Romantic Japan

Lovely ladies posing under a sakura (cherry blossom) tree.

 

Charmed by this darling woman’s sakura tattoo. πŸ˜‰

It was my first time in Tokyo. Stereotypes of a crowded, bustling city of sardine-packed commuter trains and smog-polluted air were crushed the instant I laid eyes on her beauty. It was in her distinctly Japanese culture where I discovered her hidden treasure. Her radiant smile, her genuine charm and courtesy, her gentle demeanor, her graciousness in all things truly captured my heart. She stood before me like a giant city, but in her simple, orderly ways, her green trees, sunshine, and deep blue skies, she held a serene beauty unmatched anywhere on earth.

Was there a romantic story hidden within her alluring heart? Absolutely. To you, I will return, to draw out your delightful wealth, to uncover the mystery of what is purely you, purely exquisite, a story that will capture others’ hearts and charm them as you have charmed me.

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22 thoughts on “Romantic Japan

  1. Tokyo, what an ethereal, feminine energy to lose oneself in.

    First, welcome home. πŸ™‚

    Secondly, that tattoo is indeed so exquisite. Do you know how recently it was made? I only ask because it has the redness around it and the appearance of keloids under the ink, which only enhance its charm. 😊

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    • K!! Thanks for the welcome home. πŸ™‚ The tattoo is most likely fresh, a metaphor for my first impression of Tokyo. Do you know tattoos, K? Do you have one? πŸ˜‰ Yeah, I could totally get lost in that vibrant energy of Tokyo! There is definitely a romantic story there and I will hopefully one day draw it out.

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      • A secret tattoo is so sexy, such a turn-on, K… I don’t have one, but I love the Tahitian-style tattoo the most. Each symbol in it has a deep meaning. Saw a Hawaiian dude in Japan with a Tahitian tattoo band around his arm. Classy, just enough. That’s something I’d consider getting. As for a secret tattoo, I’d be open to getting one of those, too. πŸ˜‰

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