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Gold leaf murals at the Kanrantai teahouse in Matsushima, Japan. This cermonial structure was built in the 17th century by the samurai lord of the region, Date Masamune.

Gold leaf murals at the Kanrantai teahouse in Matsushima, Japan. This cermonial structure was built in the 17th century by the samurai lord of the region, Date Masamune.

KENROKUEN GARDENS, KANAZAWA, JAPAN.

KENROKUEN GARDENS, KANAZAWA, JAPAN.

Kitayamazaki - Rikuchu Kaigan National Park, Japan.  Photo: Apricot Cafe, via Flickr

Kitayamazaki - Rikuchu Kaigan National Park, Japan. Photo: Apricot Cafe, via Flickr

Green tea shopping at Yamajin Tea Cafe in Wazuka, Japan. The little town of Wazuka (in Kyoto Prefecture) is well known for their matcha tea production. The Wazuka region produces more than 50% of all the matcha green tea powder in the world. Matcha is a popular and healthy ingredient used in green tea ice cream, green tea sweets, green tea smoothies, and more.

A Day in Japanese Tea Country: Visiting a Tea Farm Near Kyoto, Japan

Green tea shopping at Yamajin Tea Cafe in Wazuka, Japan. The little town of Wazuka (in Kyoto Prefecture) is well known for their matcha tea production. The Wazuka region produces more than 50% of all the matcha green tea powder in the world. Matcha is a popular and healthy ingredient used in green tea ice cream, green tea sweets, green tea smoothies, and more.

The Geiko (Geisha) Ichiyuri walking to a tea house in the Gion district of Kyoto, Japan

The Geiko (Geisha) Ichiyuri walking to a tea house in the Gion district of Kyoto, Japan

Mishmag Inspiratie #22

Inspiratie #22

Mishmag Inspiratie #22

Floating lanterns, Hiroshima, Japan

Floating lanterns, Hiroshima, Japan

Oktoberkleuren

Oktoberkleuren

Waterfall Koi Fish, Kyoto, Japan http://www.pinterestbest.net/Dunkin-Donuts-500-Gift-Card

Waterfall Koi Fish, Kyoto, Japan http://www.pinterestbest.net/Dunkin-Donuts-500-Gift-Card

National Living Treasure of Japan, Seiji Tsurusawa (1945~), Shamisen (Japanese instrument) player for Bunraku (Japanese traditional puppet show)

National Living Treasure of Japan, Seiji Tsurusawa (1945~), Shamisen (Japanese instrument) player for Bunraku (Japanese traditional puppet show)

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