Japanese Year in Ukraine

2017 is the year of Japan in Ukraine. Thus, Ukrainians have a unique chance to get to know more about Japan and its culture. I was particularly lucky to visit Japanese Gardens which are presented right in the city. I felt very inspired by the seen. There is no single element or design component indicative of or required for a Japanese garden. The simplicity of Zen design is often the main finished attribute of a Japanese garden, which encompasses peace, calm and serenity. Varieties of design elements are generally incorporated to achieve the full effect of a traditional Japanese garden. Have a look:

In case you would like to know more about Japan, visit https://nice2beme.com, highly recommended!

Have a lovely week!

Love you all,

Yours Film Director

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17 thoughts on “Japanese Year in Ukraine

  1. Wonderful post! My wife and I are both Ukrainian, and the funny thing, our daughter’s favourite pavilion at EPCOT in Disney World, is the Japanese pavilion. She loves everything Japan, their culture, anime (Hayao Miyazaki), the works. Cheers!

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Mike! I feel in love with Japan too, its culture and traditions are so beautiful. I had a unique chance to look at it closer! Thank you for watching! Hugs! Best wishes to your wife and daughter from Ukraine!

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    1. Yes, almost every year, we have a country to pick, sometimes, it can be that several countries during one year. Isn’t it exciting? I enjoy such creative ideas. Thank you so much for watching!

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  2. I love the Zen style, too, Ann, and would definitely like to visit Japan. Japanese gardens are fascinating and what a great idea to have one in Kyiv. It’s a wonderful way to help people to learn about other cultures. We have a small, permanent Japanese garden only a few miles from where I live. It’s owned by a Japanese couple who run a Meditation Centre and the garden is very popular with people from all over the country. A lovely video, Ann. Thank you for posting it.

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    1. Oh, that’s great that you have your own Japanese garden, great! Yes, this is lovely to be able to enjoy other’s culture through nature, the best way ever! Thank you for watching!

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    2. Oh, that’s great that you have your own Japanese garden, great! Yes, this is lovely to be able to enjoy other’s culture through nature, the best way ever! Thank you for watching!

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