Interesting tourist destinations in Asia, many Asia represents the most interesting destination for people who want to experience the anxiety and the fast pace of city life with a long and rich tradition and culture of Asian travel. destinations include accommodation first-class hotels, shopping in the latest fashion standards, city tours and tasty local cuisine. Tourists can also visit the famous historical and cultural characteristics of Asian countries, old and up to several thousand years. In this article we will introduce you to three main areas that you must visit if you want to go right in Asia 1 -. Beijing, China Beijing
is the most common destination for travel and vacations when it comes to the Asian continent Beijing offers tourists historic attractions, some. which are old and over 1000 years. tourists in Beijing are the largest Royal Palace known as the Forbidden city, the Great wall, which passes through the centre of Beijing and Tiananmen square. Beijing is home to several magnificent Royal palaces and gardens built by the famous rulers of the Royal dynasty, and more than 17 temples, which stand as a testimony of the great Chinese culture. Modern foreign Beijing several much to offer Continue reading
Traditional Japanese prints of the genre “Flowers and birds” (Cacho-e) the great Japanese artist Ohara Koson.
Cacho-e is a Japanese term used for all prints and print editions, United by one theme – the genre “Flowers and birds” – traditional Japanese art. Koson Ohara is the most famous master of the Japanese woodblock genre Cacho-e of the 20th century.
Ohara Koson was born in 1877 years in Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture, in Northern Japan. At birth was given the name Ohara, MATEO.
Studied painting with Suzuki Koson – Japanese woodblock print master of the genre of Ukio-e, and after the master’s death took his name. During his career, o’hara several times changed its name, CESSON, on Jason. So sometimes there is confusion with the signatures on the prints. On one we read CESSON Ohara, Ohara hoson the other or Vice versa. However, it’s the same artist.
In 1904 Koson Ohara creates a series of engravings, devoted to the Russo-Japanese war. Then there was nothing unusual. At that time almost all the masters of the Japanese woodblock genre of Ukio-e was engaged in one way or another on this topic. First was in the fashion the theme Continue reading