Enrique Moreno

Dancing on fire

Tejikara fire festival - Gifu, Japan. Celebrated twice a year. This is definitely one of the events not to miss if you are in Japan. Full details can be found in my blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/2015/04/16/tejikara-fire-festival

Christmas is on the air

This picture was taken in Nakameugro tokyo during winter. In Japan many places celebrate the winter holidays with special illuminations like this, even though it isn't really have a religious meaning. Full information about this and other festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Japanese dancer

Kōenji Awa-Odori (高円寺阿波おどり?) is one of Tokyo’s largest summer street festivals with up to 12,000 dance team participants and over 1.2 million visitors over the two day event.

Sumo fight

For details about this and other Japanese festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Mad face

This picture was taken in Nagano Japan. There is a famous Monkey hot spring where monkeys will go to protect themselves from the cold temperatures of the winter For the full details and more information about Japanese festivals and destinations, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Snow sculpture

This is part of the ice festival in Hokkaido Japan. Artists from all around the world compete with amazing snow and ice scultures in this festival. For the full details of this and more japanese festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com

Blue pond, Hokkaido

Walking the Typhoon

This picture was taken in Shibuya - Japan. That day we were waiting for one of the biggest typhoons of the year. Unfortunately it got dissolved before reaching Tokyo and all I could capture was heavy rain and some strong winds. Please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Kawagoe festival

The Kawagoe Festival's strongest feature is the festival float event which reproduces the ’Edo Tenka Matsuri’ festival. Spectacular festival floats carrying exquisitely crafted dolls are pulled around the center of Koedo-Kawagoe’s landmark Kurazukuri (traditional architecture). For the full details of this and other japanese festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Gion - Kyoto

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Tokushima's awa odori dance

Awa odori was originated centuries ago in Tokushima, every year tokushima city hosts a 3 days celebration where performers will dance around the streets and people will join to dance with the performers. Awa odori became very popular and some other areas in Japan also perform this type of dance, where one of the most popular is the one celebrated in Tokyo’s Koenji. For full details of this and other Japanese festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Message for peace

August 8, every year in Hiroshima people will make paper lanterns and write messages of peace to commemorate the innocent people that lost their lives during the attack to Hiroshima with the first atomic bomb. For full details of this and other Japanese festivals, please visit my photo blog: https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Osaka nightlife

This photo was taken in Osaka. Near Osaka station there is an area full of bars and restaurants. In Japan coworkers go drinking after work therefore these type of places are very popular. That night I couldn’t find a hotel, but very close to this spot I found a capsule hotel. It was my first time to try a capsule hotel and actually the experience was way better than I was expecting. Please visit my photo blog for more stories about Japan; https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com/

Red lantern

This photo was taken in Tokyo during the Bon odori season in August, one of the best months to travel Japan and experience some of the best festivals. For full details of this and more festivals please visit my photo blog; https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com

All you need is love

Cars aren’t always convenient to move around Tokyo and public transportation or bicycles are often preferred by most people. A frequent question people ask me is: how do you date a girl if you don’t own a car. Well this pictures is the perfect answer to that question. https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com

Sad wedding.

It is said to be bad luck to marry in a rainy day. It is believed that the rain drops is a symbol of the tears the bride will cry throughout the marriage. This couple married during a typhoon. Certainly difficult to find smiles and happy faces in this picture https://enriquemorenodaniel.wordpress.com

Mount Fuji

If your image of Japan is the Mount Fuji, reflected in a lake, and framed by Sakura trees (Cherry blossoms), that's exactly what Tanukiko lake is. An amazing escape to forget about the busy life of the city, and just a few hours away from Tokyo. Full details in my PhotoBlog: http://wp.me/p5Kgvx-2W

Mount Fuji and the stars

If your image of Japan is the Mount Fuji, reflected in a lake, and framed by Sakura trees (Cherry blossoms), that's exactly what Tanukiko lake is. An amazing escape to forget about the busy life of the city, and just a few hours away from Tokyo. Full details in my PhotoBlog: http://wp.me/p5Kgvx-2W