Sunday, 13 July 2014

Tsushima


Tsushima is an island, really a group of islands in the Sea of Japan.  Most of the island is rural and a nature reserve.  There are distinctive stone roofed buildings which are unlike any found elsewhere in Japan.


This stamp shows a very typical Japanese landscape with cherry blossom and I think that must be Mount Fuji in the background.


These two were on a different postcard..

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6 comments:

  1. Thank you for joining in this week! Cherry blossoms are always special.

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  2. I always like a road bordered by tall standing trees.

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  3. It may sound a cliche, but cherry-blossoms are always a pleasure to see :)

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  4. i feel like having a walk on that 2nd stamp right now :)

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  5. I hadn't heard of Tsushima before but the cherry trees are famous for their blossom.

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  6. Some lovely contrasting landscapes. I don't think I've seen many pictures of Japanese waterfalls and when I think of all those mountains there must be lots.

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