豪徳寺寺、世田谷、東京、日本

豪徳寺寺、世田谷、東京、日本

A float at the Tonami Yotaka Matsuri (festival), Nabeshima, Tonami City, Toyama Pref., Japan. 富山県砺波市鍋島、砺波夜高祭り(となみよたかまつり) の山車 (だし)。

A float at the Tonami Yotaka Matsuri (festival), Nabeshima, Tonami City, Toyama Pref., Japan. 富山県砺波市鍋島、砺波夜高祭り(となみよたかまつり) の山車 (だし)。

和柄・コラボ・スペシャル : シアワセの種*

和柄・コラボ・スペシャル : シアワセの種*

蘇利古.jpg - このみちはどこへつづく

蘇利古.jpg - このみちはどこへつづく

Fireworks at Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima: photo by yama - Since ancient times, Miyajima Island has been worshipped as a God. This belief, passed down for generations has protected this beautiful site and renowned for being a World Cultural Heritage site today. 厳島神社

Fireworks at Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima: photo by yama - Since ancient times, Miyajima Island has been worshipped as a God. This belief, passed down for generations has protected this beautiful site and renowned for being a World Cultural Heritage site today. 厳島神社

Carp streamer, Koinobori 鯉のぼり for Children’s Day on May 5 -  Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of sons and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.

Carp streamer, Koinobori 鯉のぼり for Children’s Day on May 5 - Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of sons and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.

切り絵灯籠 - Cut picture lanterns

切り絵灯籠 - Cut picture lanterns

蜷川実花公開撮影のセット

蜷川実花公開撮影のセット

福来たる | 日本 > 近畿地方の写真 | GANREF

福来たる | 日本 > 近畿地方の写真 | GANREF

餅花 / Flowers made rice cake by nobuflickr, via Flickr : "京都, 安井神社  'Mochi-bana' is not a true plant. This is a figuration that the branch of willow or giant dogwood decorating with many small rice cakes. 'Mochi-bana' is a New Year's Day's ceremony praying for good harvest. This ceremony came in early Edo Era (300 years ago) in Japan."

餅花 / Flowers made rice cake by nobuflickr, via Flickr : "京都, 安井神社 'Mochi-bana' is not a true plant. This is a figuration that the branch of willow or giant dogwood decorating with many small rice cakes. 'Mochi-bana' is a New Year's Day's ceremony praying for good harvest. This ceremony came in early Edo Era (300 years ago) in Japan."

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