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I was a little late to the prime of Autumn Leaves....archive of autumn 2014
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The glowing sunlight in the bamboo grove reminded me of the old Japanese folktale which describes the life of a mysterious girl discovered as a baby inside the stalk of a glowing bamboo plant.
"Akashi kaikyo Bridge", built across the Akashi strait between Kobe (the main island of Japan) and the Awaji island was completed in 1998. Its central span is 1,991 meters (6,529 ft). This is the longest central span of any suspension bridge in the world. The two other sections are each 960 meters. Its overall length is 3,911 meters (12,831 ft). The two supporting towers are 282.8 m (928 ft) high above sea level.
Gateway painted in classical Heian era vermillion. Sanjusangen-do temple Kyoto Japan
At the upside of the roof for "Oasis 21", a huge complex in the Sakae Park, Nagoya. Believe it or not, there is a sharrow and large pond on the roof! What's more, its bottom is completely transparent and you can see people walking on the lower floor through it!
Kōchi Castle is a castle located in Kochi, Kochi Prefecture, Japan. Construction was completed in 1611. Much of the original fortress burned down in 1727; it was reconstructed between 1729 and 1753 in the original style.
The castle underwent major restoration from 1948 to 1959. Though no battles were fought at the castle, it is noteworthy because the castle is the original structure, and not a post-war replica, like many others in japan.
NOTE: There are only 12 castles left in Japan that are considered as “original” !!
It is also the only castle in Japan to retain both its original main keep, and its palace, the residence of the local Daimyo. In fact, it is the only castle to have all the original buildings in the honmaru, or innermost ring of defense, still standing.
Frost is shining Upon the sun light.
Snowy forest melting in the light 【Explore on January 19, 2014】
Monk【Explore on January 23, 2014】
Rascacielos del distrito Nishi-Shinjuku en Shinjuku, Tokio, Japan / Japón・日本・東京・新宿区
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EXPLORE Mar 30, 2011 #21
Pulsa L para ver sobre negro / Hit L to see on black
Pulsa F para marcar como favorita / Hit F to fave
In Japan, Jizo is one of the most loved of all Japanese divinities. His statues are a common sight, especially by roadsides and in graveyards. Traditionally, he is seen as the guardian of unborn, aborted, miscarried, and stillborn babies and children who died before their parents.
Bamboo Forest, Kansai Prefecture
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