Ah, Fujinomiya

My first full day in Japan for the spring 2018 tour was made so very extra-special by my support team here in Fujiomiya.  After a well earned night’s sleep we went off on an adventure!  Some of these photos feature the cherry blossoms, which are just beginning in this part of Japan.  If you have never had the joy of walking in “pink snow”, I have to tell you it is simply wonderful!

Of course, Fujinomiya is located at the base of Mt. Fuji, one of the iconic symbols of Japan.  This day he was showing off so beautifully.  Something about Japan just brings out the artist in me too.  The photo with the lantern almost insisted I capture it in photos.  I hope you feel the magic as I did.

My team members here are my hostess Ms. Chiharu Yamada (my hostess at Elpis Salon), Ms. Megumi Kawai from Studio Kara, and of course my interpreter, Ms. Yuka Okawa Rinehart.  You can see us standing in a massive field of tea plants.  It turns out this region supplies much of the white, green and black tea consumed throughout the country.  Simply amazing!  And, of course, PANCAKES!!

Ashtar and I continue sessions here in Fujinomiya through Sunday.

Many Blessings of Universal Love,

Terrie 🙂