Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Wooden sign boards at Kozanji Temple, in Kyoto

Wooden sign boards at Kozanji Temple, in Kyoto


At 2/20/2008 12:29 PM, Blogger Isadora said...

Not only is it very exotic but what beautiful fall colors on the leaves. Thanks for sharing.

At 2/22/2008 5:30 PM, Blogger Akiko y Raquel said...

Hi Macky!!!

I love the colors in this photo. It is impressive how good you catch all that beautiful details in nature. Probably, that's because you have a sensitive soul. =O)). Thanks for that beautiful space.

By the way, what is the meaning of zenzai, amazake, and hiyaa ame, onegaishimasu. Sorry for my ignorance =O(.

Greetings, and take care =O)))


At 2/23/2008 8:22 AM, Blogger macky said...

thanks for the comments, isadora y raquel.

Sorry for my ignorance?? I alway cannot help admiring your passion for Japanese language!!

Zenzai, amazake and hiyashi ame are all hot and sweet drinks for winter which make us warm and relax. Zenzai, aka shiruko, is made of sugar and pasted azuki beans with caked rice, mochi. Amazake is made of sugar and fermented rice.(Ama means sweet and zake means sake or arcohol) Hiyashi ame is made of some kinds of sugar slightly with ginger. (Shiyashi means cold or cool and ame means candy.)

At 2/25/2008 4:58 PM, Blogger Raquel Méndez said...

Hi Macky =O)))

Dômo arigatô gozaimasu =O)).

I love learn from you, and about your specific explanations!!!.

Ooi chiisai kisusu, amai Macky-chan =O)))


At 4/10/2008 4:03 PM, Blogger Sekhar said...

nice location with colours. thanks.


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