Japanese Traditional Art and Theatre performances at the Yasaka Hall, Gion Corner.
Maiko Gallery showcasing some of the hair accessories worn by the Maiko dancers.
Tea Ceremony – Ryurei and Koto, a six-stringed zither.
Kyogen Theatre – Comedy. Bunraku Puppet Theatre.
Flower Arrangement or Ikebana.
Kyo-mai Dance by Geisha / Geiko.
Gagaku Court Music.
Buddhist Temple in Kyoto.
Zen garden. A truly surreal feeling, I easily spent a few hours here.
Located near Sumida River.
Standing tall at 634m, the Skytree looks absolutely spectacular both during the day and night.
Boastful and arrogant yet the modesty lays in its’ futuristic architecture which showcases the astonishing landscapes of Tokyo!
A superiority that should be experienced in our lifetime.
If you ever wondered what the best of us are up to, in Japan, then a visit to Roppongi Hills is recommended.
Night life, karaokes, food and drinks, gambling and super fast cars for the super rich. I would say, ” It’s Vegas baby”, but in Japan!
Geisha at Hanami-Koji Street or famulously known as Gion Corner in Kyoto, Japan.
Geisha or Geiko as they are also often referred by, translates to Gei meaning Art and Sha – Person, or Geiko, Ko meaning Child).