The title says “fishing port” but actually it’s about Japanese calligraphy work.
At the Shimizu fishing port market, in Shizuoka,
primary schoolers’ calligraphy works were exhibited.
These say “Tuna” in hiragana.
These are “fish” in kanji. Fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish…
And on this wall is covered with dried fish,
dried fish, dried fish, dried fish, dried fish, dried fish…
It is a masterpiece as a group!
Source: Daily Portal Z
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:O Now You made me wanna go see where I put my old rod and try to go fish! I used to go fishing when I was a kid hehe; the largest fish I caught was 6 cm big, not even the cats wanted it :< LOL ..Tuna..Tuna is good XD Only 2nd to Salmon in my book 😀
Something which I love noticing in Japanese calligraphy is how all strokes are soooo neat and exact..I mess up even my hiragana…can never get one stroke exactly long than the one I see or the one before, I need more practice 🙂
Thank you for your comment. Yes, the strokes in Japanese calligraphy are neat and exact but calligraphy teachers often say showing your originality is important too, so just relax and enjoy your way of shodo (Japanese calligraphy)!