As my friends and I were hiking on Atagoyama in Arashiyama, Kyoto Japan, we saw this interesting scene - trees on a tree 😉 Life goes on! We are No-des team! Takuto from Japan, Anika from Germany, Eldwen from Indonesia and Sarita (me) from Thailand. Along the hike, there are the distance progress signs that cheer... Continue Reading →
Now it's about time that spring flowers are blooming in Japan. Some snapshots of flowers along the way walking to work. Happy the beginning of Spring!
A naked tree without any leaves reminds me that life has both good times and bad times. Even in a cold winter, it has to let go of leaves to sustain its body to survive another season. Just like this quote by Elbert Hubbard that goes "Do not take life too seriously. You will never... Continue Reading →
Now in Japan, plum blossom is blooming. This signals the end of winter as we are moving towards spring. Green birds (Uguisu, 鶯) started to appear again after a long cold winter. Another season has come! ตอนนี้ที่ญี่ปุ่น ดอกบ๊วย (Ume หรือ Plum blossom) เริ่มบานแล้ว เป็นสัญลักษณ์ของการเปลี่ยนผ่านจากฤดูหนาว เข้าสู่ฤดูใบไม้ผลิ จะเริ่มเห็นนกกระจิบ ตัวสีเขียวๆ (Uguisu, 鶯) บินมาเกาะตามกิ่งต้นพลัม https://www.facebook.com/SaritaSanpo/videos/378274405952524/
Enjoyment happens when you wake up in the morning and see flowers that weren't yet bloomed yesterday, now blooming. In ancient Japan, each year is divided into 72 micro-seasons. Within the four seasons of Winter-Spring-Summer-Fall, there are mini changes that occur in every 5 to 6 days, and they create 72 micro-seasons within a year.... Continue Reading →
Imagine being surrounded by thousands of flowers hanging from the sky. This is one of my favorite artworks by Teamlab - an artist collaborative, interdisciplinary creative group. This art concept is similar to Japanese Zen gardens which was meant as a place for Zen priests to carry out training to become one with nature. It... Continue Reading →