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    Best of the best: Off on an adventure!

    Dozens of Cement People Dangling from Umbrellas in a Prague Office Building

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    Meoto Iwa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Meoto Iwa

    9 Real Life Fairytale Villages in Europe - adding all of these to my travel bucket list.

    9 Real Life Fairytale Villages in Europe

    Highlights | KAMIKOCHI Official Website


    Bishamondo temple #Kyoto #Japan #JapanWeek Subscribe today to our newsletter for a chance to win a trip to Japan Like us on Facebook:

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    Ookawauchiyama, Japan. Go on a walking tour of Japan! Japón - Cursos de idiomas en el exterior CAUX InterCultural. Estudia japones en Kanazawa. Desde 2 a 52 semanas. Programas de 20,25 ó 30 lecciones semanales. Para más información escribenos a intercultural@cau...

    Panoramio - Photo of OOKAWAUCHIYAMA

    Cave at Misotsuchi, Saitama, Japan (vicino Tokyo)

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    Waterfall canyon, takachiho, japan www.lonelyplanet....

    Dishfunctional Designs: Bohemian Emerald Inspiration

    線路のある風景Ⅳ~雨の日~の画像(写真) Isumi Line in Chiba, Japan (spring landscape of rape blossoms and cherry blossoms).

    線路のある風景Ⅳ~雨の日~ - 写真共有サイト:PHOTOHITO

    Tokyo Skytree, Japan | Most Beautiful Pages

    Tokyo Skytree, Japan

    Places to see: An Endless Flower Paradise Hitachi Seaside, Japan. Is this for real?

    Welcome To Flower Paradise

    Hakone Kowaki-en Yunessun Spa Resort, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan

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    Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion) in Kyoto, Japan

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    The World’s Most #Beautiful Botanical Gardens in #Japan www.ecstasycoffee...

    The World’s Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens in Japan

    Narai-juku is located in Shiojiri city along Nakasen-do (ancient central mountain rout), Nagano prefecture, Japan. 奈良井宿 中山道

    Morning coffee (39 photos)

    Ginzan Onsen, Japan. [Ginzan Onsen is an onsen area in Obanazawa, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan. Onsen means Hot Spring. Ginzan means "silver mountain".]

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    Battleship island in Japan. The entire island housed 3x what it should have, and managed it by putting them in obscenely crowded apartments like this. Now, the entire island is abandoned, and is restricted to the public. These derelict sky-scraping ghettos fall without an ear to hear them.

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    Winter night in Gokayama, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Toyama Prefecture, Japan (by arcreyes).

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    Kurokawa Onsen, Kumamoto, Japan (The bamboo bars help to stand and soak in the bath which is deeper than others.) 黒川温泉 立ち湯


    Kakitagawa Spring water of Mt. Fuji

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    Hashima Island, Japan--The island was populated from 1887 to 1974 as a coal mining facility. The island has been administered as part of Nagasaki city since the merger of the former town of Takashima in 2005. As petroleum replaced coal in Japan in the 1960s, coal mines began shutting down all over the country. Mitsubishi officially announced the closing of the mine in 1974. Travel to Hashima was re-opened on April 22, 2009 after 35 years of closure.

    Deadly Horrifying Places Around the World

    Red Bridge at Aridagawa-cho, Wakayama, Japan

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    Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima, Japan ~ I MUST go here every time I am in Japan. It's beautiful and peaceful. Added bonus: down the road are the Momijimanjyu shops!

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