Ariake Station, it’s a railway station on the #Yurikamome Line, in Kōtō, Tokyo. Its station number is U-12. Opened on 1 November 1995, the station is located within walking distance to Kokusai-tenjijō Station on the Rinkai Line.
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What can i say for today picture.... lol👽👽👽
Its a shop that sell all sort of random stuff... 😨including... a Monochrome Screen and an Alien wearing a short pants... 😱
That shop is called Seven, and they "about 77% of our items are at 777yen Lets find your Treasure"😉✨ .
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Quest ce que je peux dire pour la photo d’aujourdhui... 👽👽👽lol
Cest un magasin qui vend toutes sorte de choses qui nont pas de sens... 😨ca inclu donc un ecran monochrome et... un Alien en short... lol 😱
Le magasin sappel "Seven" et ils disent que "environ 77% de nos articles sont a 777yen, trouvons votre tresor!"😉✨
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Tokyo by night 😎 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Shibuya was one of my favourite districts that I visited in Tokyo, even though it did at times feel like Japanese Vegas 😱 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
TOP TIP - While we were in Shibuya we visited a Yakitori restaurant called Marukin. For only $7.50 an hour you can drink as much as you like and you get to pour your own drinks too! 🤩 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Gifu Castle Gifu Prefecture
Oda Nobunaga, a hero who scattered in the flame of Honnō-ji in the warring States era just before the unification of the universe. Gifu Castle was the place where he called the Innovation Child of the era hugged the ambition for the world and declared it. Gifu Castle is a sharp mountain castle rising up to the summit of Kinkakuyama and still has the prowess that showed its victory in Japan during the Warring States Period.
명성 탐방 🏯
기후현 기후 성 ✨
전국 시대에 천하 통일을 눈앞에두고 혼 노지의 불길 속에 흩어진 영웅오다 노부나가. 시대의 혁신 아동라는 그가 천하의 야망을 품고 그것을 선언 한 장소가 기후 성이었습니다. 긴카 산 정상에 우뚝 솟은 험준한 산성 인 기후 성은 전국 시대에 일본 전역에 그 패를 보여준 위용을 지금도 가득 채우고 있습니다.
Gifu Castle Gifu Prefecture
Oda Nobunaga, seorang pahlawan yang tersebar di api Honnō-ji di era Negara yang berperang sebelum sebelum penyatuan alam semesta. Gifu Castle adalah tempat di mana dia disebut Anak Inovasi dari era memeluk ambisi untuk dunia dan menyatakannya. Gifu Castle adalah benteng gunung yang tajam naik ke puncak Kinkakuyama dan masih memiliki kehebatan yang menunjukkan kemenangannya di Jepang selama Periode Warring States.
Woods. Aside from all the amazing ornate plant work, you could also notice more natural elements in the garden. If you plan to visit Kenroku-en, I might suggest that you a lot a long period of time to fully explore the place. We weren’t able to do so because of time restraints. I think it would be ideal to visit during the spring or autumn seasons because I think they would offer more to see. It was summer during our visit, so you can imagine the heat and it garden was filled with green plants and trees. It was still a beautiful stop nonetheless.
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Day 10: Global Mission Center
Pastor Akira Mori has lived in Iwaki in Fukushima Prefecture for 29 years. Raised in Hokkaido, he came to faith as a teenager through the witness of American missionaries.
In 2010 the local church he was pastoring in Iwaki decided to move into a new home - a large building which had previously been a Pachinko (gambling) parlor. However, shortly after purchasing the building and before renovations had been completed, the triple disaster of 2011 struck.
Just 5 days after the tsunami, Pastor Mori started receiving relief supplies to be stored in the lower part of the building. Tons of supplies began arriving daily for distribution to those in need. He also made available every open space in the upper part of the building to house volunteers looking for a place to sleep. It was a hectic time, but God was at work.
As he prayed, God impressed upon Pastor Mori that relief efforts in Iwaki would need to continue for several years to come. Convicted that the body of Christ should lead these efforts, he started an NPO called Global Mission Japan. 7 years later, relief work is still ongoing. Whereas in the early years it took the form of material aid, they now focus on programs to support the mental and emotional well-being of those who were displaced, in order to help get them back on their feet.
Pastor Mori’s prayer for his church is that the building be used for doing God’s will in Iwaki, throughout Japan and around the world. .
He desires that God’s presence be known in the sanctuary, and His peace felt in their café, and that God’s purposes through Global Mission Japan will be carried forth to the unreached parts of the world.
Bridge. Venturing further into the garden, I saw this tiny bridge that visitors have to pass to cross over to the other side of the garden. I found it particularly beautiful as I walked further away. I had to take a photo of it. It is challenging because it always had people crossing the bridge, taking photos on the bridge or both. I had to be patient to get this shot or close to what I wanted. I also liked that the tree was there to frame the photo.
Mengunjungi Jepang belum lengkap kalau kita ga visit ke Sensoji Temple, Asakusa. Kawasan ini ga pernah sepi oleh wisatawan. Makanya disarankan bagi kalian untuk datang pagi pagi kalau mau foto dengan damai. .
Di sini banyak banget toko-toko yg menarik untuk dikunjungi, bagi kalian yg suka window shopping cocok banget untuk datang ke sini. Hati hati kalap ya kalau belanja di sini ✌😛
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Kinkakuji , Japan 🇯🇵
Kinkakuji (金閣寺) also known as Golden Pavilion, is famous for its beautiful golden temple. The top two floor is completely covered in gold leaf, which gives it signature golden look. Kinkakuji is one of the most famous place in Kyoto and should be apart of your next adventure.
Kenroku-en. I was able to visit Japan during it’s summer season. On this time, we were able to go to Kanazawa. We visited Kenroku-en. It is known as one of the most beautiful Japanese gardens in the country. I could see why with it’s signature bonsais, ponds and shrines. It was massive! But we were only to explore the centre and some of the periphery.