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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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Publication info.: New Japan Photo 2

My photo taken during my trip to San Francisco joined a catalogue called New Japan Photo 2 published by Einstein Studio. I hope the book travels many places and meets lots of readers. Dear readers, if you liked my photo, contact me or follow this […]

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Owara Kaze No Bon Festival

Every year from the first to third day of September, a festival called Owara Kaze no bon is held in Toyama. Exists several explanations for the name of the festival but one is “a break  due to strong wind or typhoon.” All the people of […]

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North of Toyama City Central

Contrary to the southern part of Toyama City central, the north part has some paths with historical buildings or nice sake breweries.   If there is a ball underneath the roof of a building… It’s a sign that a new sake is ready… The ball […]

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My Favorite Place in Shibuya

I usually try not to use Shibuya Station because it is always unbelievably crowded. However if I have to, I always stop for a moment around this huge mural and just watch it… You will find this in a hallway that connects JR and Inokashira […]

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Satoyama in Nara

On the way to Soni Kogen (Soni Plateau), there was a village surrounded by a dense forest. This place represents a Satoyama.     No photos of the plateau because it was cloudy and foggy and could not see anything…  

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Little Red Bucket Tour -Kyoto

I have been to Kyoto several times but I was never aware of the little red buckets till now. They were in town EVERYWHERE usually in front of each house’s front door. It says “To erase fire” on the side and the bucket is filled […]

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Leave Tokyo -The Beach, Roses and History-

Don’t leave Tokyo for Kyoto without visiting Kamakura. The Great Buddha is its icon.   A few minutes walk, at Hase Temple, also known as ‘temple of flowers’, hydrangeas were starting blooming. Not only flowers but lots of greens.       Another walk comes […]

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Across the Tama River

Across the bridge from Futako-Tamagawa to Futako-Shinchi  (passing by the huge BBQ zone)… (In reality, I had fun there…)   I found another nostalgic area. Photos from sunny Saturday afternoon.  

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