JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

*Be sure to wear a mask when traveling.


Last additions - Minato-ku 港区
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Tokyo Tower and Somon Gate, the front gate of the Taitoku-in mausoleum (lost in World War II air raids) for Tokugawa Hidetada. 台徳院霊廟惣門Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower in its Diamond Veil illumination.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower lit up as seen from Shiba Park at night.Oct 07, 2018
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A mysterious baseball was found on the top of Tokyo Tower.Oct 07, 2018
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Near the elevators on the 1st floor is this exhibition space.Oct 07, 2018
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1st floor elevator.Oct 07, 2018
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End of the line on the Main Deck for the Down elevator.Oct 07, 2018
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Restaurant on the Main Deck.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018.Oct 07, 2018
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Long line for the down elevators.Oct 07, 2018
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Tourists loved to pose with the projection mapping imagery.Oct 07, 2018
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Main Deck at Tokyo Tower. Despite the opening of Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower is still holding its own with innovative attractions.Oct 07, 2018
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Main Deck had a cherry blossom-theme projection mapping on the windows.Oct 07, 2018
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Inside the elevator.Oct 07, 2018
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It wasn't a long wait for the elevator.Oct 07, 2018
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Ticket for the Main Deck.Oct 07, 2018
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Elevator for the Main Deck.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower with koinobori carp streamers in early May.Oct 07, 2018
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A real crowd pleaser. Beautiful and photogenic.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower with koinobori carp streamers in early May.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower with koinobori carp streamers in early May.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower with koinobori carp streamers in early May.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May for Children's Day, Tokyo Tower was festooned with colorful koinobori carp streamers.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Tower has a number of evening illumination themes. This is the "Diamond Veil" illumination.Oct 07, 2018
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The tower is 333 meters high, with two observatories. The lower one, called the Main Deck, is 150 meters high. The higher one, the Top Deck, is 250 meters up.Oct 07, 2018
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Gravestone of Robert Walker Irwin (1844-1925), Hawaiian Minister to Japan and his Japanese wife Iki.Aug 13, 2018
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This originally was for grave visitors to leave their business cards, but it does not work. (As of this writing, there is no receptacle to collect the cards.)Aug 13, 2018
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Monument dedicated to Bella, built by the Irwin Gakuen (formerly Gyokusei Gakuen) alumni association (Gyokusei-kai) for the school's 70th anniversary in Nov. 1985.The bottom has a bio of Bella.Aug 13, 2018
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This stone monument gives the biography of Robert Walker. His birthdate, descendant of Benjamin Franklin, his move to Japan, companies he worked for in Japan including Mitsui Bussan, supervision of the immigration to Hawaii,founding of the Taiwan Sugar Co., and the decorations he received from the Japanese government. Died in 1925 at age 81.

ロベルト・ウォルカー・アルウインは米国費府
の住民にして西暦千八百四十四年一月七日
に生まれベンジャミン・フランクリンの後裔也
慶應二年十一月来朝し海外貿易又は日本海
運の開発誘導に貢献するところ頗る多く三
井物産会社其他に勤務し後ち日本駐劄布哇
国公使に就任して日本移民の布哇渡航を企
画成功す蓋し之れ日本移民海外発展の基と
なれるものにして実に日本移民事業の開祖
たり明治三十三年台湾製糖株式会社の創立
発起人となり日本糖業の為めに尽くすとこ
ろ又尠なからす勲一等に叙せられ瑞鳳章を
賜ひ後ち又旭日大綬章を賜ふ大正十四年一
月五日永眠す行年八十一才也
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Grave of Tsuneko Irwin second wife of Robert Walker Irwin Jr. and her son John.Aug 13, 2018
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Grave of Tsuneko Irwin second wife of Robert Walker Irwin Jr. and her son John.Aug 13, 2018
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Grave of Mary Irwin (Robert Walker Irwin's second daughter).Aug 13, 2018
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Grave of Robert Walker Irwin (1844-1925), Hawaiian Minister to Japan and his Japanese wife Iki. Eldest child Bella Irwin is also buried here.Aug 13, 2018
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Grave of Richard Irwin (Robert Walker Irwin's second son) and his son Takeo and daughter Yukiko Irwin.Aug 13, 2018
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Grave of Robert Walker Irwin Jr. (Robert Walker Irwin's first son) and his first wife Fusako.Aug 13, 2018
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Graves of the family of Robert Walker Irwin (1844-1925), Hawaiian Minister to Japan.Aug 13, 2018
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Christmas decorations at the C11 steam locomotive.Jul 18, 2017
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The C11 steam locomotive is a popular place to meetup in Shimbashi.Jul 18, 2017
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Shimbashi Station's SL Square with a C11 steam locomotive displayed.Jul 18, 2017
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At Shimbashi Station's Hibiya Exit, there is the famous SL Square where a C11 steam locomotive is displayed.Jul 18, 2017
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JR Shimbashi Station today.Jul 18, 2017
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Part of the station's original foundation.Jul 18, 2017
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Sample track.Jul 18, 2017
