JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Most viewed - Chuo-ku 中央区
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The chigo parade of bygone days was much longer with a lot more kids. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり: かなり長い行列でした。1146 views
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Baton-twirling club, Tsukiji Hongwanji, Tokyo 千代田女学院 バトン部1031 views千代田女学院
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Baton-twirling club from the Chiyoda Jogakuin Junior/Senior High School followed by the elephant552 views千代田女学院
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Established in 1617, Tsukiji Hongwanji temple is the Tokyo headquarters of the Nishi Hongwanji Jodo Shinshu sect. The present temple, based on Indian architecture, was built in the 1930s.512 viewsThe temple is the only one in Japan which is under the direct control of the sect. Its head priest is the Monshu Abbot himself. April 8 is observed as Buddha's birthday, called Hana Matsuri ("Flower Festival) in Japan.
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Map of Hama-rikyu Gardens. Main entrance is on the upper left corner.482 views
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The parade was over after 30 min. (11:30 - 12 pm).463 views
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Female schoolmates of the baton twirlers block the cameras of unrelated photographers when the baton twirlers passed. カメラ小僧を妨害するバトン部の先輩たち。460 viewsThis was the first time for me in Japan to see people blocking photographers from taking pictures at a festival. They did it to me as well. If they don't want to be photographed, why do they appear in this public festival??

妨害しても無駄だと思いますが。撮られるのがいやでしたら、まつりに出ない方がいいですよ。
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Cold-water ablutions is not unusual in ascetic Buddhism, but to see it at a Shinto shrine is unusual.438 views
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Children dressed for the chigo parade (photo session), Tsukiji Hongwanji, Tokyo418 views
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Baby Buddha statue391 viewsLadles are provided for pouring the sweet tea over the Buddha. Sweet tea is also provided to worshippers. It symbolizes the sweet rain that fell when the Buddha was born.
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Oedo Sukeroku Taiko troupe. They were all girls and super good!391 views大江戸助六太鼓
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Oedo Sukeroku Taiko troupe348 views
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Hama-rikyu Onshi Teien Gardens is a waterfront garden built by the Tokugawa shoguns in the 17th century. 348 viewsDuring the Meiji Period, it became a Detached Palace for the Imperial family who gave the garden to the Tokyo in 1945. It used to have duck-hunting grounds. It was also the site of the Enryokan State Guesthouse where foreign dignitaries stayed such as former US president Ulysses Grant and Hawaii's King David Kalakaua.
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昔の築地本願寺の花まつり: 日大のバトン部か340 views
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Chigo children. They have two black dots on the forehead and a white stripe on the nose. They don't paint the white stripe today. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり: 鼻に白い線が塗っている。今は、塗らない。328 views
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Look at all those Cub Scouts. They don't participate today. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり318 views
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Officially called the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, this sprawling complex handles mainly fish, but also fruits and vegetables. This is outside the market building.315 viewsUpdate: Tsukiji Fish Market closed on Oct. 6, 2018 since it moved to Toyosu. These pictures were taken when toursts were still free to roam around the auction area and inner market. Now a blast from the past. Sorry you missed it.
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Children dressed for the chigo parade, Tsukiji Hongwanji, Tokyo314 viewsIt took a long time before they could get all the kids to settle down for the picture and to get all the mothers out of the picture.
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Hanamatsuri celebrates the Buddha's birthday on April 8. This is Tsukiji Honganji in Tokyo.289 viewsThe flowers symbolize Lumbini Garden where the Buddha was born in present-day Nepal.
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Entering the temple gate275 views
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Tsukiji Hongwanji temple gate with wisteria crest.264 viewsThe emblem is a wisteria flower and symbol of the Jodo Shinshu sect.
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Teppozu Inari Shrine, near Hatchobori Station on the Hibiya subway line.260 views
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Side view of 300-year-old pine tree258 views
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Buddhist flag. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり248 views
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Band from the Chiyoda Jogakuin Girls Junior/Senior High School246 viewsNo problem photographing them.
