Japanese Pics
Japanese Pics
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mymodernmet:

Nagano, Japan-based marshmallow shop Yawahada is the creator of CafeCat, an adorable package of floating marshmallow cats! For 860 yen (that’s about $8 US dollars), you get two cats and four cat paw prints, two in chocolate and two in vanilla flavor. Not only are they cute, they’re supposedly delicious. The dissolving marshmallow cats can be put in hot soy milk, milk tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
mymodernmet:

Nagano, Japan-based marshmallow shop Yawahada is the creator of CafeCat, an adorable package of floating marshmallow cats! For 860 yen (that’s about $8 US dollars), you get two cats and four cat paw prints, two in chocolate and two in vanilla flavor. Not only are they cute, they’re supposedly delicious. The dissolving marshmallow cats can be put in hot soy milk, milk tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
mymodernmet:

Nagano, Japan-based marshmallow shop Yawahada is the creator of CafeCat, an adorable package of floating marshmallow cats! For 860 yen (that’s about $8 US dollars), you get two cats and four cat paw prints, two in chocolate and two in vanilla flavor. Not only are they cute, they’re supposedly delicious. The dissolving marshmallow cats can be put in hot soy milk, milk tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
mymodernmet:

Nagano, Japan-based marshmallow shop Yawahada is the creator of CafeCat, an adorable package of floating marshmallow cats! For 860 yen (that’s about $8 US dollars), you get two cats and four cat paw prints, two in chocolate and two in vanilla flavor. Not only are they cute, they’re supposedly delicious. The dissolving marshmallow cats can be put in hot soy milk, milk tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
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kateoplis:

Three Years After the Tsunami, by one of my favorite photographers, Alejandro Chaskielberg.
kateoplis:

Three Years After the Tsunami, by one of my favorite photographers, Alejandro Chaskielberg.
kateoplis:

Three Years After the Tsunami, by one of my favorite photographers, Alejandro Chaskielberg.
kateoplis:

Three Years After the Tsunami, by one of my favorite photographers, Alejandro Chaskielberg.
kateoplis:

Three Years After the Tsunami, by one of my favorite photographers, Alejandro Chaskielberg.
The Day The Earth Would Not Stand Still
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oessa:

36°05’42.0”N 139°06’56.6”E
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mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
mumeditation:

Rias Hall | took refuge from the 2011.03.11 tsunami here | via chiaki-arai
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early-onset-of-night:

George Takei at Rohwer Camp in Arkansas, where he and his family were imprisoned during World War II. More info.
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kuroinusphoto:

2013年10月29日
27.寶山寺
奈良県生駒市
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stvdy:

Kyoto, Japan (Hidetoshi Kikuchi)
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fuckyeahnativejapanese:

また乗ろう! メッチャ楽しかったね!
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crashinglybeautiful:

Paul Caponigro, Temple, Hiei-San, Kyoto, Japan, 1976
crashinglybeautiful:

Paul Caponigro, Temple, Hiei-San, Kyoto, Japan, 1976