JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

*Be sure to wear a mask when traveling.


Last additions - Gifu city 岐阜市
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Kano-juku was the 53rd station or lodging/post town of the Nakasendo Road. Hiroshige's print of Kanō-juku was part of The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaidō series. Kano Castle can be seen. Short walk south of JR Gifu Station.Apr 23, 2020
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Another entrance to Kano Castle. Thanks to my friend Satomi for driving me around Kano.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle stone walls.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle stone walls. Near JR Gifu Station's south exit.Jan 03, 2019
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About Kano Castle's Honmaru stone foundation built in the early 1600s.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle stone foundation.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle has a large grassy area surrounded by stone walls. No buildings. 加納城Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle as it looked originally on a map. All the moats were later filled in. 加納城Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle as it looked originally in Gifu. 加納城Jan 03, 2019
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About Kano Castle.Jan 03, 2019
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About Kano Castle. As ordered by Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, it was built soon after the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600. Parts from Gifu Castle were used to build Kano Castle.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Castle parking lot.Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for a gate at Kano Castle.Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for a gate at Kano Castle.Jan 03, 2019
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Former Kano Town Hall. 旧加納町役場Jan 03, 2019
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Another road marker. "Go left for Kyoto"Jan 03, 2019
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Road directions and map in English in Kano, Gifu.Jan 03, 2019
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Kosatsu bulletin board was at one end of this bridge over a small river.Jan 03, 2019
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About the Kosatsu bulletin board in Kano-juku. It posted local laws and regulations and other official notices from the local ruler. 高札Jan 03, 2019
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Spot where the Kosatsu bulletin board was in Kano-juku. It was originally on a stone foundation. This spot used to have many people passing by as it was near the castle's front gate. 加納宿 高札Jan 03, 2019
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About the Nakasendo road marker at Kano-juku. It was at the intersection of the Nakasendo and Gifu Roads.Jan 03, 2019
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Nakasendo road marker at Kano-juku. "Go left for Nakasendo." Originally built in 1750. 加納宿 中山道道標Jan 03, 2019
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Kano-juku road marker.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano used to have nine festival floats, but all except one was destroyed by World War II bombing of Gifu in 1945. The shrine buildings were also destroyed.Jan 03, 2019
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Monument marking the birthplace of Gifu's Boy Scouts.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Tenmangu Shrine's ema prayer tablet.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Tenmangu Shrine office.Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Tenmangu Shrine worships Tenjin, aka Sugawara no Michizane, the god of scholarly learning. This is the Honden hall. 本殿 Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Tenmangu Shrine. Jan 03, 2019
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Kano Tenmangu Shrine's Haiden worship hall. 拝殿Jan 03, 2019
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Koma-inu lion dog.Jan 03, 2019
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Wash basin.Jan 03, 2019
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About Kano Tenmangu Shrine. 加納天満宮Jan 03, 2019
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Entrance to Kano Tenmangu Shrine. 加納天満宮Jan 03, 2019
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Way to Kano Tenmangu Shrine. Jan 03, 2019
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About Princess Kazunomiya's poem and monument.Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for Kano-juku's Honjin. 本陣Jan 03, 2019
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Monument for the poem Princess Kazunomiya composed while in Kano-juku. This is her handwriting. Monument was built in 2002.Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for Kano-juku's Honjin where Princess Kazunomiya once stayed on Oct. 26, 1861 on her way from Kyoto to Edo to marry Shogun Tokugawa Iemochi. 本陣Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for Kano-juku's Waki Honjin. 脇本陣Jan 03, 2019
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Marker for Kano-juku's Waki Honjin. 脇本陣Jan 03, 2019
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Nakasendo Road in Kano-juku.Jan 03, 2019
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Nakasendo Road in Kano-juku.Jan 03, 2019
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Map of Kano-juku in English. Gifu Station is on the upper right, and Kano Castle is on the left.Jan 03, 2019
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Not much is left except for a few markers indicating the location of the Waki Honjin, Honjin, and other features. Tenmangu Shrine and Kano Castle's stone walls are the major sights.Jan 03, 2019
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Stained glass at Gifu Station.Oct 06, 2018
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Nobunaga's golden statue at JR Gifu Station.Oct 06, 2018
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Nobunaga's golden statue at JR Gifu Station.Oct 06, 2018
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Statue of Oda Nobunaga at Gifu Station. Personally, I have mixed feelings about revering Nobunaga this much. Yes, he's a major historical figure, but he was also a ruthless warrior who killed a lot of people and caused much mayhem torching temples, etc. Yet he's worshipped like a hero today. A different time, different mindset, and different standard. The dark side of human nature.
