And finally, here is the review of last weekend’s festival in Itabashi! The big attraction of this festival was the Omikoshi (お神輿)! Omikoshi is a kind of “portable Shinto Shrine” that is carried by people from the Shinto Shrine where it originally was, and all around the neighborhood, finishing a the Shinto Shrine, or in … More Festival in Itabashi! Omikoshi!
Last days have been so busy that I have still a lot of posts to update! Yesterday I made a review of the Tokyo Wind Orchestra Contest, so the Japanese Lesson will be posted tomorrow! Also, in last Friday I went on a school trip to Nikkou (日光), a city in the mountains, approximately 140 … More Photo of the Week: 眠り猫 (The Sleeping Cat)
Here are some more pictures from last weekend when I went to Ueno! Soon these and more will be available with high resolution in the Wallpaper Section! (Ueno Park Pond) (Ueno Park) (Ueno Park Pond) (Ueno Park Shrine) (Ueno Park Pond) (Ueno Park Lake) (Sweets/Cake Outlet near Ueno Park) This last photo is from an … More Ueno
(Meiji Jingu) Just went to Meiji Jingu on last Sunday with my friend! It’s real beautiful! I’m completely in love with Japanese gardens/parks/temple and shrine areas (and many other things!). It’s located right next to Harajuku JR Station, and as the name suggests, this shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji (ruled from 1867 to 1912). … More Photo of the Week: Meiji Jingu!