Tag Archives: Statue

One is the Loneliest Number – Solo Photos

  Photos of happy couples or families make other people happy, too. But what if you are all alone? You think you can’t take happy photos? Don’t worry 😉  Even…

Scary Face of Kobo-daishi Statue

This post is from my favorite Japanese entertainment website.   First of all, look at the picture below.   It is a Kobo-daishi statue in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture.   The…

Statues Found in Japan -7 Photos

It is a photo tour of major and minor statues found in Japan. Here we go!     Mizukake Fudo at Hozen-ji Temple in Osaka. The stone statues are covered…

What’s beyond Their Gaze

This is another post from my favorite Japanese entertainment website. It is about a sculpture in Senso-ji Temple, Asakusa, Tokyo.   It is titled “Jiun no Izumi,” and made in…

[Photoblog] Jizo Statue with 3 Children

Jizo Bosatsu at Yata Temple in Nara. Looks like kids are badgering their parent for something (^_^) Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)   This is JAPAN Style!…

[Photoblog] The Statue of Komokuten at Todaiji Temple

Miki took this picture when she visited the temple in the evening of August 15.  Copyright(C) Miki   →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK)

Curse of the Colonel Sanders

    The other day I shared pictures of “KFC’s Colonel Sanders’ Statues in Costumes,” and there was a picture of him in Hanshin Tigers’ uniform. But why is he…

Sendai Daikannon, a White Large Statue Standing in Sendai City

It is a view of Sendai city in Miyagi Prefecture. Although it is the largest city in the Tohoku region (northeast Japan), there are a lot of greens; therefore, it…

World’s Tallest Bronze Statue in Ibaraki Prefecture

  Daibutsu literally means “a large statue of Buddha,” but no one would expect it to be this big!!!       This is “Ushiku Daibutsu” in Ushiku, [W:Ibaraki Prefecture]….

Japanese Style Tourist Street in China

  There is an interesting avenue called Nanshan Japanese Style Tourist Street, in Dalian, China. Let’s see how it looks! 😮   This is the sign for the street. It doesn’t…

4-meter Gundam Stone Statue

Last summer, JAPAN Style introduced the 1/1 scale Gundam in Odaiba, Tokyo, which became quit popular in Japan.      

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