if you don't walk out
you will think that this is the world #日本福岡
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Per accedere al recinto del Sensō-ji di Tōkyō bisogna superare la Nakamise-dōri, la via piena di negozi e visitatori. Giunti alla fine si attraversa la Hōzōmon, il “cancello della casa del tesoro”, che dà finalmente accesso alla zona più interna del tempio, dove si trovano le sue principali strutture.
Ogni anno un elevatissimo numero di visitatori provenienti da tutto il mondo si riversa nel Sensō-ji, che sia durante il gelido inverno o con l’afoso e umido caldo estivo.
To access the inner part of del Sensō-ji in Tōkyō you have to go through the Nakamise-dōri, a street full of shops and visitors. At the very end of it there is the Hōzōmon, the “treasure-house gate”, beyond which there are the main buildings of the temple.
Every year a very high number of visitors from all over the world go to visit Sensō-ji, both during the frozen winter and the humid and muggy summer heat.
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Every year on the month of August, Japan observes the Obon holidays. During this time people pray for their departed ancestors & also they pay a visit to their families ❤️ Thousands of festivals are held across Japan in this time to celebrate life on earth.
In my small town Tobetsu, August 13th marked the Obon festival. Foodstalls, beer, traditional dress, family & friends, fireworks.. Everything was there. It was such a fresh & lively thing to see in the otherwise quiet town.
Foodstalls every corner of our local park, people indulged in all kinds of fried food.. 😍🍗
#スーパーホテル ではそれぞれのお部屋には #冷蔵庫 が完備されており、飲み物や #デザート を冷やすことができます。
You are likely to agree that cold items are indispensable during this hot season.
Each room at superhotel is equipped with a refrigerator and to cool drinks or frozen desserts.
Why not treat yourself with a cold drink after a bath and refresh your body and soul?
Please be careful and avoid heatstrokes.
This is second time to share the picture of Toro Nagashi! 🌟 You can see it in many places in the end of Obon holiday. It’s so beautiful, isn’t it?
Thanks for sharing beautiful photo!!
Photo by @miu_shio
Location: Egawa River, Kanagawa
⛰️🌞Summer is perfect for hiking.. so why not tackle Mt. Haguro? This will be more than just a physical hike as it is one of the three mountains of Dewa Sanzan – which are thought to symbolise birth, death and rebirth. The journey begins at the bottom of Mt. Haguro, where you pray for happiness in your present life. From there you begin moving up the 2,446 steps of the stone stairway lined by 300-500-year-old cedar trees on your journey towards rebirth. This is an incredible cultural experience that only happens in the summer! #VisitJapanAU#Outdoor
Summer used to be my least favored season in Japan because it’s hot and humid - we have that back home in Malaysia/Singapore anyway.🌞🌻
But I think I have changed my mind. I wanna be back every summer holiday, because
1. All the best omatsuri (festivals) are happening in summer🎐
2. World class hanabi taikai (fireworks shows)🎇
3. It’s extremely easy and light to pack for summer vacation👗
4. You get sick less compared to winter (no influenza/catching a cold etc). This one is a super plus!😷
5. The only season to climb Mt Fuji🗻
6. This one is specially for Junya - eat allllll the 🍧🍧🍧🍧🍧
What’s your favorite thing to do during summer in Japan?🏖🎢🗼⛩🎣
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Standing at 2,236m, Mt Chokai is the highest peak in Tohoku... and could be the peak of your travels! Choose from an exciting range of activities in the vicinity, from hiking trails and waterfalls to fishing in nearby rivers. Colourful wildflowers bloom between April and August. It's the ultimate outdoor getaway! 🌻🌻 #VisitJapanAU#Outdoor
Late post to confirm I’m still alive— but this was from when I went to the 七夕 festival with my friends!! We were so excited for the lights and lanterns and two of us wore yukata but it was super rainy and windy... did you know that the legend of Tanabata says that if it rains during 7/7, which is the only day Hikoboshi and Orihime can reunite every year, they won’t be able to see each other that year? Thinking about that makes me sad, but hopefully it will clear up for next year. The rainy season came a bit late this year ☔️ Swipe to the end to see the incorrect thug way to wear yukata 😅
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