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Nakajima-no-Ochaya Tea House240 views
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Plum blossoms230 views
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Statue of St. Shinran (1173-1263), founder of the Jodo Shinshu (Pure Land) Buddhist Sect.229 views
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Chigo children. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり226 views
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300-year-old pine tree221 views
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Chigo children. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり220 views
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On the road in front of the temple217 views
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Many little kids held a long rope to pull the white elephant. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり213 views
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Plum blossoms211 views
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Final performance209 views
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Moat209 views
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Moat with Tsukijigawa River197 views
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Bridge to Hama-rikyu Gardens. Guests staying at the Enryokan State Guesthouse during the 19th century would cross this bridge.192 viewsShort walk from JR Shimbashi Station and Shiodome Station on the Oedo Subway Line and the Yurikamome line.
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Hanamatsuri service inside the Tsukiji Hongwanji temple189 views
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The elephant follows the band.187 views
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Huge 300-year-old pine tree187 views
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Site of the Enryokan State Guesthouse. Built in May 1869, it was Japan's first Western-style building made of stone. It served as an office of the Japanese navy before it was refitted as guest house. 延遼館186 views
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Nihonbashi Bridge side view185 views
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A small garden and little stream which was behind the Enryokan State Guesthouse.185 views
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Chigo children182 views
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Nakajima-no-Ochaya Tea House on the small island in the pond.182 views
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The double-arched bridge was built in 1911, made of granite.179 views
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Entrance to Hama-rikyu Onshi Gardens179 views
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Nakajima-no-Ochaya Tea House179 views
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Start of the Hanamatsuri parade which also promotes traffic safety.178 viewsThe starting point was a nearby park.
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Camellia178 views
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White elephant to anchor the parade. Notice the Buddha altar riding on the top. Before she gave birth to the Buddha, Queen Maya dreamed of a white elephant.173 views
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Nihon University college band was part of the parade. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり171 views
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Frozen crab171 views
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Gingko tree and pine tree in autumn162 views
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Styrofoam cartons trashed. Also see my YouTube video here. Another YouTube video here.161 views
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Parade starts...156 views
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Nihonbashi Bridge ahead, with the expressway over it.152 views
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Sightseeing boat pier151 views
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Site of the Enryokan State Guesthouse. Former U.S. President Ulysses Grant and his wife stayed there for two months in 1879 during their world tour. Hawaii's King Kalakaua also stayed here in 1881. He traveled by horse carriage to meet Emperor Meiji.149 views
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Site of the Enryokan State Guesthouse. Under former Tokyo Governor Masuzoe, Tokyo had plans to faithfully reconstruct the Enryokan in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Plan has been shelved.149 views
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These fish can be huge, bigger and heavier than a sumo wrestler.148 views
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There is no map of the place so you may or may not find the tuna auctions. It's also easy to get lost in the market. This is the fresh fish tuna storage area.146 views
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Marker indicating the garden as a sightseeing spot and Special Historic Site.143 views
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The garden would look better without all these skyscrapers in the background.142 views
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English explanation for yuki-zuri which are those strings propping up the pine tree branches as a countermeasure against snow.141 views
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Tea house, pond, and pine tree141 views
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300-year-old pine tree140 views
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The U-shaped Enryokan was used as a guest house until 1883 when the new Rokumeikan 鹿鳴館 guest house was completed. Due to old age, the Enryokan was torn down in 1889. Many new Shiodome skyscrapers loom over the site.140 views
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Gingko tree and pine tree in autumn140 views
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Former boat landing for the shogun139 views
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Tails are cut off to show the flesh color.139 views
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Tako139 views
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The market is near Tsukijishijō Station on the Toei Ōedo Line and Tsukiji Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. The first subway arrives at around 5:20 am. First you walk through the fruit section..138 views
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The priest is all smiles after the bath.137 views
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Never saw this much tuna in my life.136 views
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Prawns134 views
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Shiori-no-Ike Pond with ducks. This is a tidal pond.133 views
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Otsutaibashi Bridge over the pond.132 views
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Nihonbashi Bridge and the ugly expressway above.131 views
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The original Nihonbashi Bridge was built in 1603, out of wood.130 views
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Another entrance129 views
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Duck hunting gutter129 views
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First they give a few prayers led by the shrine priest.129 views
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Shiodome skyscrapers overwhelm the little tea house127 views
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Hanamatsuri altar125 views
