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  • Morning walk in Kanazawa 👘✨
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📸 @odekakephoto7
  • Morning walk in Kanazawa 👘✨
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    📸 @odekakephoto7
  • 3,084 19 18 September, 2019
  • Here's an incredible shot at Tokyo! 😎
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Congrats, thank you for sharing.
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❁❁ Credit to 📷 @ali.yokota ❁❁
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Tag your best memories for sharing the beauty of Japan 🇯🇵
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#explorejpn | @explorejpn
  • Here's an incredible shot at Tokyo! 😎
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    Congrats, thank you for sharing.
    .........
    ❁❁ Credit to 📷 @ali.yokota ❁❁
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    Tag your best memories for sharing the beauty of Japan 🇯🇵
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    #explorejpn | @explorejpn
  • 3,819 21 9 hours ago
  • Ginzan Onsen under the snow is really magical! ❄️✨
📸: @nao_____ya
  • Ginzan Onsen under the snow is really magical! ❄️✨
    📸: @nao_____ya
  • 3,910 39 19 September, 2019
  • Colourful streets ready to be explored, on the hallway Omoide Yokocho 😎
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Location: 📍 Shinjuku, Tokyo.
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Congrats, thank you for sharing.
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❁❁ Credit to 📷 @desss_l ❁❁
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Tag your best memories for sharing the beauty of Japan 🇯🇵
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#explorejpn | @explorejpn
  • Colourful streets ready to be explored, on the hallway Omoide Yokocho 😎
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    Location: 📍 Shinjuku, Tokyo.
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    Congrats, thank you for sharing.
    .........
    ❁❁ Credit to 📷 @desss_l ❁❁
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    Tag your best memories for sharing the beauty of Japan 🇯🇵
    .........
    #explorejpn | @explorejpn
  • 4,267 24 15 hours ago

Latest Instagram Posts

  • Do YOU remember the 21st night of September?! I definitely remember the last one where my childhood dreams came true eating at a pop-up Pochacco Cafe in 📍Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan😁💙💛🍛🍚
  • Do YOU remember the 21st night of September?! I definitely remember the last one where my childhood dreams came true eating at a pop-up Pochacco Cafe in 📍Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan😁💙💛🍛🍚
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  • Calming and tranquil
  • Calming and tranquil
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  • ¿En cuántas fotografías de otras personas estaremos de forma accidental? Por ahora, sé que estoy en la de ese chico desconocido en medio de las tiendecitas de la calle Nakamise, de camino al templo Senso-ji de Tokyo.
  • ¿En cuántas fotografías de otras personas estaremos de forma accidental? Por ahora, sé que estoy en la de ese chico desconocido en medio de las tiendecitas de la calle Nakamise, de camino al templo Senso-ji de Tokyo.
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  • Sorry I couldn't hear you over my internal monologue // ✘@iceicejayj
  • Sorry I couldn't hear you over my internal monologue // ✘@iceicejayj
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  • Just started our road trip!!
Photo by @_wewerehere_
  • Just started our road trip!!
    Photo by @_wewerehere_
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  • 100% lost in translation
  • 100% lost in translation
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  • People planning to visit Miyajima between now and August 2020 may be disappointed to learn that Miyajima’s famous floating torii is currently completely covered up because it’s undergoing major restoration.
Please don’t let this put you off visiting Miyajima. It’s is one of my favourite destinations in Japan and it has so much more to offer than just one famous torii.

Sakura Sister Facts:
Not all Buddhist temples are alike. Daisho-in on Miyajima is the most wonderful one I have visited to date and one of the most important sites for the Shingon Buddhist sect. When you step inside the hidden Henjokutsu Cave, it’s inner sanctum you will see 88 lanterns on a grid suspended over head. Under the floor following the same grid are 88 squares, beneath which is soil from each of the temples on the Shikoku pilgrimage route. The idea beginning that when you stand in Daiso-in you stand in all of them at once.
  • People planning to visit Miyajima between now and August 2020 may be disappointed to learn that Miyajima’s famous floating torii is currently completely covered up because it’s undergoing major restoration.
    Please don’t let this put you off visiting Miyajima. It’s is one of my favourite destinations in Japan and it has so much more to offer than just one famous torii.

    Sakura Sister Facts:
    Not all Buddhist temples are alike. Daisho-in on Miyajima is the most wonderful one I have visited to date and one of the most important sites for the Shingon Buddhist sect. When you step inside the hidden Henjokutsu Cave, it’s inner sanctum you will see 88 lanterns on a grid suspended over head. Under the floor following the same grid are 88 squares, beneath which is soil from each of the temples on the Shikoku pilgrimage route. The idea beginning that when you stand in Daiso-in you stand in all of them at once.
  • 163 34 20 September, 2019