These Photos Capture The Intense Beauty Of Japan And We Are Literally Astonished

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Hello readers,

Today we are going to talk about Japan – The Land Of The Rising Sun.

My earliest memory of Japan started with my parents telling me that Japan manufactures the best Televisions in the world. Later, I got to know that Japan is technologically the most advaced country in the world, beating the US and Germany. Yes, it’s true!

When I was studying in the US, I was friends with a few Japanese students and they would often say “How technologically backward US is compared to Japan.”

So, here we can understand the kind of technology Japan possesses!

Also, I recall a famous story wherein a hardware firm from the US asked a Japanese company to deliver them “Perfect product where they won’t accept more then 4 erratical products.” The Japanese could not understand this theory and especially manufactured ‘4 defective pieces‘ to deliver to the US company, citing the reason ‘We don’t manufacture defective products, but on your demand, we have done so.’

So I believe, Japan is a perfect country. Also when we talk about it’s beauty, again it’s just perfect. A photographer from Japan, Naaga Oshi has captured the beauty of Japan, and believe me, it’s just stunning!

Have a look.

Beauty, Beauty Everywhere!


White Is Beautiful!


The Umbrella Night!


How does it look when a river flows by?


Pure Beauty!


The Chilling Snow!


White and red.


Wow, wow and wow!


Snowfall at night.


A thing of beauty is a joy forever.

These images are indeed a pure stunner and we just hope that you liked looking at them. I guess you have started believing by now that whatever Japan does, it does with perfection. Even when it comes to capturing the beauty of their country.

These photos are a delight to the eye and bring a calming effect to our souls.

And indeed, these pics show Japan in altogether a different light. In a beautiful light.

Was this story successful in arousing your desire to visit Japan someday and experience the marvel that is Japan, firsthand? Let us know in the comments section.

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