Perfect Ponds in Japan

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Today, I am showing memories of my trip to Japan in 2019 again.

Japanese Gardens are very carefully and beautifully laid out and they always feature a pond with marvelous reflections. I would love to see these gardens in autumn with the colored foliage. Perhaps next year … ?

Kinkaku-ji „Golden Pavilion“, Kyoto
Koi pond at a Teahouse Garden, Kyoto
Shinjuku Gyoen Park, Tokyo

This is for Debbie’s One Word Sunday Challenge „Pond/Ponder“.

Always looking forward to your feedback.

21 Kommentare zu „Perfect Ponds in Japan

  1. Nice pictures! I lived in the Osaka area for around 5 years, and moved to Tokyo at the start of 2020. I still haven’t have too much time to explore the city due to social distancing practices, but I was really surprised to see how huge Shinjuku Gyoen Park in the center of Tokyo is! It can be hard to find nature in Tokyo, but it helps when you have a park that size right in the center of things, right? Are you planning on coming back to Japan next year?

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  2. Thank you 😊. Usually, I do not like to go back to countries I have been before. Like you I „collect“ them. But Japan is definitely worth a second visit.

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  3. Deine Bilder erinnern mich stark an meinen Japan-Aufenthalt vor vielen Jahren, speziell der Kinkaku-ji “Golden Pavilion” in Kyoto. Danke fürs Zeigen.
    Liebe Grüße und noch einen schönen Sonntag,
    Roland

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