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At JR Gifu Station, some outdoor entertainment in front of Nobunaga's golden statue. JR岐阜駅前信長ゆめ広場Oct 06, 2018
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Awa Odori dance troupe from Nagoya also gave a street performance.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu University Wind Ensemble perform on a narrow street.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu University Wind Ensemble perform on a narrow street.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu Nobunaga Matsuri also had lots of side/street entertainment. Oct 06, 2018
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Flea market at a small park. 金公園、金公園噴水前広場Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu city manhole with cormorant design.Oct 06, 2018
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Taxi with Nobunaga design.Oct 06, 2018
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The festival included a Cosplay Procession from 2 pm to 3 pm. ぎふコスプレパレードOct 06, 2018
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Lots of outdoor stalls.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu city's main shopping arcade named Yanagase, made famous by enka songs. It's usually like a ghost town, but not on this day. Was bustling for a change.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu Yanagase shopping arcade.Oct 06, 2018
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And the parade proceeded to Gifu Castle park.Oct 06, 2018
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Yamanouchi KazutoyoOct 06, 2018
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Chiyo was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Chiyo was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Chiyo was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Chiyo was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Chiyo was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Chiyo, another native of Shiga, was the devoted wife of samurai Yamanouchi Kazutoyo.Oct 06, 2018
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Saito Dosan who was once Gifu Castle lord. 斎藤道三Oct 06, 2018
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Go was the youngest Azai sister.Oct 06, 2018
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Go, the youngest Azai sister, married the second Tokugawa shogun Hidetada and gave birth to Iemitsu, the third Tokugawa shogun. The Azai sisters are perhaps Japan's most famous trio of sisters.Oct 06, 2018
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Nobunaga's sister Oichi who married Azai Nagamasa and gave birth to three famous daughters in Shiga Prefecture.Oichi's three Azai daughters: Chacha, Hatsu, and Go. Oichi and her daughters escaped to Gifu Castle after their Odani Castle in Shiga was attacked by Nobunaga.Oct 06, 2018
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Chacha, the oldest Azai sister who at age 19 became 51-year-old Toyotomi Hideyoshi's concubine.Oct 06, 2018
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Following Nobunaga were the ladies: His wife Nohime.Oct 06, 2018
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Oda Nobunaga was played by actor Hiroshi Fujioka at the Gifu Nobunaga Matsuri in Oct. 2017.Hiroshi Fujioka is famous as the actor who portrayed "Kamen Rider" in the 1970s TV series. He's still famous and beloved in Japan and has had a very good career after Kamen Rider.Oct 06, 2018
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Oda Nobunaga was played by actor Hiroshi Fujioka, famous as the actor who portrayed "Kamen Rider" in the 1970s TV series. Oct 06, 2018
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This year, Oda Nobunaga was played by actor Hiroshi Fujioka. Nobunaga is one of Japan's most famous historical figures who started the unification of Japan's warring states in the 16th century. Gifu city really plays up Nobunaga as a hero and toOct 06, 2018
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With tall banners and the surrounding foot soldiers, the parade's main character of Oda Nobunaga was unmistakable.Oct 06, 2018
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Local students also dressed in historical costumes. 少年少女時代行列Oct 06, 2018
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Local students also dressed in historical costumes. 少年少女時代行列Oct 06, 2018
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Local students also dressed in historical costumes. 少年少女時代行列Oct 06, 2018
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"BANG, BANG!!" Those guns are really loud. Even with my earplugs (tissue wads), it shook me and I could feel the shockwaves.Oct 06, 2018
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The matchlock gun battalion in formation and ready to fire their guns. 火縄銃鉄砲隊Oct 06, 2018
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One highlight of the festival parade is this matchlock gun battalion. They stopped at the major intersections along the parade route and fired their guns.Oct 06, 2018
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Flags of Gifu's sister cities.Oct 06, 2018
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Flags of Gifu's sister cities.Oct 06, 2018
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More police.Oct 06, 2018
