Panoramas by Konohazuku

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Yoshijima Heritage House,Takayama,Gifu,Japan

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This was built in Meiji 41 (1908). Because it has been a Sake brewery since olden times, a huge sakabayashi (sign of a shop dealing in sake, made...

St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral,Museum Meiji-mura,Japan

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St.Francis Xavier's Cathedral is a church built in commemoration of arrival at Kyoto of Francis Xavier. It is of typical gothic style,in...

House of Ogai Mori and Soseki Natsume ,Museum Meiji-mura,Japan

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This was one of the typical middle-class town houses in the Hongo district of Tokyo of the Meiji period. It was originally built for Dr. Nakajima,...

Daiozaki Lighthouse,Shima,Mie,Japan

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White lighthouse stands at the edge of the cliff, where stormy waves pound. You can visit the interior. This beautiful view of Daiozaki is...

Kamikochi,Nagano,Japan_#06

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Azusa River

Kamikochi,Nagano,Japan_#05

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Konashidaira Camping Area

Kamikochi,Nagano,Japan_#03

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Kappa Bridge

Kamikochi,Nagano,Japan_#02

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Tashiro-shitsugen wetland

Kamikochi,Nagano,Japan_#01

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Taisho Pond

Sky Promenade_Midland Square 46F,Nagoya,Japan

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The Nagoya city lights

Sky Promenade_Midland Square 44F,Nagoya,Japan

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The Nagoya city lights

Cherry Blossoms at Nagoya Castle,Aichi,Japan

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Sakura in Full Bloom.

Weeping Japanese apricot garden,Nagoya Agricultural Center,Aichi,Japan

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In March, many people enjoy Shidare-Ume Matsuri( Weeping Japanese apricot festival).

Tatsumi Daimyoujin,Higashiyama,Kyoto,Japan

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This little Shinto Shrine is located in the Shinbashi-Gion area of Kyoto. It isn't uncommon to see maiko (apprentice) geisha praying here.

Kenninji,Kyoto,Japan

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Kenninji is a temple of the Zen sect, one of the main branches of Japanese Buddhism. "Souryuuzu(the twin dragons)"this ceiling painting...

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