Images of Japan

Today I have been thinking of Japan since I received an e-mail from a Japanese colleague.

So, I will share some of my favorite images of Japan tonight.

Taiko - Bachi - kumi-daiko - Japanese drumsI used this picture in my post Japanese Drumming about a kumi-daiko performance that I watched.

Water Drop Ripples - Japanese Bamboo Water Fountain - Drip Fountain - Water Drop - RipplesThis one is from a post titled Wordless Wednesday – Japan. I did not say in the post, but this is just outside a restaurant in Ueno. Click on the link above for some more pictures.

Tokyo Skyline, Sunset, Edo Castle, Tokyo, Tatsumi-yaguraThis was a wonderful sunset at Edo Castle in Tokyo. See: Tokyo Sunset

Golden Pavilion, Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, Japan, Snowy DayThis is the Golden Pavilion or Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto, Japan. It was a beautiful snowy day when I visited Kyoto.

Kyoto Subway, Blur and Reflection, Kyoto, Japan, SubwayI can’t write a post about my favorite pictures of Japan without including this picture of the subway in Kyoto. It is in a post titled Blur and Reflection. Visit the post to see the reflection picture.

Ton Katsu, Japanese Food, Travel, CuisineThere are a lot of food pictures that I could share from Japan, but I thought I would share a picture of one of my favorite dishes. This is tonkatsu which is a deep fried pork cutlet. It is actually what is on the menu at our cafeteria tomorrow and another reason why I have been thinking of Japan. I guarantee that my lunch will not look like this tomorrow 🙂

Nice memories of Japan are wandering through my thoughts tonight.

Steven

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