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Stair-less Aizu Sazaedo, Fukushima, Japan : Inside the stairless one of a kind temple in Aizu City, the floors run atop each other in such a way that you will never pass a person coming the opposite direction.

(Kyoto, Japan) This really calms me down. I think the Japanese had it right when they said that "A round window give you peace when looking the outside nature. Square windows interrupt this peace, is aggressive and give a stress sensation"

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The Nachi Water Fall is 133 meters high, 13 meters wide, and has a water flow of one ton per second. This is actually the highest waterfall in Japan and the object of the worship in the Kumano Nachi Grand Shrine.

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