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Sheet of Stamps: Japanese stamps

Japanese postage stamps are beautiful, exotic and oriental design. I love Ukiyoe and Nihonga (Japanese-style p …

Japanese stamps

Japanese hydrangea: あじさい (Ajisai)

Rainy season and hydrangea In early summer, most parts of Japan get visited by a rainy season, the so called t …

あじさい

Sweet flag: 菖蒲 (Shobu)

Like a beautiful woman Japanese sweet flag “shobu” blooms in early summer. Its leaves are fragrant …

菖蒲

Azalea (つつじ: Tsutsuji)

 Azaleas bloom in spring The best time to viewing is April through early May. They are planted abundantly as o …

つつじ

Kodomo-no-hi: Children’s Day every May 5th

Kodomo-no-hi (こどもの日: Children’s Day) In Japan, May 5 is Kodomo-no-hi (Children’s Day).  This holid …

兜節句_絵手紙

Canola flower

Canola fields in Japan In early spring, you can enjoy looking at canola flowers. The best time to viewing is F …

菜の花

Shunbun-no-hi (春分の日): The day when spring begins

March 21, 2015: Vernal Equinox Day “Shunbun-no-hi” (Vernal Equinox Day) is a national holiday in Japan that us …

桜おはぎ

Heian costume: Juni-hitoe

Twelve-layered ceremonial kimono: Juni-hitoe “Juni-hitoe” is the special clothing and formal dress …

大和絵

Pine, bamboo and plum trees: 松竹梅 (Sho-chiku-bai)

Sho (松): pine/ chiku (竹): bamboo/ bai (梅): plum trees Pine, bamboo and plum trees (Japanese apricot): putting …

大阪城公園梅園

Narcissus (水仙: Suisen)

Narcissus Narcissus is popular flower in Japan. It is best viewed from January to February. You can enjoy view …

水仙
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