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Mt. Fuji from Lake Yamanaka
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Mt. Daisen, Tottori Pref.
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Shinkyo Sacred Bridge, Nikko 神橋
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Lake Yamanaka
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Meoto-Iwa Wedded Rocks off the coast of Futami-cho, Ise city, Mie Prefecture. 夫婦岩
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The shrine is dedicated to Sarutahiko and Ukano-mitama. Sarutahiko is a god which serves as a pathfinder guide. Deities for land/sea transportation safety. 二見
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Yomeimon Gate, National Treasure, Nikko 陽明門
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Futami Okitama Shrine does not have a main hall (Honden) like most other shrines. It worships the Okitama Sacred Stone in the ocean beyond the Wedded Rocks. 二見興玉神社
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Seto Inland Sea as seen from Megishima, Kagawa Pref.
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Tokugawa Ieyasu's mausoleum
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The new ropes are strung across the two rocks. A small rope tied to the end of the large rope is used to pull the large rope up the rock.
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All the while, the cheering section chants and wave streamers.
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Sakurajima 桜島Part of Kirishima-Yaku National Park.
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Jodogahama sign. Part of the Rikuchu-Kaigan National Park.Rikuchu-Kaigan National Park, Iwate Pref.
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Jodogahama literally means Paradise Beach.Rikuchu-Kaigan National Park, Iwate Pref.
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Dramatic rock formations.Rikuchu-Kaigan National Park, Iwate Pref.
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Colorful koi carp fish in Bishamon-numa Pond, Fukushima Pref. 毘沙門沼Bandai-Asahi National Park
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Bishamon-numa Pond, Fukushima Pref. Bandai-Asahi National Park 毘沙門沼
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Sakurajima, Kagoshima. Part of Kirishima-Yaku National Park. 桜島
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Benten-numa Pond, maximum depth 6 meters. 弁天沼Bandai-Asahi National Park
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Mt. Naka-dake is Mt. Aso's most famous crater, Kumamoto 阿蘇山 中岳火口Measures 1 km wide north to south and 4 km east to west.
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Always smoking, Mt. Naka-dake in Aso-san, Kumamoto 阿蘇山 中岳火口
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Uradome Coast, Tottori, part of the San-in Coast National Park. 山陰海岸国立公園
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Tottori Sand Dunes
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Mt. Fuji from the air.
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Rocky trail looking up on Mt. Fuji.
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Rock and more rock on Mt. Fuji.
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Mt. Fuji torii
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For a full-length account of my climb, see this article.
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This is Owakudani, now a danger zone and off limits. These photos were taken from an earlier trip. Hakone is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.
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Mt. Fuji
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Mt. Fuji as seen from Ubako Station in Hakone. It was a clear autumn day in early Nov.
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Heading for Hakone-machi on Lake Ashi in Hakone.
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Lake Ashi's famous torii of Hakone Shrine with Mt. Fuji in the background.
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Ise Jingu Shrine's Naiku (Inner Shrine) is the main and most popular shrine at Ise. The shrine is rebuilt every 20 years and 2013 will mark the completion of the new shrine to replace the old one built in 1993.
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The bottleneck at Naiku was this little torii which most people wanted to walk through at the top of the steps. People like me who didn't have time opted to go up the steps on the right side in no time.
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Uji Bridge is made of hinoki cypress wood. The bridge columns are made of keyaki.
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Entering Geku shrine at Ise.
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Lake Kawaguchi, Yamanashi.
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If you visit Lake Kawaguchi, you might as well visit Lake Saiko or Lake Sai, a short bus ride away. There are a number of tourist attractions like ice caves and bat caves.
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On 2010, Lake Saiko garnered national attention when the native species kunimasu, a type of salmon or black kokanee, thought extinct for 70 years, was discovered in the lake.
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Lake Toya and cherry blossoms. Shikotsu-Toya National Park
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