A deer and monk in a park in Nara, Japan. Thousands of deer live and roam free in the streets and parks of the city. According to legend, Japanese god Takemikazuchi rode to Nara on a white deer to protect the city, and are considered holy. The image of Nara's famous deer are everywhere -- including the manhole covers!
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NARA Deers, Japan.
Tokyo Sky Tree Tower, a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo...
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Tallest Structures in the World - Tokyo's sky tree second tallest building in the world
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Travyde guide to Tokyo, Japan: Tallest Structures in the World. Tokyo Skytree. It was build in 2011 and with its 634 meters, 2,080 feet Tokyo Skytree is the second tallest building in the world.
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Fuji-san (Mt. Fuji), Japan's iconic mountain...
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Montaña del Fujiyama. Japón
Ryusendo Caves, Iwate City...
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Tottori Sand Museum, Tottori Prefecture...
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Tottori Sand Museum
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Sato-chan (orange) and Satoko-chan (pink), mascots for Japan's Sato Pharmaceuticals...the fiberglass figures usually stand outside most drugstores in Japan...because they're wanted by collectors in Japan and overseas, some store owners have taken to chaining them to prevent theft...
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Sato-chan (orange) and Satoko-chan (pink), mascots for Japan's Sato Pharmaceuticals.
Sato-chan & Satoko-chan - pharmacy elephant mascots
Cherry blossom viewing by horse-drawn cart...
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The blink-and-you-will-miss-it blossoming of the cherry trees is something I would love to immerse myself in anywhere . . . but this tour looks particuarly romantic. Cherry Blossom Tours @ Japan: SandM Watch via Fancy
Cherry Blossom, Japan.
A Japanese macaque, or "snow monkey," historically known as saru ("monkey"), but now known as Nihonzaru (Nihon "Japan" + saru) to distinguish it from other primates, is a terrestrial Old World monkey species native to Japan...it lives in areas where snow covers the ground for months each year - no other primate, with the exception of humans, is more northern-living, nor lives in a colder climate...
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Shirahone ("white bone") Onsen (hot spring), Matsumoto City...locals claim the milky white water is supposed to be good for a staggering number of illnesses...
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Outdoor hot tub for my dream cabin in the mountains!
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Shirahone Onsen Tsuruya Ryokan, Japan, Nagano, Matsumoto. Tsuruya-Ryokan is a Japanese style inn found in the traditional hot-springs spa resort of Shirahone-onsen. Our baths are filled with 100% natural hot-spring water drawn directly from the source. 'White Bone' Onsen (hot spring), named for the milky blue white minerals that make this water so great.
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Backyard hottub for winter time!
Hakuba Ski In/Out Resort, Nagano...
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Hakuba Ski Resort. Nagano, Japan
Maintaining ties to its feudal past, a yabusame (mounted samurai archer) fires an arrow at a target from his galloping horse...
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Yabusame Japanese archer costume
A life-sized statue of Elvis in front of the (now closed) Rock 'N Roll Museum in Harajuku, Tokyo...the statue was paid for with donations from Japanese fans, who also count former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi as one of them...
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Another view of the Hachiko statue at the entrance to JR (Japan Railways) Shibuya Station...a popular meeting spot for friends and dates...
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Hachiko statue at the entrance to Shibuya Station
A small, quiet fruit and vegetable stand, just steps off the frenetic, neon-bathed sidewalks of the main drag in Shibuya. Little pockets like this still exist here and there, reminding travelers that not everyone here is a gawking tourist in "The Big Smoke"...
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The Hachikō statue outside Shibuya Station, a dog who belonged to a Tokyo University professor in the 1920s. Every day, the professor would go to work, and every day Hachiko would meet his master at Shibuya Station to walk home with him. One day the professor suffered a cerebral hemorrhage at work and died, never meeting Hachikō at his usual time at the station...Hachikō attracted the attention of other commuters. Many of the people who frequented the Shibuya train station had seen Hachikō and Professor Ueno together each day. They brought Hachikō treats and food to nourish him during his wait. This continued for nine years with Hachikō appearing precisely when the train was due at the station...
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Shibuya train station, Tokyo Japan. The famous statue of Hachiko outside the station, A dog who waited 9 years for his owner outside the station every day to come back from work after he suffered a heart attack in his work place and died :(
Tokyo (Shibuya) at dusk...
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Shibuya at Dusk - Tokyo, Japan (January 2007) Picture taken by Jorge Lascar
Paper lanterns float out to sea during Obon or the Festival of Lanterns, a Buddhist celebration usually held in July in Japan. The Japanese believe that during this period the souls of their ancestors return to their homes on earth. This is the time when people can guide and help their ancestors' spirits to find peace.