Monthly Archives for April 2015
Good morning from Nakamise street leading to the famous Asakusa Temple in Tokyo. These small stalls lining both side of the street sell all manner of merchandise, ranging from colorful fans, ukiyo-e (woodblock prints), kimono and other robes, Buddhist scrolls, … Continue reading
Kaiseki is a course meal where items are served one at a time. Kaiseki can be eaten at traditional Japanese ryotei restaurants or kaiseki restaurants. Only the finest ingredients are used in the preparation of the meal, and service is … Continue reading
Located in downtown Sapporo, Nakajima Park is a large area of greenery and water with a number of wonderful attractions and cultural facilities. It’s just the right timing now to view the sakura cherry blossoms in Sapporo. The trees are planted along Kamokamo River & some in … Continue reading
The main gate of Zojo-ji was built in 1622. It is the family temple of the Tokugawa clan. Zojo-ji is a really picturesque place that it is surrounded by trees and with Tokyo Tower and the Atago Green Hills skyscraper … Continue reading
It’s the blooming season for Wisteria flowers. Kameido Tenjin Shrine is known as the best place in Tokyo to view Wisterias. This flower is too beautiful when dangled from wisteria trellises. Period open from now until May 6th.