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... with it's "Golden Temple" and boat ride down a picturesque gorge.
The Hiraizumi area has quite a few shrines and is known as one of Japans heritage areas mostly because of the Chusonji Temple (sorry, no pictures allowed). It is known as the Golden Pavilion and dates back to 850 AD and is a Buddhist Temple that is nearly completely covered with gold ...
... the countless buildings across Japan. That's a good thing, as there is very little else left standing in Hiraizumi and the attractions mainly consist of foundation stones marking the locations of once grand buildings. Riding around in the bus covering all the different sites across town, the driver anticipated the boredom of the passengers and started singing old songs about the region. At least that is what the others told us.
... believe with propel the Japanese people to recover and rebuild their lives and their country.
In light of the recent events, I’ve tried to get in touch with my homestay family over email but to no avail. According to news reports there are 57 shelters set-up in Morioka housing over 3200 victims. I would not be surprised if the Ishigame family has opened their own doors to welcome victims with the same generosity and kindness that they once showed ...
Have not kept up with my notes for four or five days now so inevitably
thoughts have been lost, surpassed, superseded, chewed up by the
continuum of the present. So here is an attempt to retrieve a few of
those morsels after they have already been swallowed.
Beth and I are not made for paired-down minimalist Japanese living - its not in our nature. We have too much... stuff. And whilst we might hold delusions that we could enjoy this ...
... It is predominantly then the rice that is left out to dry and the purpose of the origami is to arrange the sheaves so that the rice is always on the outside to dry faster.
More than this, the stacks do have a great character but I would describe them now as great hairy monsters whose eyes and mouths are concealed in folds of matted, plaited hair. They are truly ...