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Japan Travel Inspiration - Kintai Bridge, Iwakuni, Japan Dying to go for cherry blossom season!

Las "siete virtudes" del bushido: 義 Gi - justicia (decisiones correctas) Sé honrado en tus tratos con todo el mundo. Cree en la justicia, pero no en la que emana de los demás, sino en la tuya propia. Para un auténtico samurái no existen las tonalidades de gris en lo que se refiere a honradez y justicia. Sólo existe lo correcto y lo incorrecto. 勇 Yu- Coraje Álzate sobre las masas de gente que temen actuar. Ocultarse como una tortuga en su caparazón no es vivir. Un samurái debe tener valor...

‘Samurai Ronin Japan art samurai sword armor samurai mask katana sword samurai avatar japan poster japan wall decor japan poster japan print costume samurai clothing samurai decall samurai avatar’ Metal Print by Mariusz Szmerdt

Back alley in Kyoto, Japan

Even their Back alley in Kyoto, Japan are clean. So many could learn from this example of a people and country. CANADA TIME TO WAKE UP

"BEEN THERE. DONE THAT" :) Fushimi Inari Shrine is a beautiful never ending series of brightly colored orange gates. If you keep going up you hit a beautiful lake. Guarded by dogs that protect your rice.

Fushimi Inari Shrine (Kyoto) is a beautiful never ending series of brightly colored orange gates. If you keep going up you hit a beautiful lake. Guarded by dogs that protect your rice.

¿Has visto las primeras flores de los cerezos? En estos parques contemplarás la…

It's now cherry blossom (sakura) season in Japan and is the national flower. Ever since Japan gave the US cherry trees back in it is celebrated every year at the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Night corridor at Hase-dera temple, Nara, Japan

thekimonogallery: “Night corridor at Hase-dera temple, Nara, Japan ”

【海外の反応】まるでモネの絵画のような日本の写真…日本の雨はこんなにも美しい | ワンダーラスト通信

The Nachi Water Fall is 133 meters high, 13 meters wide, and has a water flow of one ton per second. This is actually the highest waterfall in Japan and the object of the worship in the Kumano Nachi Grand Shrine.

Kyoto, Japan Inari Taisha Shrine Statues of menacing kitsune (foxes), said to have the magic power to take possession of human spirits, alternate with torii gates. The sanctuary is composed of several buildings, including the Sakura-mon Gate (桜門) and Go-Honden Shrine (御本殿), followed by a 4km tunnel made of thousands of red torii gates making their way through the woods.

Kyoto, Japan Inari Taisha Shrine Statues of menacing kitsune (foxes)

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