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Koos, who doesn't dream of a moss garden? This one belongs to Toyokawa Inari, Japan.

Koos, who doesn't dream of a moss garden? This one belongs to Toyokawa Inari, Japan.

Spring MossSiilinjärvi  photo by Janne flickr

[this reminds me of one of my favorite places on Earth. which I rarely visit, and so it makes my heart hurt and smile to see this.

In Japan they ring all of their bells 108 times in alignment with the Buddhist belief that this brings cleanness. It’s also considered good to be smiling going into the New Year as it supposedly brings good luck. #HOFLuckyCharms

In Japan they ring all of their bells 108 times in alignment with the Buddhist belief that this brings cleanness. It’s also considered good to be smiling going into the New Year as it supposedly brings good luck.

Lucky to sight any bass !   I  Irises flank stream in Kenroku-en garden, Kanazawa. Like haiku & ikebana, Jap gardens celebrate the seasons

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Lucky to sight any bass ! I Irises flank stream in Kenroku-en garden, Kanazawa. Like haiku & ikebana, Jap gardens celebrate the seasons

兼六園@石川・金沢(Kenrokuen Garden)

兼六園@石川・金沢(Kenrokuen Garden)

Tsumago, Japan photograph by L Wisniewski

Tsumago, Japan photograph by L Wisniewski

Kamikochi

One of the most scenic spots in Japan. The area features vast virgin forests of birch and Japanese larch trees.

Yuka-midori (reflecting green) at Daitoku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan: The Japanese love the reflection on the floor every season. Some of the floors (especially the ones at a temple or shrine) are designed to reflect more.

Yuka-midori (reflecting green) at Daitoku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan: The Japanese love the reflection on the floor from every season. Some of the floors (especially the ones at temple or shrine) were designed to reflect better.

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