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Made in Japan

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Mt. Fuji, Japan

1000 origami cranes, Senba-tsuru 千羽鶴

Kiya-machi street, Kyoto, Japan 木屋町通 京都

Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan

Nabegataki Falls, Kumamoto, Japan 鍋ヶ滝 熊本

Dragons 1 雲龍図 (Hanging scroll; ink on silk) by NAKABAYASHI Chikutō(中林 竹洞 Japanese, 1776-1853)

Origami cranes 折り紙

Tokyo Skytree, Japan: photo by Seiya NAKAI

Back alley of Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Bamboo installation by TANABE Shochiku, Japan 田辺小竹

Gokayama in snow, Toyama, Japan 五箇山 富山

Dragons 1 雲龍図 (Hanging scroll; ink on silk) by NAKABAYASHI Chikutō(中林 竹洞 Japanese, 1776-1853)

神磯の鳥居 Torii of Kamiiso Ibaraki,Japan

Mt.Fuji, Japan 富士山

Cherry blossoms blanketed with snow in Nagano, Japan 長野

Cherry blossoms in full bloom at Mount Yoshino, Nara, Japan 奈良、吉野山

Japanese brand :Meiji Milk Chocolate 明治チョコレート

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Guandam in Odaiba, Tokyo

Blue morning - Lake Biwa in Shiga, Japan

ITO Shinsui (1898~1972), Japan

A rare vintage photograph of an onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan. Often mistakenly referred to as “female samurai”, female warriors have a long history in Japan, beginning long before samurai emerged as a warrior class.

“Ryūkō eigo zukushi,” (translation, “A fashionable melange of English words”) a Japanese woodcut by Kamekichi Tsunajima to illustrate images of animals, activities, and objects each with their Japanese and English names. Via the Public Domain Review.

Kimono Bunnies (by Vitamin S Chronicle)

unique, like everybody else - Kimono Bunnies (by Vitamin S Chronicle)

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Purple knot at Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan