Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Lovin Japan ~ Shoeless!

What's not to love about a country where life slows down just a bit each time you enter or exit a home  as well as many places of business.

This sign will move with us
Entry ways are a bit lower....slippers ready to slip left waiting to slip on when you leave.

Temples, churches and onsens always provide slippers
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Many restaurants as well - though many don't have lockers for your shoes.
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This one surprised us...but obviously one should remove shoes before entering a dressing room. 

And always, always, slip into toilet slippers before entering the "bathroom." This also seems like a wise practice. 
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Choosing Joy!
©2013 D.R.G.
~Coram Deo~
Living all of life before the face of God...


Anonymous said...

Sis: We still like the removing shoes business. Folks here just don't get it but........ the Asians have the right idea. l/p - mom t.

DeEtta @ Courageous Joy said...

I love it, too, Mom. One it's just relaxing but, two it helps keep the carpets and floors cleaner. LOL