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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Ginza is the business centre of Tokyo, the capital of Japan.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 The busy streets of central Tokyo.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Wide streets in the centre.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Tokyo has been the capital since the 17th century.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 The city was rebuilt after the 1923 earthquake and World War 2.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Modern building.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Street scene.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Ginza is the business centre of Tokyo.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Street scene in the Ginza district.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Shop workers.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Typical Tokyo street scene.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Modern building.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Tall office buildings.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 People watching a Golden Week parade.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Fountains.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Selling cassettes.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 The Tokyo metro.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Sign in the metro.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza
 Waiting to board a metro train.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Meiji Shrine
 Meiji is a Shinto shrine.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Meiji Shrine
 The shrine is dedicated to the deified emperor, Meiji.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Meiji Shrine
 Emperor Meiji modernised Japan in the 19th century.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Meiji Shrine
 The shrine is set in an extensive garden.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Shinjuku
 Shinjuku is the entertainment district of Tokyo.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Shinjuku
 Slot machines.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Shinjuku
 Posters.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Shinjuku
 Pedestrian street.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Shinjuku
 View of Shinjuku.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The palace is only open to the public on the monarch's birthday.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Writing a birthday message to the Emperor.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Palace guard.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Two girls in the palace grounds.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The Nijubashi Bridge.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Elegant buildings.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Wooden buildings.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The palace gardens.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The palace grounds.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 People in the extensive palace grounds.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 The palace is built in traditional style.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Imperial Palace
 Flower garden.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 The station area in Ueno.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 Street scene.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 View of Ueno, a major transport hub.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 The railway station.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 City square.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 People relaxing in Ueno Park.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 Geisha.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 A group of men.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 Fountain.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 Park building.
1988
Japan
Tokyo
Ueno
 Stone building.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The 11m high bronze Buddha at Kamakura, a former capital of Japan.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The bronze Buddha was cast in 1252 and weighs 100 tonnes.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Bronze incense urn.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The temple grounds.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Stone lamp.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Jizo are small staues dedicated by mothers for their lost, dead or aborted children.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Shrine to Kannon, the goddess of mercy.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The beautiful gardens.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Bronze statue surrounded by smaller jizo.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Temple dating from 731.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Temple entrance.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Flower garden.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Hokai Ji
 The Hokai Ji Shrine.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Hokai Ji
 Figure outside the shrine.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Visitors on the wide pathway.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The Drum Bridge.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 The Hachiman-gu shrine is dedicated to the god of war and dates from 1063.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Red building dating from 1828.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Visitors.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Large drum.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Wooden beams and inscription.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 The main gate (1825) of the Kencho-ji Zen Buddhist monastery.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 Students visiting.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 Kencho-ji is the oldest Zen Buddhist monastery in Japan (1253).
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 The temple bell was cast in 1255.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 One of the largest wooden buildings in Japan.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 The main temple.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 Japanese etiquette.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
Kencho-ji
 The gardens.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Kamakura is extensive.
1988
Japan
Kamakura
 Manicured garden.
1988
Japan
Nikko
 Nikko is an alpine town with many temples.
1988
Japan
Nikko
 Shin-kyo, the Sacred Bridge, dates from 1636.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The Rinno-ji Shrine dates from 1648.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 Burning incense.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The gardens by the river.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 Carp.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The Rinno-ji Shrine is the largest in Nikko.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The Toshocu Shine dates from 1636.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The pagoda dates from 1818.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 Pilgrims.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 Guardian from the Nio Mon Gate.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 Elephants carved by an artist who had never seen one.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 "Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil".
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 A school group.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The main shrine at Rinno-ji.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The drum tower.
1988
Japan
Nikko
Rinno-ji
 The Gate of Sunlight.
1988

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