Tondabayashi, Osaka, Japan; February 17, 2010 — UFO Network (Reblog)

An Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) was observed at the time and location noted below. Date: 2010/02/17 0:28 Horizontal Accuracy: 1034m GPS: 34.5005° N, 135.6070° E Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=34.5005N,+135.6070E

Tondabayashi, Osaka, Japan; February 17, 2010 — UFO Network

Datemaki, Japanese Traditional Pan-Fried Egg (Vegetarian) — Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food (Reblog)

This is a Japanese traditional New Year’s dish called Datemaki. It mainly contains egg and fish paste and has sweet taste and smooth texture. Today I use tofu as substitute for fish paste because tofu is easily available, it is delicious, and it becomes a great dish for people who follow vegetarian diet. For good […]

Datemaki, Japanese Traditional Pan-Fried Egg (Vegetarian) — Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food

What is Zen ? — My Wandering Books (Reblog)

History of Zen Zen Buddhism is a mixture of Indian Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism. It began in China, spread to Korea and Japan, and became very popular in the West from the mid 20th century. The essence of Zen is attempting to understand the meaning of life directly, without being misled by logical thought or […]

What is Zen ? — My Wandering Books

An Inspiring Zen Story……… — Boundless Blessings by Kamal (Reblog)

One day a traveller climbed up on a mountain where he saw a hermit woman meditating with no one around her.  Surprised to see her there all by herself, he asked: “What are you doing here alone in such a solitude place?  You are not scared if something happens to you?”  To which she replied: […]

An Inspiring Zen Story……… — Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Book Review # 204: After the Banquet — The Pine-Scented Chronicles (Reblog)

Of Love and Politics Japanese literature is one of the vastest and most diverse in the world of literature. Its influence extends beyond Japan and has been in existence for centuries. Lady Murasakami Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji is recognized as one of the earliest published novels. Two Japanese writers – Yasunari Kawabata and Kenzaburō […]

Book Review # 204: After the Banquet — The Pine-Scented Chronicles

*Fascinating, I should know more about Japanese literature. Find this book here.

… but this is also interesting — and this.