Fushimi Inari Taisha, One Lovely Orange Shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Sometimes boredom has its positive side. So that what was happened to me. Since i was sooooo bored, i just opened every folder on my harddisk drive. Then, i came to my Japan trip folder about 4 months ago. It brougt back all my happy moment, as i went through the folder, these pictures of one lovely orange shirine at Kyoto, Fushimi Inari Shrine came up. It is said that this kyoto’s oldest (founded in 711 AD) and attractive orange shrine is dedicated to inari, the god of rice, sake , and prosperity. This is one of most important shrine … Continue reading Fushimi Inari Taisha, One Lovely Orange Shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Hurriedly Singapore; First Time Abroad

Singapore, ehm, i just read about its tourism news in relation with my country, although news that i will tell a little bit late, it is said that based on Singapore Tourism Board, at 2011, Indonesia ranked first as country who visited Singapore the most, about 2,5 million tourists, followed by China at second with 1,5 million, and Malaysia at third. I thought about it, their population just 5,312,400 million, 47% of their population, wow, i think that’s an amazing number. Almost half of their population. I just imagined how dense it was. Mmmmm. And, here we are, me and … Continue reading Hurriedly Singapore; First Time Abroad