Wonderful, colorful photo of umbrellas on a narrow street in Tokyo
Japanese maple in fall splendor.
#Kinkaku-ji Temple 金閣寺- The "Golden Pavillion" is one of Kyoto's best-known attractions, and is listed on the UNESCO World Culture Heritage list. Kinkakuji was originally built in 1397 as a villa for #Ashikaga #Yoshimitsu (1358-1408), third Ashikaga Shogun. It was composed of several buildings, including a replica of the imperial palace's Shishin-den Hall. National treasure
Sapporo Snow festival, taking place in winter, is probably the largest festival in Sapporo that more than 2 million people attend each year. Many statues and sculptures are created from ice, taking the form of celebrities or beautiful landmarks. Sapporo Snow Festival, also known as Yuki Matsuri, began in 1950 in mid-February and continues today. Besides all of the statues and sculptures made of the ice, there are also ice bars which can be entered and where cold sake is served.
Festival de Inverno em Sapporo
Tokyo Tower located in Shiba Park, Minato, Tokyo
Spring flowers on Hillside, Hokkaido, Japan.
Tokyo Tower (東京タワー) is a communications and observation tower located in Shiba Park, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. At 332.5 metres (1,091 ft), it is the second tallest artificial structure in Japan. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white and international orange to comply with air safety regulations.
Sakura Lanterns, with Japanese kanji characters. Sakura (櫻花) means cherry tree in Japan, and this style of lantern is associated with the annual cherry blossom festival (hanami, 花見, lit. "flower viewing"). Hanami at night is called yozakura (夜桜, literally night sakura). In many places such as Ueno Park, these temporary paper lanterns are hung for the purpose of yozakura. [parts from Wikipedia]
Lantern Festival, Sakura, Japan. Photo via getout.
The Great Buddha of Kamakura in Tokyo