Reblog : Kamakura In June — Divina Everywhere

Reblog : Kamakura In June — Divina Everywhere

It’s a peaceful reunification of the ethereal beauty of nature and the grandeur of history. June is the month for Hydrangeas in Japan, and where else is the worthiest place to picture them than in the countryside of Kamakura. Kamakura is a small city in Kanagawa...
Where to Stay in Busan ( my favorites’ edition)

Where to Stay in Busan ( my favorites’ edition)

South Korea’s second-most populous city, Busan, is known for its rich history, neon lights, vibrant nightlife, and mouthwatering street food.But it is a massive and sprawling city, and choosing the best neighborhood to stay in Busan can be overwhelming. So I put...
Fushimi-Inari Hike

Fushimi-Inari Hike

The hike to the summit of 233m Mt. Inari-san, and the pilgrimage circle around the shrines near the top is one of Kyoto’s most interesting short walks. It’s also the best way to see all of the Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine. Time: about 3 hours Distance: about...
Fushimi Inari Taisha

Fushimi Inari Taisha

Also known as “O-inari-san,” Inari shrines are the most familiar shrines to Japanese people. There are said to be some thirty thousand throughout the country, frequented by people of all ages. Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine with which all the others are...
Summer in Japan   日本の夏

Summer in Japan 日本の夏

Sea, sun, and sand… For many, these represent summer, not so in Japan. Instead, it’s wind chimes, dragonflies, goldfish, and watermelon that evoke summer for the Japanese. Japanese appreciate the different seasons, and clothing, interior decoration,...
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