Koinobori, Japanese traditional wind socks in May

About Koinobori, please see the linked Wikipedia.
Because, it is beyond my English ability to explain.
These pictures were taken near Natsui Station in Fukushima, April 20, 2013.

This post is my response to Motion in Weekly Photo Challenge, The Dairy Post at WordPress.com.

6 thoughts on “Koinobori, Japanese traditional wind socks in May

  1. It’s really nice to see this and other beautiful posts on your site about Fukushima. All i know about it is the terrible tragedy that occured there. do you live near there?

    1. Thank you for your comment, very much, Debbie.
      No, I live in Matsudo, Chiba, about 250 kilometers distance from the quake-hit area in Fukushima.
      I am glad of your comment.
      Because, I’d like to show, Fukushima Prefecture is very wider than the quake-hit area.

      1. Yes, it is very important to give the outside world more knowledge of this beautiful area. Until your post, ‘fukishima’ meant only the disaster area.
        250 kilometres is not so far – I hope the wind was blowing the other way and there has been no radiation effects where you are.

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