This beautiful old inn in Shirakawa-go, a World Heritage Site in Gifu Prefecture, Japan.
About The Author
Long-time resident in Japan (since 1993) but originally from Canada. Has written guidebook chapters, magazine articles, tons of blog entries and even a book about less-known aspects of Japan. In his free time, he loves photography, cycling, and exploring interesting and obscure places around the Kansai area.
Leave a reply Cancel reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
- Animals (25)
- Architecture and interiors (52)
- Death (19)
- Dolls and Sculpture (40)
- Fashion (38)
- Festivals (65)
- Food (28)
- Japan Blogs and Websites (30)
- Jobs (25)
- Kids and Toys (43)
- Living information (9)
- Martial Arts and Sports (21)
- Nature (26)
- Osaka, Kyoto, and the Kansai Region (64)
- Other (19)
- Pop Culture (52)
- Sex (23)
- Street Scenes (93)
- Technology (28)
- Tokyo and the Kanto Region (167)
- Traditional Japan (147)
- Translations (2)
- Travel Destinations (94)
- Uncategorized (10)
akihabara arashiyama asakusa awashima jinja boy children cosplay costume play doll festival grave graveyard harajuku japan japanese japan photos kawasaki kids koen kyoto love hotels matsuri meiji shrine mikoshi nara okinawa osaka park photo photos saitama samurai sanja showa kinen shrine statue street performer tachikawa temple tokyo Tokyo and the Kanto Region ueno wakayama yakuza yoyogi park
These old houses are really cool. I also saw these at the old village called Ouchijuku on the way to Aizuwakamatsu.
The beautiful photo of the old house, had me to stop and look around. Thanks for your post is very interesting.
Really?! I still am taken aback that this keeps happening these days. I am very happy I was sitting down for this. We need to know for the future. Lets keep an eye on the issue moving forward.