Tag Archives: Nara

[Photoblog] Daigokuden and Fireworks

Miki took this picture at Light Festival at Heijokyu ruins. It was the first time they set off fireworks at Heijokyu ruins. It could have been a historic moment?! Copyright(C)…

[Photoblog] Strolling Around Nara City at Night

This is a drawing which was decorated next to a lattice window. Miki fell in love with it.  Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

[Photoblog] Tamonten of Todaiji Temple

You can visit the Colossal Hall of the Great Buddha at Todaiji Temple in the evening during the bon period (from 13 to 16 August) and on New Year’s Eve….

[Photoblog] Lotus in Toshodaiji Temple

Miki took this picture of Lotus at Toshodaiji Temple.Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

[Photoblog] Ukimido in Nara Park (part 2)

Ukimido looks like it’s floating on a pond. Tokae Light Festival is held around Nara park in summer. Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

[Photoblog] Zenkoku Hikari to Akari Festival (Nara’s Festival of Lights)

The festival was held at Noborioojienchi in Nara park, in front of Nara National Museum.This picture is an image from Sanin Kami Akari (Kurayoshi city, Tottori)Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter←…

[Photoblog] Ice Day at Heijokyu Ruins

Ice and snow festival was held at Heijokyu ruins on July 24 (In the middle of summer!). Kids were all excited. You can see Suzakumon in the background.Copyright(C) Miki  …

[Photoblog] Iawase Kenshimaido Presentation (Japanese Sword Presentation)

One of the ceremonies held as part of Fuchintaisai Festival at Tatsuta Shrine (Nara prefecture) on July 4.Copyright(C) Miki →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

[Photoblog] Japanese Pampas Paper Lantern Festival

The festival is held at Kamotsuba Shrine in Gose city.The festival floats with 10 hanging Japanese pampas paper lanterns are carried out from Katsuragi park to Kamotsuba Shurine in Gose…

[Photoblog] Fuchintaisai Festival in Nara

  Miki took this picture at Tatsuta Shrine in Sangocho (Nara prefecture) on July 4. The hand-held fireworks are awesome! 😯 Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

[Photoblog] Yuri Festival in Japan

After the ritual at Isagawa Shrine, Nanaotome (seven girls), Yurihime (princess of lily) and chigo (children) paraded in the downtown of Nara.Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)