Living the Mindful Life in Japan

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Spirituality of Mountain Art in Japan: Buddhism, Shintoism, and Contemplation Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Mount Fuji in Japan is a national Mountain Art, Art Base, Japanese Artists, Asian Art, Buddhism, Art Pieces, Spirituality, Creatures, Drawings

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The poetry of Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) was inspired by the flows of the past, the reality of nature, and the Shinto faith that meant so much to him. Not surprisingly, in the history of Japan prior to the modernization period of the…

Mai Ueda serves tea in a factory art space in Osaka The Rundown, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Osaka, Mindful, Tokyo, Space, Travel, Life, Art

A new ceremony for tea in the rundown heart of Osaka | The Japan Times

In Japan — especially in Japan — food and drink have always been about more than merely nutrition or a mere succession of tastes. They have also been a pre

Spirituality of Mountain Art in Japan: Buddhism, Shintoism, and Contemplation Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Mount Fuji in Japan is a national Mountain Art, Art Base, Japanese Artists, Asian Art, Buddhism, Art Pieces, Spirituality, Creatures, Drawings

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The poetry of Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) was inspired by the flows of the past, the reality of nature, and the Shinto faith that meant so much to him. Not surprisingly, in the history of Japan prior to the modernization period of the…

Spirituality of Mountain Art in Japan: Buddhism, Shintoism, and Contemplation Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Mount Fuji in Japan is a national Mountain Art, Art Base, Japanese Artists, Asian Art, Buddhism, Art Pieces, Spirituality, Creatures, Drawings

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)

Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The poetry of Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) was inspired by the flows of the past, the reality of nature, and the Shinto faith that meant so much to him. Not surprisingly, in the history of Japan prior to the modernization period of the…

Stunning aesthetics in Japan! Life is for the here and now! Not the afterlife! Enjoy it! Macha tea from the Silver Pavillion in Kyoto. Macha Tea, Kyoto Japan, Japan Travel, Mindful, Aesthetics, United States, Silver, Life, Money

The High-Quality of Life in Japan is Vastly Different from A Declining United States

The freedom I experience in Japan with its high-quality of life makes me realize how cheated my fellow citizens are as the United States slips into decline and chaos under President Donald Trump. The mere fact that I can get on my bike and ride around Osaka and get anywhere I want quickly, rain or…

Daikon radish in grocery store, Osaka, Japan Japanese Diet, Superfoods, Osaka Japan, Traditional, Grocery Store, Mindful, Diaries, Health, Life

For Health and Longevity, Turn to the Traditional Japanese Diet

There are few fat people in Japan. Most Japanese ride a bike and walk, rain or shine, and walk up and down many subway steps. Also the Japanese diet is one of the healthiest in the world, resulting in the lowest rates of obesity amongst men and women. People who stuck to Japanese dietary recommendations…

Living the Mindful Life in Japan Reading Room, Great Books, Osaka, Book Lovers, Japan, Mindful, Coffee, Bed, Life

Sydney In Osaka

Living the Mindful Life in Japan

the Japanese language even captures this helpless sense of regret concerning waste in a single word — mottainai. Left: People pack food distributed by Second Harvest Japan in bags before carrying them home. Food And Thought, Food Waste, Japanese Language, Mindful, Canada Goose Jackets, Harvest, Winter Jackets, Lifestyle, People

Food for thought: Government agencies are joining private initiatives to tackle the growing problem of food waste in Japan | The Japan Times

Consumers, retailers and businesses nationwide throw away millions of tons of food each year, with waste ultimately affecting profit levels and keeping off

Illustrated sutra of The Miracles of Kannon, Kamakura period dated 1257 Unidentified artist Japan Handscroll; ink, color, and gold on paper; x 30 ft. Japanese History, Japanese Art, Buddhism Religion, Kamakura Period, Lotus Sutra, World Religions, Korean Art, Japanese Painting, Art History

Calligrapher Sugawara Mitsushige and Bodhisattva Kannon: Buddhism and Culture

Calligrapher Sugawara Mitsushige and Bodhisattva Kannon: Buddhism and Culture Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Sugawara Mitsushige is a Japanese calligrapher of the thirteenth century who naturally focused on Buddhism in this period of Japanese history. He produced extremely stunning presentations related to Bodhisattva Kannon. Therefore, images in this article related to chapter 25 of…

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