Postcard from Japan #1

Hello all. Hope all is well. It has been some time since I last posted.

This was supposed to be a “hello from Japan”, being a series of postcards intended to be shared with everyone whilst travelling across Japan, but have taken much longer to edit and publish than I had anticipated. There will be a much more extensive write up of all the places I’ve visited and ate at *cough* when I get some time to sit down to sift, edit and add captions. Enjoy.

A pair of Geisha’s walking down the cobble streets of Gion in Kyoto.

For more postcards from Japan >>>  2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6

5 Responses to “Postcard from Japan #1”
  1. Travel posts always take ages to write I find as you have to remember all the details of the places you went which are often hard to find on the internet (or may be in Japanese!). Looks stunning though.

  2. I would love to use this as my wallpaper!! But i don’t think it can fit my screen. 😦

  3. Nina says:

    This is my favourite postcard of yours from Japan, although they are all amazing! Are you still there? 🙂

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