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Turismo, cultura, idioma y curiosidades de Japón.

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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beifongkendo:

'Tengami', an amazing tablet game set inside a traditional Japanese pop-up-book (developed by nyamyam).

(Source: nyamyam.com, via kimono-nao)

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tofuist:

七夕 @ 機物神社 (Tanabata Festival at Hatamono Shrine)

tofuist:

七夕 @ 機物神社 (Tanabata Festival at Hatamono Shrine)

(Source: visualanthropologyofjapan.blogspot.com)

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tofuist:

「信州白骨温泉」 昭和10年 笠松紫浪
Shirahone Hotspring, Shinshu by Shiro Kasamatsu, 1935

tofuist:

「信州白骨温泉」 昭和10年 笠松紫浪

Shirahone Hotspring, Shinshu by Shiro Kasamatsu, 1935

(Source: jp.pinterest.com)

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iseo58:

Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route to Nachi Taisha shrine and Nachi-no-taki falls by Tennoji Kun

iseo58:

Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route to Nachi Taisha shrine and Nachi-no-taki falls by Tennoji Kun

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fromthefloatingworld:

japonesices:


fullmoondreaminess:

nezua:

gurafiku:

Japanese Ukiyo-e: Zojo Temple, Shiba. Kawase Hasui. 1925

fromthefloatingworld:

japonesices:

fullmoondreaminess:

nezua:

gurafiku:

Japanese Ukiyo-e: Zojo Temple, Shiba. Kawase Hasui. 1925

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A poetic and artful umbrella, Komorebi is based on a Japanese expression that approximately translates to “sunshine filtering through foliage.”

(Source: astarnomy, via unsanmusyou)

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