Sorry for the lack of posts these days (I’m embarrassed I haven’t posted about my trip to Shamijima for previewing the Setouchi Triennale there yet) but this time of the year is probably the busiest at work and as a consequence, I’m sometimes too tired at night to post
Onigawara in the Bikan district of Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture.
The other day I was thinking that maybe it’s time that I visit Marugame Castle again one of these days.
Ema at Kibitsuhiko-jinja in Okayama. I don’t need to explain why they are peach-shaped, do I?
The Heijō Palace in Nara is 1,300 years old… … unless it’s only three years old. It depends on how you see the whole thing. Here are more details about Heijō-kyō, if you don’t know what this is about.
Unless I’m wrong, those houses, right next to Hōryū-ji in Nara are where the priests live. But I could be wrong.
Zenigata in Kan’onji is a 100 meters wide, 400 years old sand coin. In other words, The island in the background is Ibukijima by the way.
On Monday, I went to Negoro-ji. I believe that November is the best month of the year to go to this temple. Unless you don’t like red… More pictures coming soon…
Shichi-Go-San at Marugamemachi Dome (actually this picture dates from last year, but it’s timely)