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Shiyakusho subway stationNagoya Castle is near Shiyakusho Station which is also near to Nagoya's city hall. This station exit has a castle motif.
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Nagoya City Hall (Shiyakusho)The city hall also sports a castle motif.
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Kintai-kyo Bridge, Yamaguchi
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Tokyo Tower
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Shimizu Bank
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Entrance to Urakuen GardenThis garden has a few tea houses including one called Jo-an, a National Treasure. THe garden is close to Inuyama Castle and worth a visit. Admission 1,000 yen.

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営業時間 9:00〜17:00(3/1〜7/14 ・ 9/1〜11/30)
9:00〜18:00(7/15〜8/31)
9:00〜16:00(12/1〜2/末日)
休日 無休   入場料 大人1,000円(呈茶別500円)
〒484−0081
愛知県犬山市御門先1
TEL 0568(61)4608
交通 名鉄犬山線犬山遊園下車徒歩7分
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Kura-zukuri style architecture 蔵造りの町並み
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Public phone
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JR Kanazawa Station
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Local fire station designed like a float.
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Tavern
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Sento public bath with a temple architectureNamed Kodara-yu.
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It says, "Don't open the faucet. Water might flow."
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Inuyama International Sightseeing Center "Freude"
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Fireman's watch tower
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Police box at Manseibashi in Tokyo
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki.
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki. 瀬戸大橋
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Fudoki-no-Oka Okadayama tumulus, Matsue 風土記の丘
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Ceremonial Hall. Built in 1917 and designed for holding ceremonies and moral education. One of the few buildings which we could enter. Etajima, Hiroshima.
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The academy's most distinctive building is this Students’ Hall dubbed the "Red Brick Building." We weren't allowed to go inside. Etajima, Hiroshima.
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Built in 1893 and used for classrooms and living quarters for students. Today, it is part of the Officer Candidate School and used as classrooms and students' living quarters. Etajima, Hiroshima.
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Former Hokkaido Government Office Building and tulips, Sapporo
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Hiroshima Atom Bomb Dome
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Another building that survived the atom bomb. Now a rest house and tourist information center. Hiroshima.
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House of Nobunaga (Nobunaga no Yakata). A replica of the top (best) part of Azuchi Castle is displayed inside. See this album to see what's inside. MAP
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Old Ryugen Gakko school. First built in 1876 as a primary school in Takashima, northern Shiga, this is the prefecture's oldest surviving school building. It was moved here for display. 旧柳原学校旧柳原学校
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Police box in front of Azuchi Station
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Sumo ring near Azuchi Station
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Geihinkan Guesthouse in Date Rekishi no Mori park, Hokkaido. Two-story wooden structure built in 1892 during the Meiji Period. 迎賓館
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine and Tokyo Sky Tree.
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Yomeien Garden, Adogawa, Shiga 陽明園 MAP
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Ryukoku University
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Tokyo Sky Tree
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Lower lookout deck.
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Opened in 1914, Tokyo Station is Japan's main train station and has been undergoing major renovations. The red brick station building on the Marunouchi side has been restored with the original roof domes.
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The new Tokyo Station with original domes restored. See more before and after photos below.
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Tokyo Station, Marunouchi North Entrance dome in Oct. 2012.
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Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Entrance dome in Oct. 2012.
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Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Entrance dome in Oct. 2012.
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Building 1 at University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus. The most distinguished-looking building on campus. Looks like the Yasuda Auditorium on the Hongo Campus. 1号館
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Another traditional-looking building is this Building 101. Univ.of Tokyo, Komaba Campus1 comments
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Komaba Museum is open to the public. Free admission. This was the former university library.
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Tokyo Sky Tree. Just wait till it reaches its full height of 634 meters and become Japan's tallest structure. It's gonna be more than awesome.
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Tokyo Sky Tree 東京スカイツリー
   
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