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12.10.2018

I have not been a lot around in this world enough, my knowledge is nothing compared to the vastness of this universe. But I can say that on the way I met people with great generosity who shared with me some of their knowledge. Sometimes I have given help and been repaid in some circumstances thanks to the little help...

To be free in Japan is priceless, one of systematized actions when you travel to japan is to choose a Japan Rail Pass. We tried yet with a great pleasure to explore with it ancient cities like Kyoto and share the discoveries of japanese wonder and beauty by train. The first time JR Lines is a must! Since from Tokyo...

Fushimi Inari Taisha (伏見稲荷大社, ) is a Shinto shrine in south of Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of torii gates, which include trails behind his main entrance buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest from the feet of sacred Mount Inari, 764 ft above sea level with lots of trails up the mountain and many smaller shrines...

Once i traveled to 4 Corners in US. Moving to Santa Fè on the way back to New Mexico we visited the National Park Monument in Mesa Verde, a place that offers a spectacular look into the lives of Ancestral Pueblos who made it their home for over 700 years. Impressed by hundreds of cliffs dwellings with the Sun always...

Bamboo Forest, is one of tourist attraction in Kyoto. A cool ans shady forest called"Sagano Chiku-rin" nearby Arashiyama railway station and is a nice place to spend time walking through there. Arashiyama, whose meaning is "Mountain of the Storm" is a tourist area near the city of Kyoto and is located at the foot of Mount Arashi from which it...

I made my stage debut at the age of 45 on the Japanese Theater. I remind the day arrived in Tokyo Narita around 11:00am. In 2 hours i found myself into this great free experience. We felt the true japanese spirit through experiencing the dance. Not a dramatic dance performance, it was funny and quite nice. I found myselves...