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About the Mile Marker Zero.Jul 18, 2017
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Mile Marker ZeroJul 18, 2017
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Mile Marker Zero at the end of the track.Jul 18, 2017
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Right side of platform has a sample track dating from the original one.Jul 18, 2017
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Left side of platform.Jul 18, 2017
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Behind the reconstructed Shimbashi Station, the train platform is partially reconstructed on the original location.Jul 18, 2017
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Right side of building.Jul 18, 2017
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Window closeup.Jul 18, 2017
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The right side of the building.Jul 18, 2017
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The first floor has a beer hall, and the second floor has the Railway History Exhibition Hall (鉄道歴史展示室). Photography is not allowed inside the Exhibition Hall.Jul 18, 2017
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Front of the reconstructed Shimbashi Station.Jul 18, 2017
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Photo of the original Shimbashi Station built in 1872 as the starting terminal of Japan's first railway that went to Yokohama. It was designed by American architect R.P. Bridgens (1819–91) at a time when Western-style buildings were rare in Japan. Shimbashi Station served as a passenger train terminal until 1914 when Tokyo Station opened and took over as the terminal station.Jul 18, 2017
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The original Shimbashi Station building was reconstructed here, near the current Shimbashi Station. This is the left side of the building.Jul 18, 2017
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Akasaka Tokyu Hotel in neighboring Chiyoda-ku is on the upper right.Jun 20, 2017
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Views of Akasaka from near TBS. The Akasaka Prince Hotel is no longer there.Jun 20, 2017
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Akasaka Palace, home of the Crown Prince.Jun 20, 2017
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Views of Akasaka from near TBS.Jun 20, 2017
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Monument on Maruyama TumulusMar 18, 2016
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Maruyama Tumulus is a cherry blossom spot in spring.Mar 18, 2016
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Tokyo Tower and cherry blossoms in Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Tokyo Tower and weeping cherry blossoms in Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Tokyo Tower from Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Tokyo Tower from Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Adjacent to Zojoji Temple, Shiba Park has cherry blossoms, views of Tokyo Tower, Toshogu Shrine and the Maruyama Tumulus. 芝公園Mar 18, 2016
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Shiba Park has fine views of Tokyo Tower.Mar 18, 2016
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Somon Gate, the front gate of the Taitoku-in mausoleum (lost in World War II air raids) for Tokugawa Hidetada. 台徳院霊廟惣門Mar 18, 2016
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Toshogu Shrine in Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Way to Toshogu Shrine in Shiba Park.Mar 18, 2016
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Toshogu Shrine toriiMar 18, 2016
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Next to Zojoji is Shiba Park where there is Toshogu Shrine that used to be part of Zojoji.Mar 18, 2016
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Side viewMar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa IeyoshiMar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyoshi 十二代家慶 【慎徳院殿(しんとくいんでん)】Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa IeshigeMar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Ieshige 九代家重 【惇信院殿(じゅんしんいんでん)】Mar 18, 2016
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Side view of Ieshige and Ieyoshi tombs.Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa IetsuguMar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Ietsugu 七代家継 【有章院殿(ゆうしょういんでん)】Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa IetsuguMar 18, 2016
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Three more Tokugawa tombs.Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa HidetadaMar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Ogo, Hidetada's beloved wife.Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Hidetada and wife Go (Ogo). The left sign indicates "Ogo" and right sign says, "Hidetada."Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Hidetada and wife Go (Ogo). 二代秀忠【台徳院殿(たいとくいんでん)】お江Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa Ienobu 六代家宣【文昭院殿(ぶんしょういんでん)】Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Shogun Tokugawa IemochiMar 18, 2016
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Grave of Shogun Tokugawa Iemochi 十四代家茂【昭徳院殿(しょうとくいんでん)】Mar 18, 2016
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Tomb of Imperial Princess KazunomiyaMar 18, 2016
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Grave of Imperial Princess Kazunomiya (wife of Shogun Iemochi) who wanted to be next to her husband. 静寛院和宮Mar 18, 2016
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Here are photos of all the tombs going around the site in a clockwise direction. First is Goshi or a joint tomb. 合祀(ごうし)塔Entombed here are the wives and children of Tokugawa shoguns, including: 1. Tokugawa Tsunashige, a son of Shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu, 2. Keishōin, a concubine of Iemitsu and mother of Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, 3. Kodaiin, the wife of Shogun Tokugawa Ienari, 4. Gekkoin, a concubine of Tokugawa Ienobu and mother of Shogun Tokugawa Ietsugu.Mar 18, 2016
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Layout of Zojoji in the Meiji Period.Mar 18, 2016
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Photos of the old and magnificent Mausoleum, similar to the one in Nikko.Mar 18, 2016
