Autumn Leaves in Nikko! Even Snow!

By Taka - Last updated: 水曜日, 11月 17, 2010 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment

15th November, I went to Nikko Toshogu Shrine, one of 11 World Cultural Heritage sites in Japan.

Besides Toshogu, autumn leaves in orange, yellow and red were mixed harmoniously to impress my guests so deeply.

They were overwelmed by such magnificent natural beauty of Japan even after shocked by the imbalance of Tokyo metropolitan city in many ways.

Also, Nikko was very exotic on the day, partly because Mt. Nantai, over 1200 meter above sea level, were slightly covered by snow!

Fortunately, they promised me to come back Japan to explore more before they left for the next destination, Taipei.

Sorry I was too busy in Nikko! The picture is an object of Aomori Nebuta paper statue appeared in an event at Meiji Shrine.201011nebuta

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