@Hello MENO, Atsuhiro’s website

Welcome to @Hello MENO 

Hello, I am MENO Atsuhiro, a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter (English: Cert. No. EN 06078), and flower and nature lover.日本語ページはこちらです。Japanse page is here

It is my pleasure to guide tourists who are interested in nature, flower, culture and history so on. And I would like to support guests who visit Japan to explore real Japan. This website is sharing useful information of popular tourists’ spot such as temples, shrines, museums and so on, including recent scene on these spots I visit. Also I summarized basic and interesting data of Japan.

If you are interested in Japanese flowers, trees and gardens, please find my another website “Flowers and garden in Japan and More…” in which you can find many beautiful flowers more than 1,500 species, and gardens where you can find many flowers.

I have started to guide tours from April 2020. Please, enjoy Japanese scene and information. I hope If you will be more interested in Japanese nature and culture.

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Recent Posts

Seven herbs of autumn (Akino nana kusa)

Seven herbs of autumn (18 September 2020) I visited Mukojima hyakaen, literally “hundred flower garden” established in Edo era by rich merchant, admiring beaty of seven herbs of autumn. Seven herbs of autumn were selected in Manyosyu by ancient poet Yamanoueno Okura lived in 7th century in these poems, “Aki-no No-ni Sakitaru Hana-wo Oyobiori Kakikazoureba … Continue reading Seven herbs of autumn (Akino nana kusa)

Strolling Higashiyama, Kyoto

Higashiyama Sannei and Ninen slope (10 September 2020) Onde of the most popular and typical Kyoto scene alleys, Higashiyama, from Kiyomizu to Yasha shrine. I was strolling through empty sunset streets, Sannei slope and Ninen slope. This area is usually very popular even after sunset, but currently very quiet because of new coronavirus.

Kiyomizu temple large-scale renovation almost finished

Kiyomizu temple (10 September 2020) I headed down to the Kiyomizu temple where large-scale renovation has been almost finished and temporally cover of main building has been removed recently, from the golden pavilion in Rokuon-ji temple. Visitors climbs up to the main building (overhanging stage) on middle of mountainside of Mt. Otowa through Nio-mon (Deva … Continue reading Kiyomizu temple large-scale renovation almost finished

Scaffolded the Kinkaku, Golden Pavilion in Rokuon-ji

Kinkaku, Golden Pavilion (10 September 2020) When I arrived at the entrance to the golden pavilion in Rokuon-ji temple I was told that the pavilion was covered by scaffolds to renew wood shingle roof. This repair work has started from the beginning of September and will continue to December. It was a little bit regrettable … Continue reading Scaffolded the Kinkaku, Golden Pavilion in Rokuon-ji

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