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Fire Festival, Japan

Japan's winter fire festival– in pictures

Nachi-no-Hi-Matsuri, one of the three largest fire festivals of Japan, is staged in the Kumano mountains of Wakayama Prefecture. Photo by Masa Kumono

Sakkou, Mamehana #9 | por Onihide

Maiko (apprentice geisha) Mamehana is dancing "Kurokami".

SAKE. In Japan sake means any alcoholic beverage. Nihonshu is the term for what we call sake. Wow love that sake bottle!

酒 SAKE. In Japan sake means any alcoholic beverage. Nihonshu is the term for what we call sake.

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baisao: “ The original entrance of Japanese tea rooms was through a low door, symbolizing humility as all who entered the room had to bow/lower themselves, regardless of rank or status” (Photo by.

KENROKUEN GARDENS, KANAZAWA, JAPAN.

Our house in Japan really was built over a koy pond like this! We had a huge, 8 inch thick piece a glass for viewing, right in the middle of the living room floor. This one is from Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan.

石原さとみ Beautiful Japanese Girl

In Kimonos dressed young women from Japan; located: Japan, Far - East Turan . japonya ' da bulunan: Japonya, far-east turan

Boy dressed in ceremonial kimono, hakama and sword.  Japan Shichigosan

Boy dressed in ceremonial kimono, hakama and sword. Japan Shichigosan - cute Hafu boy and a nice inspiration for A's outfit.

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