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Geishas in the ritual cleansing
Omikoshi - portable Shinto shrine
Tourist boats on the lake Aichi
Nakade crater on Mt.Aso
Traditional Japanes hut
Churaumi Aquarium in Okinawa
Ox cart on Iriomote Island
This 100 metres high pagoda (Goju-no-to) is part of the Kofuku-ji temple in Nara
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Buddhist meditation in the Zen temple Eheji
Nijo Castle Garden - Kyoto
Samurai defending the honour of Tokugawa Shogunate
Shiba Park - Tokyo
Isoteien - the Garden of the Shimazu clan in Satsuma
Japanese rice planting machine in action
Ondokoza-Japanese troupe specializing in taiko drumming.
Peace and serenity
Rice wine barrels
Shinkansen - high speed train
The Japanese Tea Ceremony
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