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My favourite thing in my Cityscape of Tokyo is the fish I drew to represent the famous Tsukji Fish Market, which I have visited on one of my many trips to Japan. In my drawings, a fish can be the size of a skyscraper. It's all about what's important for me. I adore Japan and love drawing the decorative, arched roofs, such as the Mejii Jingu Shrine as much as the glass and concrete modernist temples of the commerce. I like to see the modernity of the Harajuku girls as much as the traditional dress and culture of the kimono clad Geishas. The old and new in a natural and man made world, compete for space in the super-size city that is Tokyo and help to contribute to its unique and charismatic culture.
Dali is a small city in the Yunnan province in the South west of China. It has a beautiful old town with traditional architecture and beautiful scenery. It's a relaxing destination to enjoy traditional Chinese cuisine, pu'er tea and buy handicrafts and various local products.
Taichung has a pleasant climate and environment and an average temperature of 22.4℃.
Taichung is endowed with a rich history and beautiful natural scenery.
It also offers well-priced culinary delights, assorted shopping areas and arts performances, making it well worth a visit.
This place is a beautiful place you should visit once in your life! You can see many of amazing architecture in Deoksukung Palace and around this area. In autumn, This is a good place to see the fall foliage while walking along the stonewall.
Illustrated map of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage routes in Kii Peninsula, Japan
Rich with natural and man made heritage, Mongolia is a vast country, home of the largest equestrian statue in the world- it's 40 m tall and depicts Genghis Khan on horseback. It is also a country of many dinosaur discoveries, singing dunes, hot springs, ancient Buddhist monasteries and palaces.
Nara, a city near Kyoto, is a perfect city for day-trip. As Japan's capital city during Nara Period, it contains many historical Buddhism temples (including Todaiji - world's largest wooden building). Deer wander freely around near Nara Park.
Tourists usually arrive at one of the railway stations (JR or Kintetsu), and then walk around the east part of the city to visit temples and deers. There are some Nara foods along the way.