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Chuo-dori avenue looking toward Nihonbashi Bridge.125 views
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Walking through the Enryokan site, now dotted with pine trees.125 views
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Buyers check the color of the flesh to determine how fatty the fish is.125 views
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All the fish are labeled. They might indicate where the fish was caught (or raised).123 views
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The shrine priest was followed by some 15 or so people ready for their freezin-cold water ablution bath.123 views
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Gingko tree in autumn122 views
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This was the entrance and bridge which the Emperor passed through when visiting the garden.122 views
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Everyone followed the priest's lead.122 views
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Camellias120 views
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Hiroshige's woodblock print of Nihonbashi from his "Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road" series.120 views
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Where the head was attached.119 views
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Fresh tuna119 views
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Chigo kids enter the temple118 views
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Duck-hunting wall118 views
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This size is easy to sell to mom and pop sushi restaurants.118 views
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Otsutaibashi Bridge117 views
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Straw band wrapped around the pine tree trunk to catch bugs crawling on the trunk.117 views
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Cut-off tails117 views
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Play room for kids on Hanamatsuri116 views
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Watch out for these speeding trolleys. They are almost everywhere.116 views
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Nihonbashi Bridge today is the 19th reconstructed Nihonbashi Bridge since 1603. 日本橋115 views
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Tiny slits to look at the ducks115 views
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Tuna head115 views
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Without flinching, he took a dip. This is quite tame compared to what he does every Feb: Swim in the icy Sea of Okhotsk off Abashiri, Hokkaido.115 views
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Looks good to me.114 views
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Prawns114 views
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Hanamatsuri service inside the temple113 viewsNotice the Hanamatsuri altar at the center.
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First the shrine priest came out.113 views
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The tuna flesh between the rib-like bones is also choice meat. It is scraped off with a spoon.112 views
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Nihonbashi as seen from Mitsukoshi Dept. Store.111 views
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Pine trees along the shore111 views
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Camellias111 views
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Tuna knives111 views
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It was all over after about 30 min. See the shrine's office site here.111 views
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Caught in the Pacific Ocean.110 views
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The shrine priest had charisma and spunk.110 views
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Shiori-no-Ike Pond109 views
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Fruit section.109 views
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Headless tuna carcasses109 views
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The shrine priest was then the first to enter the bath. 109 views
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Going to the chigo parade's starting point108 views
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Tuna belly, the fatty part of the fish for toro sashimi.107 views
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Cutting up a fresh fish. They use a long, sharp knife, and not a band saw.107 views
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The rest of the people also jump in the tub.107 views
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One of the worse urban-planning decisions of the 1960s.106 views
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Then the shrine priest, who was in his 80s, started some warm-up exercises.106 views
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In 2007, the water tub was replaced with a much larger pool able to fit 60 people. But I like this smaller tub.106 views
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The shrine priest is Nakagawa Masamitsu, still looking youthful in his 80s. This freezing water bath event started at a health club in Ichikawa, Chiba in 1956. But 4 years later, it could not be held any longer so it moved here.106 views
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Gargoyles on bridge105 views
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Packaged to sell.105 views
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Fish waiting to be decapitated.104 views
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Nihonbashi Bridge monument103 views
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I wonder how long it takes to be able to cut up a giant tuna.103 views
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The man on the lower right kept hugging this big block of ice.103 views
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Pouring sweet tea over the Buddha102 viewsWhen the Buddha was born in Lumbini Garden in Nepal, sweet rain is said to have fallen. Thus, sweet tea is poured over the baby Buddha statue in the Hanamatsuri altar.
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Beating backward: Oedo Sukeroku Taiko drummers102 views大江戸助六太鼓
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Hanamatsuri in the old days (lot more children and people). 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり: 子供の数が大多かった。102 views
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Many pine trees in the garden102 views
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The market building has many signs of its old age.100 views
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This shrine priest does not appear in recent photos of this ritual, so he might have passed away. This festival won't be the same without him.100 views
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The man is still hugging his ice.100 views
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Shrimp98 views
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Temple gate and flag97 views
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The white elephant97 views
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Nihonbashi River97 views
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Frozen tuna anyone?97 views
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After the aikido, falconry demonstrations were held at Hama-Rikyu Gardens on Jan. 3 as a New Year's event. (放鷹術実演) 97 viewsHama-Rikyu Garden used to be where the Tokugawa shoguns and the Imperial family practiced falconry.
