Judit Vlasits
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Bientôt bientôt :) Shinjuku Alley. Excited for this April's Japan trip!!! Checkout www.tripcapsule.net for more travel tips and stories

Bientôt bientôt :) Shinjuku Alley. Excited for this April's Japan trip!!! Checkout www.tripcapsule.net for more travel tips and stories

Tokyo Tower, Japan 東京タワーWhere I got engaged. I'll have to go back on an anniversary some day.

Tokyo Tower, Japan 東京タワーWhere I got engaged. I'll have to go back on an anniversary some day.

A lakeside tea room (and maybe place for meditation?)Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

A lakeside tea room (and maybe place for meditation?)Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

A traditional Japanese inn - Kanagu Ryokan in Nagano, Japan, is one of many ryokans that inspired the animation, Spirited Away.

A traditional Japanese inn - Kanagu Ryokan in Nagano, Japan, is one of many ryokans that inspired the animation, Spirited Away.

Persimmon and Snow scene by yubomojao, via Flickr- this color scheme reminds me of Snow White, because this is exactly what her mother was looking at when she wished for a daughter with hair as black as wood, lips as red as blood, and skin as white as snow.

Persimmon and Snow scene by yubomojao, via Flickr- this color scheme reminds me of Snow White, because this is exactly what her mother was looking at when she wished for a daughter with hair as black as wood, lips as red as blood, and skin as white as snow.

Jizo statues in Kamakura, Japan. Jizo take care of the souls of unborn children and those who died at a young age. Children “in limbo” in Japan are said to go to a place called sai no kawara, where they must create piles of stones into small towers. But every night the stone towers are destroyed by demons, so the next day the children must make new piles of stones. The making of these towers is to help their parents accrue merit for their own afterlife.

Jizo statues in Kamakura, Japan. Jizo take care of the souls of unborn children and those who died at a young age. Children “in limbo” in Japan are said to go to a place called sai no kawara, where they must create piles of stones into small towers. But every night the stone towers are destroyed by demons, so the next day the children must make new piles of stones. The making of these towers is to help their parents accrue merit for their own afterlife.

Cherry blossoms in Kyoto, Japan. I love learning about other cultures and have about 100 million places I want to see.  Japan is one of them!

Cherry blossoms in Kyoto, Japan. I love learning about other cultures and have about 100 million places I want to see. Japan is one of them!

I don't care that half the girls dressed as geishas are paying for it - I still love it

I don't care that half the girls dressed as geishas are paying for it - I still love it

symphonic sculpture, in the hakone-machi art museum | kanagawa, japan.

symphonic sculpture, in the hakone-machi art museum | kanagawa, japan.

Japan Real Food Adventure, 12 days, food tour: Indulge on fresh and succulent sushi and sashimi, score a bargain at the Tsukiji Fish Market, knock back some sake at a Kyoto brewery and explore the country’s sights on a food tour of Japan.

Japan Real Food Adventure, 12 days, food tour: Indulge on fresh and succulent sushi and sashimi, score a bargain at the Tsukiji Fish Market, knock back some sake at a Kyoto brewery and explore the country’s sights on a food tour of Japan.