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Akihabara - Tokyo

Akihabara - Tokyo

Okunijinja, Japon maison sur lac

Okunijinja, Japon maison sur lac

vintage kokeshi I had these as a little girl,when we lived in Japan, but they were stolen many years ago. I wish that I still had them.

vintage kokeshi I had these as a little girl,when we lived in Japan, but they were stolen many years ago. I wish that I still had them.

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Meiji period; 19th century. Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground; H: 6.8 cm

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Meiji period; 19th century. Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground; H: 6.8 cm

kimmis petite et moyenne bleu gris

kimmis petite et moyenne bleu gris

Oh how I wish there were subtitles! Anyone care to translate this for me? ;)

Oh how I wish there were subtitles! Anyone care to translate this for me? ;)

Mt.Fuji, Japan , unfortunately, when I saw it, there were no flowers and i was on that bullet train....still beautiful

Mt.Fuji, Japan , unfortunately, when I saw it, there were no flowers and i was on that bullet train....still beautiful

I really wish I lived in a country where there were stores with shelves like these.

I really wish I lived in a country where there were stores with shelves like these.

[In original Zen] The teacher did whatever he had to do to bring the student out over the edge of the cliff, where in mid-air, there were no foundations…and the student felt terror. But the teacher persisted. And then, in one explosive moment, the student found himself floating in the air. He saw there was no need to explain his existence. There was no need to place a veil between himself and the present moment. He didn’t die. He was, finally, alive. -Jon Rappoport

[In original Zen] The teacher did whatever he had to do to bring the student out over the edge of the cliff, where in mid-air, there were no foundations…and the student felt terror. But the teacher persisted. And then, in one explosive moment, the student found himself floating in the air. He saw there was no need to explain his existence. There was no need to place a veil between himself and the present moment. He didn’t die. He was, finally, alive. -Jon Rappoport

Mt. Fuji, Japan - beautiful cherry blossoms and architecture

Mt. Fuji, Japan - beautiful cherry blossoms and architecture

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