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Ms.Michelle is shining the most.

Ms. Michelle Obama would be starting tomorrow from USA to Japan on March 18, and appeared for a TV program,"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Monday, March 16.The first lady also would have opened up about her 22-year marriage to President Obama, and she explained how they've been able to stay happy and together for so long.Michelle Obama followed that up with a lighthearted chat with Ellen on marriage, her teenage daughters, and the little things she's looking forward to after President Obama leaves office.
"What I've come to find out is that you don't sweat the small stuff," Michelle revealed. "You know the journey that we've taken together, the fun we've had, the challenges we faced, the two beautiful girls that we've raised. And I kind of give him a pass now when he leaves his socks on the floor or tells that story for the 100th time and wants us to laugh at it like as if we've first heard it."
Wao...It is powerful nice comment with the brightness such as the sun.Everybody hopes the weather will be clear tomorrow.But life is long.I find her existence attractive like the sun and the image of the sun is very important for the women..After that,as a part of healthy promotion campaign "Let's Move!",Ms.Michelle danced on the great hit song of Uptown Funk of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. And, Ms. Michelle is very good at dancing. I end up watching Ms. Michelle in this dancing team so many times.Ms.Michelle is shining the most.
It was reported that Ms.Michelle Obama would visit Kiyomizu-dera Temple and Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine in Kyoto in Japan.
Kiyomizu-dera Temple is an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto with characteristics of the Heian period(794-1185) of Japan and was built in 778. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities) UNESCO World Heritage site.There are characteristics among "a hip-roofed building showing an elegant curve","a roof of hiwadabuki which is constructed using the bark of the Japanese cypress, Hinoki" and "latticed shutters which are used as door fittings". Kiyomizu dera has the feature of a palace of the Heian era and the noble residence.
Fushimi Inari-taisha is a tourist attraction popular with foreigners.But Ukanomitama are a pair of deities in classical Japanese mythology, associated with agriculture and sometimes identified with Inari, the deity of foxes.Though this Shinto shrine is the shrine of the staple grains abundant harvest, because there are many people praying for luck of money, the soul of the fox often seems to stay there , and I always avoid Fushimi Inari-taisha because my condition is not good.
As for me,I would like to hope recommend Nanzen-ji Temple and Heian-jingu Shrine and Ninna-ji Temple rather than Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine.
Because the building's beauty of Fushimi Inari-taisha is splendid, I don't prevent Ms. Michelle Obama to visit there so much if Ms. Michelle Obama would hope to visit Fushimi Inari-taisha .It is often said it will improve if everybody sprinkles salt on the shoulder if the condition is not good by animal's soul.It isn't necessary to think of it so much,I think.
Well,I will introduce the cafeteria of yummy sweets near Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
Near the Kiyomizu dera temple,Warabimochi which is bracken rice cake is famous.The Warabimochi of Kodai-ji Rakusho is famous in the old history , but the foreigners are weak in Warabimochi's soybean-powder like the sand.Therefore I recommend Warabimochi of Humonan ninosaryo.This Warabimochi is excellent in the feeling during passing a throat by green tea's taste.There is not a mistake if Ms. Michelle would show this photograph of left side to the waitress.Please choose green tea's taste's type.
2-246, Kiyomizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-city, Kyoto
Please walk 400m(0.2486mile) westward from main temple building of Kiyomizu dera temple.The town of the ancient city is wonderful and is fun even if everybody only walks.A pleasant trip to you, the first lady and beautiful daughters!! !
Aozora Japanese Resistance


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