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A total of 38 people are buried here. Mar 18, 2016
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Opposite end of the Tokugawa Shogun grave site. They used to have much more elaborate Mausoleum, but it was destroyed in World War II.The Mausoleum has the tombs of 2nd shogun Hidetada, 6th shogun Ienobu, 7th shogun Ietsugu, 9th shogun Ieshige, 12th shogun Ieyoshi, and 14th shogun Iemochi, Imperial Princess Kazunomiya (wife of Shogun Iemochi), and wives and children of shoguns.Mar 18, 2016
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増上寺は、上野の寛永寺(霊廟非公開)と共に徳川家の菩提寺で、当山に埋葬されているのは、2代秀忠、5代将軍兄弟の綱重、6代家宣、7代家継、9代家重、12代家慶、14代家茂の6人の将軍の他、女性では将軍正室として2代秀忠夫人崇源院、6代家宣夫人天英院、11代家斉夫人広大院、13代家定夫人天親院、14代家茂夫人静寛院の5人、将軍の側室としては3代家光の桂昌院、6代家宣の月光院など5人、その他、将軍の子女を含む計38人であります。Mar 18, 2016
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The Tokugawa Shogun graves at Zojoji temple is a rectangular site enclosed by a wall and lined with cherry blossoms with Tokyo Tower in the background.Mar 18, 2016
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This is the public entrance to the Tokugawa Shogun graves at Zojoji temple. Admission is 500 yen.Mar 18, 2016
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Tokugawa family crest on the door.Mar 18, 2016
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This is the main entrance to the Tokugawa Shogun graves, but it is closed to the public. We entered through a smaller door.Mar 18, 2016
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Jizo statues on the way to the Mausoleum of Tokugawa Shoguns.Mar 18, 2016
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From April 2015, Zojoji temple started allowing the public to view the Mausoleum of Tokugawa Shoguns.Mar 18, 2016
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Nice cherry blossoms at Zojoji temple with Tokyo Tower in the background.Mar 18, 2016
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Columbarium built in 1933. One of the few structures that was not destroyed during World War II. 大納骨堂(舎利殿)Mar 18, 2016
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Inside the new Ankokuden.Mar 18, 2016
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Next to the Daiden is this Ankokuden hall that was rebuilt in 2010. 安国殿Enshrined is the Black Image of Amida Buddha, which was worshiped by Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. This image is said to have repeatedly saved Ieyasu from dangers and enabled him to win battles. Since the Edo Period, it has been revered as a Buddhist image bringing victory and warding off evil.Mar 18, 2016
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View from the Daiden, looking toward the Sangedatsu-mon Gate.Mar 18, 2016
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DaidenMar 18, 2016
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About the Daiden (Hondo) main hall Mar 18, 2016
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Zojoji, Daiden (Hondo) main hall was rebuilt in 1974.Mar 18, 2016
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Zojoji temple's Daiden (Hondo) main hall ahead.Mar 18, 2016
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Visited in late March 2015 during cherry blossom season.Mar 18, 2016
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A few priests walked past.Mar 18, 2016
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About the Daibonsho temple bellMar 18, 2016
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About the Sangedatsu-mon Gate.Mar 18, 2016
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Daibonsho temple bellMar 18, 2016
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Monorail to HanedaApr 16, 2014
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Shinkansen snakes its way through.Apr 16, 2014
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Zojoji templeApr 16, 2014
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Tokyo Tower as seen from WTC Hamamatsucho.Apr 16, 2014
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Tokyo TowerApr 16, 2014
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Tokyo Tower as seen from Hamamatsucho.Apr 16, 2014
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Looking south toward Shinagawa.Apr 16, 2014
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Looking north toward Shimbashi.Apr 16, 2014
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Bird's eye view of Kyu-Shiba Rikyu Gardens as seen from Hamamatsu World Trade Center.Apr 16, 2014
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Bird's eye view of Kyu-Shiba Rikyu Gardens as seen from Hamamatsu World Trade CenterApr 16, 2014
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Great views of Tokyo from the World Trade Center Building (世界貿易センタービル) in Hamamatsuchō, Tokyo.Apr 16, 2014
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Lookout deck on the World Trade Center in Hamamatsucho.Apr 16, 2014
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Shiodome skyscrapersApr 15, 2014
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Shiodome StationApr 15, 2014
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Top of Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Top of Maruyama TumulusApr 15, 2014
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Top of Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Top of Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Top of Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Maruyama Tumulus 丸山古墳Apr 15, 2014
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Toshogu ShrineApr 15, 2014
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Toshogu Shrine 東照宮Apr 15, 2014
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An unkept grave.Apr 05, 2010
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Cherry blossoms and graves.Apr 05, 2010
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Aoyama Cemetery is one of Tokyo's noted spots for cherry blossoms. However, having hanami picnics is not allowed.Apr 05, 2010
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These trees stood out.Apr 05, 2010
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Cherry blossoms are so fleeting. They last for only a short time, like life itself. And so cherry blossoms are often found at cemetaries in Japan.Apr 05, 2010
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