Travel Fantasy: Mount Ōmine in Japan

Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Yawza, can you feel the fresh mountain air pinching your cheeks just by looking at those photos? It seems that Japan keeps on amazing me lately with their little hidden historical treasures like this spot – the Mount Ōmine. It’s a sacred place in Japan and on the bottom of it there is a little village called Tenkawa, which is considered a World Heritage site. Just imagine taking an autumn hiking trip there, exploring all those different little routes and getting to see all that beauty first hand. Dreamy!

Have you even been to Japan? Would you like to? xo
P.S: Super snazzy GIVEAWAY Wednesday is coming up!

(Photos via Nunun Tjondro, Scott McDonald)


Anonymous said...

You find the dreamiest of places Diana. I'd love to go there. Jill

Couture Carrie said...

Great to hear from you, darling!
Amazing pics!


Diana Mieczan said...

Awww..thank you, Jill:)

HiLLjO said...

I love how the leaves "cascade" down the landscape; it is so dreamy!

Relydesign said...

I never been to Japan but it's absolutely a country i'd love to see!
I really like this series of posts about travel... you always find dreamy place!!

Diana Mieczan said...

Totally, HiLLjO:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Aww..thank you for your sweet note, Relydesign:)

JASON Bond said...

Hello, Awesome post after reading this post iam also going to japan with my friends.
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