JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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View of Chiba Park from monorail. 綿打池
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Chiba Park approach
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White weeping cherry blossoms
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Engetsukyo Bridge, symbol of Ritsurin Park. 栗林公園 偃月橋
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Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo. 枝垂桜
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"Shidare" actually means "drooping."
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Suizenji Garden, Kumamoto 水前寺成趣園Mt. Fuji
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Japanese Garden
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Yoshino Baigo plum trees
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Adachi Museum of Art garden, Shimane Prefecture.
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Adachi Museum of Art garden, Shimane Prefecture.
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Adachi Museum of Art garden, Shimane Prefecture.
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Usubeni Bridge (Light Pink Bridge) with a canopy of light pink wisteria at Ashikaga Flower Park in Ashikaga, Tochigi. うす紅橋
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Tunnel of White Wisteria goes for 76.5 meters.
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White Wisteria Waterfall. 白藤の滝
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White Wisteria Waterfall. 白藤の滝
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Ashikaga Flower Park, Tochigi.
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Pond at Heisei Garden. Genshinan (源心庵) Tea ceremony room on the left. Edogawa, Tokyo
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Oizumi ga Ike pond at Motsuji temple, in Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Oizumi ga Ike pond at Motsuji temple, in Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Suhama Beach is a peninsular beach at Motsuji temple, Hiraizumi, Iwate Prefecture. World Heritage Site.
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Hanamiyama Park, Fukushima city.
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Fukushima Hanamiyama Park spring flowers
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Fukushima Hanamiyama Park spring flowers
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Nanohana rape blossoms. In the distance are gift shops.
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Hillside garden
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Hyakusaiji temple
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Ikegami Baien Garden in Ota Ward, Tokyo.
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Ikegami Baien Garden, Ota Ward, Tokyo
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Ikegami Baien Garden plum blossoms in Ota, Tokyo.
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Ikegami Baien Plum Garden in Tokyo.
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In Kita-Ibaraki, Hanazono Shrine's pregnant tree, now an object of worship for wannabe mothers and pregnant mothers for a safe childbirth. Near the first torii.
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Mukai Shuzo's big Japanese evergreen tree outside, 300 years old.Ine, Kyoto Prefecture
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Mukai Shuzo's big Japanese evergreen tree outside, 300 years old.
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Within Tayuh Kigyo's factory grounds, there's also the Garden of Hosenju (蓬仙寿の庭) designed by Shigemori Mirei (1896–1975 重森三玲), a famous Japanese garden designer.
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Garden of Hosenju (蓬仙寿の庭), Kyotango, Kyotohttp://www.tayuh.jp/
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Ryoanji temple in Kyoto has Japan's most famous rock garden.
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Yaegaki Shrine's wedded trees.
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Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture. Over 1,000 years old.
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Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture. Over 1,000 years old.
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Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
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Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
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Tree of Love. The leaves are ball shaped. Chinese hackberry in Ota-juku, Minokamo, Gifu.
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Mejiro Teien Garden centers on a pond that reflects the illumination.
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Yomeien Garden, Adogawa, Shiga 陽明園 MAP
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Nihonmatsu Castle's Sannomaru has these fantastic-looking pine trees and cherry trees.
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Nihonmatsu Castle's Sannomaru has these fantastic-looking pine trees and cherry trees.
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Narita-san Park's Ukimido Floating Hall
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Narita-san Park's Ukimido Floating Hall
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Narita-san Park's Ukimido Floating Hall
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Korakuen Garden with Okayama Castle in the background.
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Older photo of Okayama Castle as seen from Korakuen Garden, Okayama
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Korakuen Garden, Okayama
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An older photo of Korakuen Garden, Okayama 後楽園
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Tree fern, common in Okinawa. The fronds break off. 木生シダ
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The trunk of a tree fern shows the remains of branches that broke off. 木生シダ
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An exotic plant on Iriomote called "looking-glass mangrove" (Sakishima suounoki) with huge roots that look like a byobu folding screen. (サキシマスオウノキ 先島蘇芳木 Heritiera littoralis)
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In the old days, part of the root was used as a rudder on Okinawan sabani fishing boats. (サキシマスオウノキ 先島蘇芳木 Heritiera littoralis)
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Rikugien was desinated as one of Japan's Special Scenic Spots in 1953. 国の特別名称
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Drooping pine tree, Rikugien Garden, Tokyo
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Rakujuen Garden, Mishima, Shizuoka. This is Kohama Pond whose water is supplied by natural springs. However, the pond always lacks water. 小浜池
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Rakujuen Garden as viewed from the veranda of Rakujukan villa, Mishima, Shizuoka. Photography was not allowed inside the spacious villa.
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Rakujuen Garden and Rakujukan villa, Mishima, Shizuoka.
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
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Cherry blossoms along the pond, Shinjuku Gyoen.
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
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Ryushintei Garden at Sorinji temple, Ube, Yamaguchi. It is designated as a National Scenic Garden. In fall, there are maple leaves, and in spring, azalea.
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Ryushintei Garden at Sorinji temple, Ube, Yamaguchi. Late Nov. is the best time to see the fall leaves.
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Bamboo forest in Shuzenji Spa, Shizuoka Prefecture. 竹林の小径
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Bamboo forest in Shuzenji Spa, Shizuoka Prefecture. The bamboo is also lit up in the evening. 竹林の小径
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Shuzenji Temple's wedded trees (two tree trunks growing from the same roots) and child tree.
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Tatebayashi The Treasures Garden is a fairly large garden with various flowers, especially roses and moss pink. It is open from April to Nov. from 8 am to 6 pm (till 5 pm in autumn).
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Ryukyu matsu pine trees are native to Okinawa. 琉球松
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Ryukyu matsu pine tree is endemic to Okinawa. It stands straight up and takes an umbrella shape like this. Okinawa's official tree. リュウキュウマツ (琉球松)We don't really see pine trees like this on mainland Japan.
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Yoyogi Park, Tokyo in spring
   
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