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Travel Inspiration for Japan - Meiji Shrine, located in Shibuya, Tokyo, is the Shinto shrine that is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken.

Autumn in Kyoto.Japan

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The venice of the far east: Suzhou, China.(Add friend with me when you PIN email trieusinhtuan@gmail.com)

The 10 Most Astonishing Cities In China

China is one of the most charming places to travel in the world. It is one of the largest countries in the world and therefore, it is a bit difficult to see every nook and corner of China in the fi…

Hitachi Seaside Park

Kochia Hill at Hitachi Seaside Park. Dr Seuss Lorax like gardens, a mini amusement area and unique cycling courses can be found at Hitachi Seaside Park, which is a delightful highlight for anyone visiting Japan.

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Bamboo Garden, Kyoto. Just otherworldly.

-to walk the serene paths and travel along the zen circle-bamboo garden - kyoto japan.

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"The greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions, and not on our circumstances. We carry the seeds of the one or the other about with us in our minds wherever we go."    ~Martha Washington

Laughing Buddha Statues, Kyoto, Japan

Laughing Jizo statues in Kyoto, Japan 京都 I want several of these for my Zen Garden. They make people smile ;

yangshuo, china Beautiful#amazing

Yangshuo, China >> The amount of beauty in this picture is almost unbelievable, it is so breathtaking!/ I do sort of want to go to China.not high on my bucket list, though. Maybe after seeing these pictures it will move up closer to the top.

| ThePleasureLoft.com | Sakura lanterns

Sakura Lanterns, with Japanese kanji characters. Sakura (櫻花) means cherry tree in Japan, and this style of lantern is associated with the annual cherry blossom festival (hanami, 花見, lit.