In Kabuki plays, the quiet sound of a small drum is used to depict the silence of snow falling. It sounds gently "ton ton ton ton・・・・・".
It might seem to be contradictory that silence has onomatopoeia or the sound - sound of silence. But the sound of silence expresses the depth of silence more eloquently.
Sow is falling shin shin to on the five-storied pagoda of Kofuku-ji Temple,the symbol of Nara .
Snow is falling shin shin to on Great Buddha Hall of Todaiji Temple.
Some of them are taking shelter under a big tree.
She is bowing to beg deer crackers.
And some of them are running and playing.
Some of them are searching for some chocolate for Valentine Day.
Most eye-catching thing about the deer in Nara Park is they practice Japanese custom
- bowing to people as we bow when we greet.
There live about 1100 deer. All of them are wild animals
and considered as holy messengers of Kasuga Shinto god.
Sow is falling shin shin to on the neighborhood
This is a lovely lane lined with cherry trees . Now they look like bearing white flowers.
In spring, they will be in full bloom.
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