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Lots of police in the parade promoting traffic safety.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu city is celebrating this year as the 450th anniversary of the city being renamed "Gifu" by Nobunaga after he attacked and captured Inabayama Castle in 1567. The castle was renamed "Gifu Castle." Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu's tourism ambassadors hold the parade banner. About 200 people were in the parade.Oct 06, 2018
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Held on the first weekend in Oct., the Gifu Nobunaga Matsuri's highlight is a Sunday afternoon parade of people dressed in historical costumes centering on Oda Nobunaga (usually played by a celebrity), considered to be the father of Gifu city.These charming girls are Gifu's tourism ambassadors waiting to join the festival's parade. Oct 06, 2018
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From 12:30 pm–2:20 pm, they parade on the main drag from JR Gifu Station to the foot of Mt. Kinkazan, the location of Gifu Castle.Oct 06, 2018
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Gifu city manhole showing cormorants Mar 24, 2016
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Guide to scenic points.Jan 06, 2011
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Mt. Ibuki as seen from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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Gifu and Ibuki mountains.Jan 06, 2011
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View of Ibuki mountain range from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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There is another lookout deck on the west side.Jan 06, 2011
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Entrance to a restaurant.Jan 06, 2011
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Nagoya as seen from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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Arch Tower in Ichinomiya, Aichi.Jan 06, 2011
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View of JR Gifu Station from Gifu City Tower 43, looking toward Nagoya.Jan 06, 2011
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View of JR Gifu Station from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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View of JR Gifu Station from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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View of JR Gifu Station from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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View of Mt. Kinkazan (Gifu Castle) from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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View of Mt. Kinkazan (Gifu Castle) from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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View of Mt. Kinkazan (Gifu Castle) from Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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Top floor is a lookout deck operated by the city. Free admission. Elevator takes 45 sec. to get to the top.Jan 06, 2011
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Gifu City Tower 43 lookout deck looking east.Jan 06, 2011
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Shops inside Gifu City Tower 43.Jan 06, 2011
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The lower floors have shops and restaurants. Upper floors are condominiums. The 43rd floor at the top is a lookout deck and restaurant.Jan 06, 2011
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Gifu City Tower 43 is connected to JR Gifu Station with an upper level walkway.Jan 06, 2011
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Chukonhi Monument for the war dead from the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War. 忠魂碑Jan 06, 2011
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Serving hot ama-zake here.Jan 06, 2011
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Kibi Shrine 吉備神社Jan 06, 2011
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Inari Shrine torii. 楓稲荷神社Jan 06, 2011
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Romon Gate side view.Jan 06, 2011
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Inaba Shrine has a few other lesser shrines.Jan 06, 2011
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People buying good luck charms.Jan 06, 2011
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Inside Inaba Shrine's Haiden Hall.Jan 06, 2011
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Lining up to pray at Haiden Hall.Jan 06, 2011
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Inaba Shrine's Haiden Hall was where we could pray.Jan 06, 2011
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Approaching another gate called Shinmon. 神門Jan 06, 2011
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View of Romon Gate from Shinmon Gate.Jan 06, 2011
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View from Romon Gate.Jan 06, 2011
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Romon Gate 楼門Jan 06, 2011
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We had to wait a while...Jan 06, 2011
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Inaba Shrine's taiko bridge. 神橋Jan 06, 2011
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Arched bridge too steep to cross over.Jan 06, 2011
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Banners read Inaba Shrine.Jan 06, 2011
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The second torii.Jan 06, 2011
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From here, we had to wait in line.Jan 06, 2011
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