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shadow created by a lamp. Could possible be programmed in a way that the object changes over time. what a neat idea. shadow + light are sculpture, too.

Kyoto, Japan

Toei Kyoto Studio Park in Uzumasa, Kyoto, Japan. This is where a lot of Japanese period dramas are filmed.

Mirai-chan 未来ちゃん

Mirai-chan, a little girl in Sado, Niigata, Japan © Kawashima Kotori 未来ちゃん - So Cute! Japanese child ready to participate in a festival (matsuri)

Kitsune

Kitsune 狐 sMany of these more modern Japanese masks have charming features and brilliant characterisation but wouldn't stand-up on stage.

A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head.   ((((;゜Д゜)))  Full Story: www.facebook.com/JapanLoverMe  Art by Little Miss Paintbrush ♥ Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe

A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head. ((((;゜Д゜))) These women appear be very innocent and eat only a little bit of.

Japanese Beckoning Cat: Cats are considered to invite people and fortune into their homes in Japan, therefore manekineko have one paw raised to beckon them inside.  Nikko Kitty!

Japanese Beckoning Cat: Cats are considered to invite people and fortune into their homes in Japan, therefore Maneki Neko have one paw raised to beckon them inside.

Maiko's Spectacular Fashion Statement in Old Kyoto, Japan by Okinawa Soba

Inari Statue at Hanazono-Inari-Jinja, Ueno Park, Tokyo.  Inari 稲荷 is the Japanese Kami (God) of Fertility, Rice, Agriculture, Foxes, Industry and Success, and is one of the Most Important Kami in Shinto. Kitsune 狐 or きつね (Fox) are Believed to be the Special Messengers of Inari - Especially White Foxes .

Inari Statue at Hanazono-Inari-Jinja, Ueno Park, Tokyo. Inari 稲荷 is the…

Mitoyo Kagawa, Japan - April 23: Young japanese women with traditional clothing kimono harvesting tea leaves on hill of tea plantation on April 23, 2012 Mitoyo Kagawa, Japan.

Mitoyo Kagawa, Japan: Young japanese women with traditional clothing kimono harvesting tea leaves on hill of tea plantation on April 2012 Mitoyo Kagawa, Japan

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