Friday, February 21, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations Taka no Sakura, The Perfect Japanese Sim

Taka no Sakura is the perfect Japanese sim. The design is unique and dramatic; the spaciousness of the sim and three-dimensionality of the rugged mountains crashing into the endless horizon of the ocean is remarkable. The buildings resemble those of the Edo period from 1603 - 1867, right before Japan would enter its incredibly industrialization phase and become a major world power within 40 years. I particularly liked the town setting and the inhabitants who were beautifully dressed, you can see two of them in the last photo below.

Highly recommended for a visit.

All images were taken with Windlight Sky Bristol, which the sim is set to automatically.

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