RIN is a old-style cafe hidden away in the countryside. While it's menu selection is simple, it offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere surrounded by nature and antiques. It'd be a great place to study or hang out for a few hours without the crowds.
Celebrate spring and the beginning of the Reiwa era at this festival in Kamogawa City. There will be various food vendors, dances, musical performances, fireworks, and more!
Found these beautiful "sakura" or cherry blossoms in Tomiura, Minamiboso. The entire city is spotted with beautiful pink blossoms. Hopefully the weather will be nice and we can admire them a little bit longer.
マザー牧場 (mazaa bokujo) Going to a farm may not sound like a fun way to spend your weekend, but you'd be surprised by how beautiful the scenery is and how many activities there are. Even on a cloudy day, the view of the green grass and hills contrasted against the pale sky is breathtaking. Patagonian... Continue Reading →
After a stretch of gloomy days in Minamiboso, the sun is finally shining, the bees are flying, and the cherry blossoms beginning to bloom. There are many different types of cherry blossom trees that bloom at different times, but here are some cherry blossoms I found nearby Tomiura Biwa Club. I'm looking forward to the... Continue Reading →
Submit your photos of Minamiboso to this photo contest for a chance to win a prize! Submission deadline is March 20th.
Enjoy an early spring at Wada Town's annual rapeseed blossom (nanohana) festival this month. There will be a variety of refreshment booths, a flea market, mochi-throwing, snack-throwing. You can also buy fresh flowers and fish, as well as listen to a live band. Free ama-zake will be given out from 10:30 a.m. until supplies run... Continue Reading →