The artistical earthenware of sake cup created by Kako Katsumi, pottery artist lives in Sasayama city, is now available for Gatcha-Gatcha game in a seasonal Art-Gallery Shop in Kawaramachi, Sasayama city.
The city is famous for its traditional view of townscape as Japan Heritage. The city has another treasure as Japan Heritage, pottery of Tanba Kiln. The kiln is known for one of the 6 oldest kilns in Japan.
I think this is an unusual humor to encourage affinity of Japanese pottery.
現在篠山に在住の加古勝己氏の陶芸作品 「手びねりのお猪口」がなんと期間限定アートギャラリーショップ （篠山市河原町、伝統建造物保存地区）にてガチャガチャで手に入ります！しかも1回500円。世界にファンを持つ加古氏の作品がガチャガチャでゲットできるという、
Referred to as "Japan's kitchen", Osaka has no shortage of delicious foods and one of its most famous is "okonomiyaki" (お好み焼き, savoury pancake). Osakan okonomiyaki differs from the Hiroshima-style in that all the ingredients are mixed into the batter and then fried. You can watch the exciting ritual of it being made at any one of the city's many "teppanyaki-ya" (鉄板焼き屋, iron griddle restaurants) or even make it yourself at others!
The Jidai Matsuri is one of Kyoto’s three great festivals. During the festival, which takes place today, over 2,000 people dressed in costumes representing each era of Kyoto’s 1,100-year history parade through Kyoto, starting at the Kyoto Imperial Palace and finishing at the Heian Shrine. (CC BY-SA 1.0 Corpse Reviver via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-NC 2.0 via Patrick Vierthaler)
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Managed to sneak into see the Kinkaku-ji just before they closed the entrance 🇯🇵
Nachi Falls... It’s been a location on my bucket list since my first trip to Japan. I never thought I’d actually see this place with my own eyes - it’s nothing short of incredible 🗺
When’s the last time you saw a place for the first time?