Living the Mindful Life in Japan

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a vase with some flowers in it sitting on a white table next to a branch
Joan D. Stamm
Joan D. Stamm
there is a small plate with some food on it next to a bowl and saucer
The High-Quality of Life in Japan is Vastly Different from A Declining United States
Stunning aesthetics in Japan! Life is for the here and now! Not the afterlife! Enjoy it! Macha tea from the Silver Pavillion in Kyoto. Japan travel
there are many carrots in the basket for sale
For Health and Longevity, Turn to the Traditional Japanese Diet
Daikon radish in grocery store, Osaka, Japan
two people walking down the street in front of a book store
Sydney In Osaka
Colombo cornershop books Osaka
three people standing in front of a table with orange buckets on the side walk
Food for thought: Government agencies are joining private initiatives to tackle the growing problem of food waste 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.
a red trolley is going down the street in front of tall buildings and skyscrapers
36 Hours in Sapporo, Japan (Published 2017)
36 Hours in Sapporo, Japan - The New York Times
an old painting with two people standing on a hill
Calligrapher Sugawara Mitsushige and Bodhisattva Kannon: Buddhism and Culture
Sugawara Mitsushige is a Japanese calligrapher of the thirteenth century who naturally focused on Buddhism in Bodhisattva Kannon. The “Universal Gate” continue to amaze despite the distance of time.
a painting with trees and mountains in the background
Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)
https://moderntokyonews.com/2017/02/12/calligrapher-sugawara-mitsushige-and-bodhisattva-kannon-buddhism-and-culture/
a painting with trees and mountains in the background
Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)
JAPANESE POETRY AND SHINTOISM: ARAKIDA MORITAKE (1473-1549)
a painting with trees and mountains in the background
Japanese Poetry and Shintoism: Arakida Moritake (1473-1549)
JAPANESE POETRY AND SHINTOISM: ARAKIDA MORITAKE (1473-1549)
Mai Ueda Japanese Tea Ceremony People, Japan Food, Tea Ceremony, Ueda
A new ceremony for tea in the rundown heart of Osaka
Mai Ueda Japanese Tea Ceremony