When I visited Nishi Honganji I bought a series of old hand drawn postcards. I picked out one that I recognised and went back to take a photo. It was a great feeling.
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A Song of Travel - Musings on the arts of Japan and beyond
The writing blog of Katherine M. Lawrence
a casual research blog on mountain religious life, thought and practice in the Togakushi mountains, 16th - 19th centuries
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Discovering the Historical Context and Culture of the People of Japan
Fine Art Photography
Teaching you Japanese history, one week at a time
Japanese history blog
Legends, folktales, and anecdotes from Japan's San'in region
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Helping students who have to say "now what?"
the writings, musings, and photography of a dream smith