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In some cultures, nostalgia is often full of sadness. But natsukashii – which derives from the verb “natsuku”, which means “to keep close and become fond of” – indicates joy and gratitude for the past rather than a desire to return to it. In Japan, natsukashii is a reminder that you are fortunate to have had the experiences you’ve had in life. The fact that you cannot return to those experiences makes them all the more poignant. - The concept of natsukashii permeates Japanese culture, from traditional alleyways in Tokyo to the popularity of stores selling film cameras. At the link in our bio, you can read @erikaexplores fascinating story about the concept. - 📸 @erikaexplores - #japan #nostalgia #natsukashii #travel #travelphotography #traveltheworld #worldtraveler #japantravel #japantrip #lovetheworld #japan2020 #japanphoto #bigtree #tree #redwood #nature #natural_environment #forest #road #woody_plant #light #natural_landscape

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