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This Kanji is read as "SOKOJIKARA" in Japanese. It means "the latent forces".

This Kanji is read as "SOKOJIKARA" in Japanese. It means "the latent forces".

Japanese Carp Streamers, Koinobori 鯉のぼり

Japanese Carp Streamers, Koinobori 鯉のぼり

:ねこづらどき Japanese temple - chozubachi

:ねこづらどき Japanese temple - chozubachi

Japanese Wisteria Maiden 藤娘

Japanese Wisteria Maiden 藤娘

Japanese paper lanterns at Kandamyojin temple, Tokyo, Japan

Japanese paper lanterns at Kandamyojin temple, Tokyo, Japan

Japanese Roof Details: 鬼瓦 Onigawara

Japanese Roof Details: 鬼瓦 Onigawara

Tofukuji temple garden, Kyoto, Japan

Tofukuji temple garden, Kyoto, Japan

Geisha, “art-person” — consists of two kanji, 芸 (gei) meaning "art" and 者 (sha) meaning "person" or "doer".

Geisha, “art-person” — consists of two kanji, 芸 (gei) meaning "art" and 者 (sha) meaning "person" or "doer".

Sakura à Miyajima, Japon Thème de la gamme Inopia Cosmétique est Voyage dans un jardin Japonais.  https://www.facebook.com/Inopia-Cosmetique-740405096086538/timeline/

Sakura à Miyajima, Japon Thème de la gamme Inopia Cosmétique est Voyage dans un jardin Japonais. https://www.facebook.com/Inopia-Cosmetique-740405096086538/timeline/

Shirakawa-go    View of the village of Shirakawa-go with its thatched roof houses that are UNESCO World Heritage. Sep. 2011.

Shirakawa-go View of the village of Shirakawa-go with its thatched roof houses that are UNESCO World Heritage. Sep. 2011.

Cherry blossom, Meguro River, Tokyo, Japan.

Cherry blossom, Meguro River, Tokyo, Japan.