill of the A & the white background,it's creating great negative space all over.

Japanese Art Festival — Martin Jancso, letter masks a tree.

Pork Okonomiyaki | Chef Taro. Oh for the love of pete, why aren't there any Asian markets here? WANT.

Lauren, here's an infographic on how to make Pork Okonomiyaki. Imagine this, but with a ton of seafood instead of pork :P

Carp decorations for Japanese boys´ festival

Carp decorations for Japanese boys´ festival, Japon

Aoi-Matsuri, Kyoto - In front of the exit gate of the Imperial place by Takero Kawabata

Japan - Aoi Matsuri (Hollyhock Festival), May Kyoto

錦市場 (京都錦小路商店街 / Nishiki Food Market), 京都市, 京都府, 日本. glow lanterns in Nishiki Tenmangu, Kyoto, Japan // travel

LE FIABE RUSSE DI VICTOR NIZOVTSEV

GoBoiano - 35 Iconic Sights You Can Only See in Kyoto. Such pretty lanterns!

Japanese lantern lighting ceremony

Japanese lantern lighting ceremony(toro nagashi) is celebrated on the last day of the Bon Festival to guide the spirits of the dead back home.

"Hina-matsuri" is a Japanese festival for girls in 3rd March. In Yanagawa, Fukuoka prefecture, people decorate with colorful dolls over the river and go toward up the stream in a boat. ...from this article of no.13 our issue. event management; Yanagawa city tourist association http://www.yanagawa-net.com/eng/midokoro.html

Hina-matsuri is a Japanese festival for girls in March. In Yanagawa, Fukuoka prefecture, people decorate with colorful dolls over the river and go toward up the stream in a boat.

❤ Japan & Kawaii ✖ Blippo ❤

❤ Japan & Kawaii ✖ Blippo ❤ Typical food of Japanese festivals Typical food of Japanese festivals

Japanese water balloons aka yo-yos. They come on a rubber string and have a bit of water in them so they can go up and down (hence the yo-yo).

They come on a rubber string and have a bit of water in them so they can go up and down (hence the yo-yo).

Pinterest
Search