Monthly Archives for November 2013
Coming to Tokyo in December? Remember to visit the new SKYTREE TOWER in Chirstmas mood/version which lighted-up in green. Chirstmas Skytree is stunning!
When winter comes and brings icy cold wins to Wajima, the local people of Ozo Town use magaki, fences made of Japanese timber bamboo, to protect their houses. Aside from being functional, the fences give the neighborhood a wonderful ambiance.
“Senmaida” literally means “one thousand rice paddies,” but the senmaida of the Noto Peninsula contain almost double that amount. Each of the rice paddies is too small for modern machines to be used, so farmers must plant and harvest their … Continue reading
Misty morning at Taikodani Inari Shrine (太鼓谷稲成神社), the fifth largest Inari Shrine in Japan.
One of the most popular spots of the coastal area, Mitsukejima Rock towers over the ocean. There is a small rock path that allows visitors to get a closer look at the 30-meter-tall rock.