I forgot how to write “beautiful” just a moment…lol omg~~ have to read and write more…I don’t wanna be the people who can speak english just because they’ve been staying here for a long time lol that’s bad bad!
I’ll stay here just a year most likely
so, I already decided what I’ll try in the year. I did, and I’m so excited about it.
my beautiful characters.
coming from my mind soon..
I dont know when but in JULY (maybe,) “spirited away” was on air in Japan. not to mention, GHIBLI movies are so popular in Japan and all around the world, so it wasn’t so special thing
but the movie gave me a bigggg impact and inspired me a lot, especially Haku. his visual and mysterious atmosphere was amazing, and influenced my life later on.
also it made me realized that Japan is the most beautiful country.
I love the movie and Japan.
my new picture^^
tanabta is one of Japanese traditional event in July 7th.
people write their wish down on the colored paper, and hung it on the bamboo just like the picture.
there is a story of it as follows.
Orihime (織姫 Weaving Princess?), daughter of the Tentei (天帝 Sky King, or the universe itself?), wove beautiful clothes by the bank of the Amanogawa (天の川 Milky Way, lit. “heavenly river”?). Her father loved the cloth that she wove and so she worked very hard every day to weave it. However, Orihime was sad that because of her hard work she could never meet and fall in love with anyone. Concerned about his daughter, Tentei arranged for her to meet Hikoboshi (彦星 Cow Herder Star?)(also referred to as Kengyuu (牽牛?)) who lived and worked on the other side of the Amanogawa. When the two met, they fell instantly in love with each other and married shortly thereafter. However, once married, Orihime no longer would weave cloth for Tentei and Hikoboshi allowed his cows to stray all over Heaven. In anger, Tentei separated the two lovers across the Amanogawa and forbade them to meet. Orihime became despondent at the loss of her husband and asked her father to let them meet again. Tentei was moved by his daughter’s tears and allowed the two to meet on the 7th day of the 7th month if she worked hard and finished her weaving. The first time they tried to meet, however, they found that they could not cross the river because there was no bridge. Orihime cried so much that a flock of magpies came and promised to make a bridge with their wings so that she could cross the river. It is said that if it rains on Tanabata, the magpies cannot come and the two lovers must wait until another year to meet.
sited by wikipedia
and the things that are like animal in the picture are called shihsimai.
it is also one of japanese tradition.
people mainly use it and dance with it in the beginning of a year.
I just though it would be interesting if people dance and express the story of tanabata with shishimai.
awww….I have a lots things to achieve. push myself!!!
oh…happy 4th of July anyways lol
The picture represents hell. The Japanese demons are trying to eat the boy. The one on the right is mass of the babies that got abortion. On the left, the demon has tons of soul of women that doesn’t listen to anyone and is nervy.