Tag » Kura
Once a source of life and leisure, river Mtkvari has been locked away from the city residents by concrete walls. Blocked further with a non-stop traffic, inaccessible riverside is mostly deserted, but still beautiful due to lines of plane trees, blooming with light green glimmer many kilometers within the city limits.
Starting around 10 or 11 am this morning, many stalls and structures at Namba Nane Market in Kibera were brought down.
While some business people claim that they had not been notified of the demolitions, others say that they had received several notifications days leading to the evictions. 251 kata lagi
Kura: Traditional Warehouses in Shizuoka Prefecture 41: Honkaku Temple 8(本覚寺) in Ikeda, Suruga Ku, Shizuoka City!
“Kura” (in Japanese 蔵 or 倉) means “warehouse” or “Storehouse”.
In traditional Japan, especially during the Edo Era, as most of buildings and urba/village structures were made of wood, fires were the bane of society by and large. 558 kata lagi