Friday Fun: Japanese Landscapes

I am currently in Japan but have no time to take pictures or upload anything much, so I will use some ready-made ones to try and express all my love for its beautiful landscapes. Especially now autumn is coming…

From trekearth.com
From trekearth.com
Autumn in Tokyo, from Shibuya246.com
Autumn in Tokyo, from Shibuya246.com
Temple of the Golden Pavilion, from tucantravel.com
Temple of the Golden Pavilion, from tucantravel.com
Quintessential Mount Fuji, from Urban-Review.com
Quintessential Mount Fuji, from Urban-Review.com
Steps leading to a temple, from gardendesigneye.com
Steps leading to a temple, from gardendesigneye.com
From the 'it must have been manipulated' category: Japanese bridge, from Favim.com
From the ‘it must have been manipulated’ category: Japanese bridge, from Favim.com

In case you’re wondering, it is Friday here already…

My thoughts go out to the poor Japanese whose homes are flooded or washed away by mudslides in the eastern part of Japan. Sadly, these landscapes above seem as remote to them now as they do to the rest of us.

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14 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Japanese Landscapes”

  1. Oh, lucky you to be in Japan, Marina Sofia! How lovely! And thank you for sharing these ‘photos, even if they aren’t yours. I can’t wait to see the ones you take when you upload them.

  2. I love the golden walk where the gingkos are. The video I am using for my poetics has a scene there. So much beauty but the flooding is bad now. I hope you are in an unaffected area.

  3. Thanks for the pictures! They are lovely. Even if you don’t have time to get around and play tourist, you will certainly get a good “soaking” of cultural difference!

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