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odditiesoflife:

Sagano Bamboo Forest, Japan

This stunning bamboo forest is located in the Arashiyama district on the west outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. It is one of the most amazing natural sites in the country. An interesting fact about Sagano Bamboo Forest is the sound that the wind makes while it blows through the bamboo. Amazingly enough, this sound has been voted on as one of the “one hundred must-be-preserved sounds of Japan” by the Japanese government. Another interesting fact – the railing on the sides of the road is composed out of old, dry and fallen parts of bamboo.

Arashiyama Bamboo Forest

I want to visit this place someday.

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zetsuubo:

Can I stop trying?
Yes | No

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thekimonogallery:

Japanese horse back archery, Yabusame 流鏑馬.  At the budo, or martial arts, tournament and exhibition at Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine. via Tokyobling.  

thekimonogallery:

Japanese horse back archery, Yabusame 流鏑馬.  At the budo, or martial arts, tournament and exhibition at Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine. via Tokyobling.  

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taishou-kun:

Michael Chandler
Geiko Naokazu 尚可寿 dressed as the 13th century writer Madame Fujiwara-Tameie (Abutsu Ni) in the Jidai Matsuri 時代祭 at Kyouto 京都, Japan - 2011

taishou-kun:

Michael Chandler

Geiko Naokazu 尚可寿 dressed as the 13th century writer Madame Fujiwara-Tameie (Abutsu Ni) in the Jidai Matsuri 時代祭 at Kyouto 京都, Japan - 2011

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taishou-kun:

Tim Hughes
Woman dressed for Jidai Matsuri 時代祭 at Kyouto 京都, Japan - 2014

taishou-kun:

Tim Hughes

Woman dressed for Jidai Matsuri 時代祭 at Kyouto 京都, Japan - 2014

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magictransistor:

Takashi Murakami (村上 隆).

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geisha-kai:

Kotoha wearing sakkou hairstyle by ONIHIDE on Flickr

geisha-kai:

Kotoha wearing sakkou hairstyle by ONIHIDE on Flickr

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taishou-kun:

Hayashi Seiichi 林 静一 illustration book cover
Sakasa ma bungakushi kurokamihen さかさま文学史黒髪篇 (Literary history upside-down black hair) - Watanabe Kouji 渡辺浩弐 - 2012

taishou-kun:

Hayashi Seiichi 林 静一 illustration book cover

Sakasa ma bungakushi kurokamihen さかさま文学史黒髪篇 (Literary history upside-down black hair) - Watanabe Kouji 渡辺浩弐 - 2012

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