Jeffrey Friedl's Blog » Sliding Down a Mountain Slide, In Style
We had a fun trip today to a small food/entertainment area in the mountains of northern Takatsuki City (高槻市), an hour or so west of Kyoto. The main objective that I'll post about another time (Update: here) was the picking of (and grilling of and eating) shiitake mushrooms (椎茸), but we also had fun at a play area that included a slide of rollers for 80m (260') down a hill. UPDATE: for more information about...
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File name: 08_05_000132 Title: Japan Created/Published: Tokyo : Kyodo Printing Co. Ltd. Date issued: 1910-1959 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print (poster) : color Genre: Travel posters; Prints Subjects: Tourism; Deer; Pagodas; Japan. Tetsudōshō Notes: Title from item.; Printed in Japan Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: Rights status not evaluated
Two Koi Swimming Towards Happiness Asian Art Poster Print
A 9x24 inch art print of two koi swimming towards happiness. Koi are a beautiful and frequently used motif in Asian art. Because it struggles against the current of the river it has become the emblem of strength in perseverance. The image of two Koi swimming together is often used to symbolize a long and happy marriage. The calligraphy character in the upper right corner of the picture is the kanji symbol for happiness. The original was a watercolor painting. The art is printed in…
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