An idyllic stroll in a Japanese suburb: Inadera (猪名寺)

As fate would have it, I stumbled upon a sleepy Japanese suburb called Inadera (猪名寺) on a weekend when the cherry blossoms bloomed in full glory. This idyllic neighborhood is just a 15 minutes’ train ride away from the busy JR Osaka station. The stroll through the quiet streets and parks was memorable as I found peace – the state of calmness which I have not experienced since a long time.

This is my first black & white project and I dedicate this as a gift to my dear friend. Thank you for showing me this beautiful place…

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