Entre tiendas de marca y edificios de renombre arquitectónico encontramos el templo Zenkoji una isla de paz y tranquilidad entre las bulliciosas calles de Omotesando y Aoyama. Visto así de noche y nevado no parece que estemos en pleno centro de Tokio verdad? || Between top fashion shops and renowned buildings in the world of architecture we find Zenkoji temple an island of peace and quiet in the middle of two of Tokyo's busiest streets Omotesando and Aoyama streets. At night and snowed it…
Shimoda, Shizuoka, Japan ペリーロード ･ a River Canal; an old, quaint Shintoｰbridge; Weeping Willows on both sides of the Canalｰriver; and a residential area tooｰ all in one place just like how it was hundreds of years ago . Only in Japan.
“Idiot for Noodles”, Kyoto Ramen You Won’t Forget _ Then it was my turn. This flaming ramen is called negi ramen (ネギらめん), or “scallion ramen” _ Pretty -- Men-Baka Ramen Restaurant (めん馬鹿) -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2013 Jeffrey Friedl
Walking into Gonpachi aka the Kill Bill Restaurant in Tokyo, the first thing that came into my head, as a big grin enveloped my face was Da Da Da! from Tomoyasu Hotei& song, & Without Honor or Humanity& Kill Bill is one of my favourite movies and I wasn&
Irori, Japan. Irori (いろり, 囲炉裏, 居炉裏) are a type of traditional sunken hearth common in Japan. Used for heating the home and cooking food, irori are essentially square pits in the floor with a pot hook, or jizaikagi (自在鉤). These hooks generally were hollow bamboo tubes containing an iron rod, with an attached lever, often shaped like a fish, that would allow the pot or kettle to be raised or lowered. Source: Wikipedia.