Travel to Japan!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

The Anecdote of Fox Related Shrines.


Hello, this is Hidekura Tamonin of "Travel to Japan!"

Have you ever seen beautiful photos of Japanese Himeji Castle or other world heritages?

Here is the introduction of the photo eBook named"The Anecdote of Fox Related Shrines."

Fushimi Inari Shrine is symbolized by its red Torii gates. The red color is called Syuiro(vermilion color) in Japanese, and the Syuiro represents a feeling of cheerful hope, which is the source of life, mother earth, and production. It is the origin of faith for the spirit of Inari Ookami.

Please enjoy the interesting story and beautiful photos!
You'll be able to see some photos which are contained in
the eBookURL is as follows;
http://members3.jcom.home.ne.jp/h-tamonin/eBook.htm

Please check it right now!

If you'd like to know about the pohots, please feel free to ask me.
(or if you buy the photograph collection eBook from CyberRead
or eBookMall, you will be able to enjoy more beautiful photos!
The site URLs are also included in the above homepage.)

In this blog, I'm going to write stories regarding foreign trvellers to
Japan and also their impression to Japan.
Moreover, as I translated the explanations of the photos which
are included in the eBooks into English, I'm going to wirte the hard
luck story of the translation.

See you soon!

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