I’ve been talking about Japan in my last couple of Feng Shui Fridays in reference to their design aesthetic. The images I’ve been perusing for my recent Feng Shui Fridays makes me long to go back to Japan. After all, Japan is where I first heard of Feng Shui and subsequently began my studies of Feng Shui.
Many of you don’t know that I lived in Sendai for 2 years after graduating from university and I haven’t been back since. I was an English teacher at a private school teaching English to Japanese students of all ages. I also studied Aikido, earning my black belt, and learned how to speak Japanese… seems like a lifetime ago.
Japan is a magical place, with beautiful, historic architecture, delicious, gorgeous food… I mean, like, works of art gorgeous, colors I’ve never seen before, and the Ohanami Festival(Cherry Blossom)❤️ I wish I could find all of my old photos, but here is one from my daughter’s trip with her school in 2013.
The further away I am fromMy time in Japan, the more I realize the country is the embodiment of Feng Shui. Clean, uncluttered, and a balance of elements, Japan is the real deal.
I’ve been dreaming about traveling again and Japan is at the top of my list to visit.
Where are you dreaming of going?