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三縁山増上寺 San’en-zan Zōjō-ji

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2012年 08月 29日 東京 Sangedatsu Gate (三解脱門 Sangedatsu Mon), 1622, Important Cultural Property: The temple’s only original structure to survive the Second World War. “San” (三) means “three”, and “Gedatsu” (解脱) means “Moksha“. If someone passes through the gate, he … Continue reading

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Hello Japan lovers 今日は!

Soon my dream is going to come true. After many years of studying the japanese culture and language I am going to spend a month in Tokyo. The main purpose of the trip is to practise and activate my language skills during a university project. Before, during and after the academic activities I will take time to explore Tokio alone and with company.

Of course I am excited and wondering how much will my theoretical knowledge support me or mislead me. A part of this blog I will write in japanese. So all japanese learners and lovers watch out and don’t hesitate to correct or comment my writing.

With the help of a friend today I got a ticket for a Sumo show. I really look forward to that.

相撲にすごく楽しみですよね!!