Fukai Nihon 深い日本 - Shades from Japan
The Japanese (but not only them) passion for gacha machines takes a step forward by becoming "wearable". In your next trips to Japan, it may happen you'll come across something particular, a little anomalous to the eye, but we are still talking about Japan.
The God of Thunder was born from Okuninushi 大国主命 (chief god of Izumo, in the southern island of Honshu and central character of the important cycle of myths set in that region) and Takiri-bime, one of the Munakata Sanjojin - 宗像 三女神 (three goddesses enclosed in the Munakata-taisha Shrine - 宗像ー代謝 ), the brother of Takemikazuchi and Kaminari (Raiden) .
Among Japan's best known and most famous monuments, anyone who sees it can tell you that is in the land of the rising sun. Let's see what it is, a bit of history, curiosity about the attraction that many tourists have see, even too many at times. How to get there and how many other useful information to plan your visit.
Located in the city of Kyōto-shi it is one of the most famous buildings in the world, the official name of the complex is: 「Rokuon-ji」 the structure is surrounded by a pond called: Kyōko-chi where there are small islands and stones that represent the history of creation according to bukkyō.
Jorōgumo 絡新婦 The Spider Woman, one of the best known yokai in Japanese folklore, appears in the tales and chronicles of Japan from the Edo period. A creature that has always had a particular charm because of its stories.
Yokai creatures such as monsters, demons, spirits, or "goblins" have been part of Japanese stories and folklore for hundreds of years and have evolved and adapted to modern times and society, transforming and finding space even in entertainment with films and anime .