All posts tagged: film

Riverside Kyoto

Kamo River runs thru Kyoto City from north to south and you can go across it like below.     In my opinion, bicycle riders of Kyoto run pretty faster than Tokyo riders. Be careful. I found an interesting reflection of the waters of Higashi […]

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Kyoto People -Locals Meet Tourists-

People who’ve never been to Kyoto will definitely expect for something really traditional Japanese, for example, temples.   However, since I’ve been there several times, this time, I tried to focus on a scene with people in Kyoto both tourists and locals.   Tourists – […]

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Buildings in&outside/Melbourne

I loved the interior of the State Library of Victoria. Its classic furniture and atmosphere… amazing. I even found some tables for chess and there were some people really playing it there. Libraries in Japan are just… libraries. May be it is practical for visitors […]

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Tokyo Weekends

@Shinjuku   @Akasaka   @Shoin Jinja Mae I found an old path in an area where now many stylish restaurants, bars or cafes are starting opening.   @Soshigaya Okura Not by riding a car nor a bicycle but only on foot, you get to know […]

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New Year in Japan -2017 ver.

Around the New Year’s Day is a good time to visit Japan. Japanese people become most religious this time of the year. Many people go to shrines or temples to communicate with god/buddha: people thank for all the blessings of the past year and wish […]

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A Redeveloped Area: Futakotamagawa

If you go across the river called Tamagawa, it’s already Kanagawa Pref., so the left side, Futakotamagawa, is the most southern part of Tokyo. I’m very familiar to this area because I’ve visited here when I visit my grandparent in my childhood. They live at one […]

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Kanazawa&Toyama Trip

*Photos on this page are taken by a QuickSnap Camera. The other weekend, I visited again Toyama for joining a concert. It was my fourth time in Toyama this year including business trip…   We took a local railway called Johana Line from Shin Takaoka […]

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Tokyo Captured by a QuickSnap Camera

 A QuickSnap Camera (single-use camera) from Fujifilm is popular again among young people in nowadays Japan. A completely analog camera with no zoom lens nor LCD monitor… its revival is difficult to believe in this digitally advanced society but once I looked through all the […]

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