Light displays(Japanese version only):
Ice and Snow Festivals(Japanese version only);
fall foliage forecast for 2018：
https://tenki.jp/forecaster/y_nakagawa/2018/09/11/2051.html (Japanese version only)
The fall colors have begun in the Taisetsu mountain range, Hokkaido. (September 16, 2018)
Daisetsuzan National Park Sounkyo Visitor Center:
when and where to see fall foliage:
https://sp.jorudan.co.jp/leaf/ (Japanese version only)
http://www.rurubu.com/season/autumn/koyo/ (Japanese version only)
https://koyo.walkerplus.com/ (Japanese version only)
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
the first horse's day of February (Hatsuuma)
A torii is a symbolic Shinto shrine gate which marks the entrance to a sacred area. It literally means "a perch for birds," but its exact origin is unclear.
Inari(稲荷) is the god grain, agriculture, trade and manufacture. Followers of Inari have a custom of donating a wooden torii to Inari. It is said that the custom started from the Edo Period. As a result, 10,000 torii has lined up.
photos: 高画質壁紙写真集無料壁紙(Japanese version only)