Japanese beauty in poetry.
Still at the Edo museum in Tokyo. Forgive me: I’ve been lazy in sending out my emails. But the good news is that my website chantalhereandthere.com is getting revamped!
A close up (from the Edo Museum)
The Edo museum is a marvel of education through three-dimensional scenes, panels and experiences. This miniature shows life in Edo (Tokyo) in the 17th century, when a million people lived in the area.… Continue reading
Japan has not just one but three forms of writing characters. Here they are. Kanji is the more classical one and is on the left. It is close of Chinese; Mia was thrilled… Continue reading
The museum of the history of Tokyo is so much fun inside. Outside, it looks like: 1. Edo castle 2. A rice storehouse 3. An intergalactic space station [Answer: it looks like an… Continue reading