Office Flora – Hiromi Nishiwaki – 三保の松原 (Miho no Matsuabra)🌸😊🌈🗾

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Diamond Fuji

🌸Good morning! 🌸

How are you my friend? 

🌸Good morning! 🌸

Hello, How are you? I am very fine as usual.
Minasama Ogenkide Irasshaimasuka? Watashi wa kawarinaku Genki ni shite orimasu.

The night is long that never finds the day.

Miho no Matsubara

Miho no Matsubara (三保の松原, Pinery of Miho, Pine grove at Miho) is a scenic area on the Miho Peninsula in Shimizu Ward of Shizuoka City, Japan.
Its seven-kilometre seashore is lined with pine trees.

It is the location of the legend upon which the Noh drama Hagoromo is based; on the second Saturday and Sunday of October, the city of Shizuoka holds a Hagoromo Festival and a performance of the Noh drama takes place near the pine tree of the legend.

It was designated as a National Places of Scenic Beauty of Japan in 1922.
In 2013 the pine groves were added to the World Heritage List as part of the Fujisan Cultural Site.

Kami no Michi, Road of God

Harogomo no matsu -

Pine beach at Miho in Suruga. Japanese print shows a view of Mount Fuji with a pine grove on a promontory in the Suruga Bay surrounded by sailboats.
Date     1858 / Hiroshige

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