Last photo of this series, not so interesting but, what was, is the fact that whilst watching, I was in deep meditation, thinking about the transience of life, as each wave ebb and flowed. I thought about my Dad, who passed away almost two years ago, and the most important lesson he taught me upon leaving this earth. It was how life is transitory, complex and unpredictable. My outlook on life changed forever.. I now live as if my next second is not guaranteed. Is there something you're dreaming about doing, but keep thinking about the reasons why you can't? Your literally a few seconds away from dying. Do it now.. Before it's too late.. 🙏
Inuyama castle, Aichi Prefecture.
Inuyama Castle designated as a National Treasure was built in 1537.
You can feel the history which became the stage of the battle of Warring States era.
It is the oldest style in Japan at the existing donjon tower. The castle tower refers to the tallest building in the site that makes up the castle.
The castle tower has a role to show the authority of the castle as the symbol of the castle to the world.
The beauty of the castle tower is a masterpiece.
The flow of the Kiso river from the castle is also refreshing and captivated by the scenic scenery.
아이 치현 이누 야마 성.
국보로 지정되어있는 개 산성은 1537 년에 지어졌습니다.
전국 시대의 전투의 무대가 된 역사를 느낄 수 있습니다.
현존하는 천수각은 일본에서 가장 오래된 양식으로되어 있습니다. 천수각은 성을 구성하는 부지 안에 가장 높은 건물을 말합니다.
천수각은 성의 상징으로 성주의 권위를 세상에 보여줄 수있는 역할이 있습니다.
그 천수각의 아름다움은 압권입니다.
성에서 바라 보는 기소의 흐름도 시원하고 아름다운 풍경에 마음을 빼앗 깁니다.
Kastil Inuyama, Prefektur Aichi.
Kastil Inuyama yang ditetapkan sebagai Harta Nasional dibangun pada 1537.
Anda bisa merasakan sejarah yang menjadi panggung pertempuran era Perang Amerika.
Ini adalah gaya tertua di Jepang di menara donjon yang ada.
Menara kastil mengacu pada bangunan tertinggi di situs yang membentuk kastil.
Menara kastil memiliki peran untuk menunjukkan otoritas kastil sebagai simbol kastil kepada dunia. Keindahan menara kastil adalah mahakarya. Aliran sungai Kiso dari kastil juga menyegarkan dan terpikat oleh pemandangan yang indah.
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Light Festival in Tadasu no Mori at Shimogamo Shrine. This rare art exhibits will only be featured during Aug 17,2018 - Sep 02, 2018. During this festival the shrine is filled with beautiful art pieces, as well as the Tadasu Forest, which has been turned into an unique art space of glowing ovoids.