A drizzle on our first day in Nagasaki. These little transparent umbrellas always remind me of Japan.
There were so many of the old tram systems still in use in Kyushu. They might not be as fast as you want them to be but it was lovely being in one.
But I was blown away by how stunning the Western and Japanese elements worked together.
I want to live in one.
We saw an exhibition about Finnish design, and bought a little spoon as keepsake by the late Sori Yanagi.
And we were lucky to be greeted by a pretty pink sunset after an all day of rain.
Hello Nagasaki, I think I just might have fallen in love.
I wish to be there with you ;)ReplyDelete
Haha I wish to be in Czech Republic with you, it looks beautiful from your blog!Delete
oh, thank you :) so come here one time :)!Delete
Oh how quaint the Dejima is!ReplyDelete
Yeap but actually we kind of went too late, I would have liked to spend more time there!Delete
So beautiful! I'm in love with all those patterns.ReplyDelete
Me too, thank you!Delete
hello and Happy New Year,shirley-chan!!ReplyDelete
またメールするね。Miss chatting with you!
the nagasaki art museum was a good memory from my kyuushu trip as well. I actually browsed through Fukuyama Masaharu's photographs, I guess it's a fun factor when it's someone you don't quite expect as a photographer. more travels to come in 2013 ;)ReplyDelete
Oh I would have liked to look at those photos too. Gosh as if the guy is not talented enough, on top of his good looks *lol*Delete
SO envious of this trip! the photos are perfection :)ReplyDelete