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A very long hanamatsuri parade leaves the temple. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり: 集合は別院内、これは出発。96 views
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Sky roof96 views
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Memorial square for the Zero Milestone for the Five Major Roads96 views
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Each fish is worth thousands or tens of thousands of US dollars.96 views
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Puffer fish swim happily, ignorant of their ultimate fate.96 views
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This was the second time I saw this, and each time there was one woman.96 views
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They don't use the same type of falconry birds that were used by Tokugawa shoguns. They now use Harris' hawks or red-tailed hawks imported to Japan. 96 viewsThey are highly intelligent birds and can recognize human faces.
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They allowed a few people from the audience to try falconry. This is an Italian who was lucky enough to be chosen to hold and release this hawk.96 views
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After the demo, they showed off the hawks for photos.96 views
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Chigo children. 昔の築地本願寺の花まつり95 views
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Frozen tuna auctions at Tsukiji Fish Market.95 views
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Headless frozen tuna.95 views
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Sea urchin (uni), one of my favorites.95 views
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These frozen fish did not show any signs of melting. Wonder how long it takes for them to defrost.94 views
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There were no musicians on stage like they have now. It was a pretty quiet ritual, and the crowd was quite small.94 views
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For about 5-10 min. they all sat in the frigid water and chanted while praying. They prayed for good health for themselves and their families.93 views
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Another entrance92 views
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Frozen tuna head92 views
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Taiko drum performance by Oedo Sukeroku Taiko troupe. 大江戸助六太鼓91 viewsTheir Web site: http://www.oedosukerokutaiko.com/

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The local neighborhood association wants this expressway to go underground.91 views
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Japan's Zero Milestone 日本国道路元標91 views
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Fish and more fish...91 views
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Outdoor food court90 views
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Frozen tuna auctions. Buyers signal the auctioneer. Also see my YouTube video here.90 views
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After the auctions are over, they haul out the fish using a variety methods.90 views
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The huge fish market consists of rows and rows of fish monger stalls, divided by narrow aisles.90 views
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Praying to the Hanamatsuri altar89 views
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Looks yummy.89 views
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The fresh tuna is cut up into smaller blocks.89 views
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In front of the shrine were two large tubs of freezing-cold water with a few large blocks of ice await. The Kanchu Suiyoku (Mid-winter Cold Water Bath) is held on the second Sunday of Jan.89 views
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Hanami-do housing a statue of the baby Buddha on which sweet tea is poured. When the Buddha was born in Lumbini Garden, flowers bloomed.88 views
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Expressway above the bridge.88 views
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Hand-drawn cart, good for four fish.88 views
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Octopi88 views
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Falconry demonstrations held at Hama-Rikyu Gardens on Jan. 3 in Tokyo.88 views
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Cherry blossoms and the temple87 views
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Bridge ornaments87 views
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All full and ready to go. Gee, how much is all that tuna worth??87 views
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The frozen tuna is cut up into quarters lengthwise by a band saw.87 views
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The band saw easily cuts through the frozen flesh. Also see my YouTube video here.87 views
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These photos were taken in the 1997.87 views
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Pipe organs86 views
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Then they ran around the shrine.86 views
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To this man, ice water is a healthy thing. I know I would never do this.86 views
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Statue of St. Shinran, founder of Jodo Shinshu sect.85 views
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Oedo Sukeroku Taiko troupe85 views大江戸助六太鼓
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Cutting fish. See how they do on my YouTube video here.85 views
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Crowd in Tokyu Dept. Store in Nihonbashi on Jan. 31, 1999.85 views
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Thank you banners in Tokyu Dept. Store in Nihonbashi on Jan. 31, 1999, last day.85 views
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Falconry demonstrations held at Hama-Rikyu Gardens on Jan. 3 in Tokyo.85 views
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Good exercise in the morning.84 views
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