#Japan

Gero Onsen Gassho Mura is an open air museum featuring several traditional gassho-zukuri (thatched) farmhouses from the Hida and Shirakawa-go regions of Gifu Prefecture.

Elvis statue in Harborland Kobe, also masking it up to keep it safe

I just finished writing a letter to a friend of mine. I love this paper. Every month, stationary stores in Japan will change the motifs of the flowers on their items. It’s so beautiful you actually feel the desire to put pen to paper even in this digital day and age.

Lady Gaga's new single "Rain On Me (with Ariana Grande)" MV and her messages to fans on TV program "Mezamashi TV" Today⛈🗡💗  

COVID-19 has utterly, albeit temporarily, changed the face of Kyoto. For many it will be a chance to experience the city as never before. It is a good 15 years since I have been able to enjoy the Golden Pavilion (briefly) alone!

The death of has triggered such a groundswell of anger that celebrities in are talking more openly about the "internet lynching" by anonymous haters & challenging the notion that they, as public figures, should accept it comes with the territory and move on

Love story of me and my stalker 🤣❤️ Check out my travel account on Instagram for more fun photos made all over the world ☺️🌍

A lot of people are sharing stories that claim that the Japanese government will pay for "half of your next trip" to Japan. From what I've seen, the government money is to support domestic tourism, not fly foreign tourists to Japan.

becomes the 1st country in the world to defeat without - Lockdown - Mass Testing - Contact Tracing App - No Center for Disease Control - Shops including Restaurants and Hair Salons were open all thru - No restrictions on People movements

Of the 5586 companies in the world that are older than 200 years, 3,146 (56%) are in Japan. It is also home to over 21,000 companies older than 100 years. As I learn more about , I have come to admire the longterm-ism, resilience and patience that characterizes Japan.

There are three types of bows - Shin, Gyo, and So. While depth is hard to gauge, you can remember them best by how much of your hand touches the tatami. I took a video with my tea friend to show you today.

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