timscribbles G2 Japan: Part Seven
Today’s will be a bit short, tomorrow’s will be a bit later in the day. I’m going out for a couple of days, but I promise I’ll have some “JDM” cars for you when I get back. For now, enjoy a little bit more of Japan.
This one of torii’s
“The function of a torii is to mark the entrance to a sacred space. For this reason, the road leading to a Shinto shrine (sandō) is almost always straddled by one or more torii, which are therefore the easiest way to distinguish a shrine from a Buddhist temple.” (wiki)
Hand washing basin up close
Traditional Japanese wedding procession
Nissan Cubes are the exactly opposite from ours.
Honda Odysseys looks so much better over there.
I thought this was pretty clever. Its your typical traditional Japanese style restaurant, but instead of kneeing, they have a hole in the table where you can put your feet down.
Gasp a GTR.
Super ultra vintage shot.