Japanese Style

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การผสมผสานของ วัฒนธรรมชาวญี่ปุ่น  ที่ยังคงปะปนอยู่ในสังคม มาจนถึงทุกวันนี้ และสามารถพบเห็นได้ทั่วไป นี่เป็นเพียงส่วนหนึ่ง ญี่ปุ่นเป็นเมืองหนาว แฟชั่นเลยมีสีสันตามไปด้วย ของเราพอหน้าหนาว หยิบเสื้ออุ่นออกมาจากตู้สมบัติ บางปีใส่ได้แค่วันเดียว วันต่อมาร้อนแล้ว หน้าหนาวไปไวยังกะโกหก ปีนี้ที่ผ่านมาอาจจะหนาวนานหน่อยแต่ ตอนนี้ ก็ร้อนแล้ว  พอเข้าฤดูหนาวแต่ละปีๆ จะมีเทรนเสื้อผ้าใหม่ๆออกมาเสมอๆ เราจะเห็นในรายการที่ไปถ่ายทำสถานที่ประเทศญี่ปุ่น จะเห็นคนญี่ปุ่นบางส่วนใส่ชุด กิโมโน เดินเที่ยวบ้าง ไปทำงานบ้าง ( กิโมโน (「着物」, kimono, – คิโมะโนะ ) เป็นชุดแต่งกายประจำชาติของประเทศญี่ปุ่น )

 

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Wedding at Meiji Shrine

While wandering in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, I entered Yoyogi Park. The entrance lies in the trees behind and slightly to the west of the Harajuku Station. Luck was with me as I was able to witness an entire traditional Japanese wedding ritual.

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Harajuku Donut Girl
Apparently, in Harajuku Japan, pastries are fashion accessories.

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traditional Japanese pants called hakama.

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 Harajuku Traveling Couple
I was in Harajuku by the Meiji shrine entrance , noticed these two interesting people.

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Pink Harajuku
Harajuku Japan is simply one of the most interesting places on the planet to view fashion and people. Look CLOSELY at the details

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Shibuya Fashion Sense
Fashion in Shibuya Japan was completely enthralling. I had to force myself to leave so I could see the rest of Japan. Harajuku is just a few minutes walk from here. I know you guys like these fashion shots. That’s why I am including them from time to time.

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The Old and the New
In Kamakura Japan, the old met the new in sharp contrast.
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Kimono Drummer Girl
While strolling the streets of Shibuya in Japan, I came across this woman in a kimono playing the drum. The nightlife in Shibuya is amazing. If you stand still, the crowds will move you in one direction or another.

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Ginza Begging Monk
I had left the Tokyo train station and was walking in Ginza to see Kabuki when I found this begging monk.

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Baby Doll Hello Kitty
While staying in Nikko, Japan, it began to rain. This put a stop to our touring for the afternoon. We then got on the train and headed to Otsegu to shop for clothes and souvenirs. On the train, I found this young lady dressed like Little Bo Peep in a baby doll outfit.

 

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Prayer Cleansing Ritual at Meiji Shrine
While wandering in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, I entered Yoyogi Park. The entrance lies in the trees behind and slightly to the west of the Harajuku Station. I found this lady engaging in a cleansing ritual prior to prayer.

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Monk Sweeping Gravel

Nikko Japan

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“Nisei Ichi”

I went to the Little Tokyo Nisei Week celebration in Los Angeles. Nisei means “second generation” and the words I added after the title are numbers: ichi means “one.” ni means “two.” san means “three.” shi means “four.” go means “five.”

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Kamakura DancerIn the city of Kamakura, which is south of Tokyo, I visited the Annual Festival at Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine Mikoshi. During this time, portable shrines are carried and horseback archery performed before spectators. On the Ritual Dance Stage inside the precincts, Japanese dancing is performed. Also, the Shinko Festival takes place with a trio of portable shrines and procession of divine horses. (Photos coming up. One per day.)

 

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Monk on Devine Horse

In the city of Kamakura, which is south of  Tokyo, I visited the Annual Festival at Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine Mikoshi. During this time, portable shrines are carried and horseback archery performed before spectators. On the Ritual Dance Stage inside the precincts, Japanese dancing is performed. Also, the Shinko Festival takes place with a trio of portable shrines and procession of divine horses.

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