Thursday, August 20, 2015

TOKYO WALKING , KUNITACHI IN THE SUBURBS.

We visited Yabo Tenmangu in the suburbs of Tokyo.

JR南武線の谷保駅からスタートです。

The entrance of the shrine. 谷保天満宮です。


The main building.


There ia a pond in this precincts.


Carp.


Then we visited Shiroyama koen park.

城山公園に行きました。


Red heart lilies are blooming in a colony.

キツネノカミソリの群生です。

Red heart lilies.


There are many flowers in this area.


Kusaki. クサキです。


Teika-Kazura. テイカカズラです。


White cotton rosemallow. 芙蓉です。


Cotton rosemallow. 酔芙蓉です。 花びらの色が1日のうちで変化します。

This flower would change the color in one day. You can see the change by you tube below.





There are some farmer's fields in this district,we can see vegetable flowers too.


Okra. オクラです。


Oriental garlic. ニラです。

Wild big mushrooms. My lens cap is on a mushroom.

仁王ヒメジです。

Large brown cicada.


Jewel beetle. 玉虫です。





40 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures !
    Best wishes
    Käthe

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  2. Love all your flower photos! Gorgeous!

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  3. I enjoy going through your posts . It is the next best thing to be actually traveling in Japan! Have a good day.

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  4. What an abundance of beautiful wildflowers! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  5. Such a wonderful collection of architecture and flowers! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  6. Wow - those mushrooms are huge! I've never seen such large mushrooms in the wild.
    Great photos.
    I hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/double-play-on-way.html

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  9. Such an interesting walk, Minoru!

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  10. What a gorgeous place to walk round with beautiful flowers and fish to see. I loved the short video of the flower changing. that is amazing to change so much in such a short time. I hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  11. So beautiful impressions of nature, Minoru!!! How much I love the blossom which can change her colour in one day!!! I've never seen or known that before! I also like the little jewel beetle. How wonderful the colours shimmer in the sunlight :)
    Enjoy a happy weekend!!!
    Katrin :)

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  12. Hello Minoru, what a lovely shrine. A beautiful place to visit. The flowers and rose video are lovely. And the green Bettle is neat looking. Wonderful photos! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  13. I love your flowers, Minoru. The fish pond is crystal clear, too.
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  15. A beautiful shrine! And what a great collection of photos! I was so happy to see the okra flower...we grow that a lot on the south of the US but many northerners have never seen the beautiful flower.

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  16. What a gorgeous place! I want to come visit and take a ton of photos because there is so much!

    Thank you for joining us for Photo Friday this week!

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  17. A very beautiful garden ... Fun to see the farmers fields in the background! Smart to show how big the mushroom ar by using your lens cap!

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  18. Hello Minoru, The flowers are gorgeous and it's interesting to see the critters as well.

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  19. My jaws dropped in disbelief to see such mushrooms being clustered together.
    They also look very big and delicious to eat. It makes me wonder how they could
    grow together in such manner.

    I love the Cotton Rosemallow and Okra because they look so neat and simple
    yet very pretty and elegant. I wonder if they give out any sweet scents?

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    1.  Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I have never seen these big mushrooms. I do not know Cotton Rosemallow and Okra have sweet scents.After boiling, Okra's fruits are delicious for eating.

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  20. YouTube が興味深いですね。どんあ化学反応で、色が変わるのかしら? 自然のいたずらが楽しませてくれます。 私はクサキの写真大変気に入りました。お見事です(相変わらずですが)。

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    1. Dear Akemi sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。 どうして、何のために、色が変わるのか、私も分かりません。 

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