Mirka Volakova

Mirka Volakova

Czech Republic / Multimedia designer in a constant state of wanderlust
Mirka Volakova
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Krásna dámská kabelka od značky GadoGado.cz v červené barvě a perforovanem provedení. Kabelka vyráběná na Bali z animal friendly materiálu, za podpory místní komunity.

Honshu, Chūbū region, Gifu prefecture, Ōno District - Shirakawa Village (白川郷), together with Gokayama in Nanto, Toyama, it is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites.

Honshu, Chūbū region, Gifu prefecture, Ōno District - Shirakawa Village (白川郷), together with Gokayama in Nanto, Toyama, it is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites.

Iwamura Old Village (Ena) 恵那市岩村

Iwamura Old Village (Ena) 恵那市岩村

Shiojiri 塩尻, Nagano.

Shiojiri 塩尻, Nagano.

The splendor of Japanese countryside! Yamakoshi village, Niigata, Japan

The splendor of Japanese countryside! Yamakoshi village, Niigata, Japan

Honshu, Chūbū region, Gifu prefecture, Ōno District - Shirakawa Village (白川郷), together with Gokayama in Nanto, Toyama, it is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites.

Honshu, Chūbū region, Gifu prefecture, Ōno District - Shirakawa Village (白川郷), together with Gokayama in Nanto, Toyama, it is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites.

Old town called Imari. The streets with old Japanese houses

Old town called Imari. The streets with old Japanese houses

Ine (Kyoto Prefecture) Far from the mountain villages, Ine is an ancient village of fishermen famous for its funaya. The houses at the water's edge were also used as sheds for fishing boats. The village lies on a narrow strip of land nearly 20 meters wide. The funaya are now dwelling houses and restaurants overlooking the bay waters. This is one of the last fishing villages in Japan. | Japan Experience

Ine (Kyoto Prefecture) Far from the mountain villages, Ine is an ancient village of fishermen famous for its funaya. The houses at the water's edge were also used as sheds for fishing boats. The village lies on a narrow strip of land nearly 20 meters wide. The funaya are now dwelling houses and restaurants overlooking the bay waters. This is one of the last fishing villages in Japan. | Japan Experience

Ryokan Yoyokaku - The garden view of Sayohime Room, in the seaside village of Karatsu, an hour from Fukuoka.

Ryokan Yoyokaku - The garden view of Sayohime Room, in the seaside village of Karatsu, an hour from Fukuoka.

Takayama

Takayama