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Ueno Zoo, in Tokyo (1): This white bird doesn't belong to this place; he just flies around the zoo to steal food. Penguins were very quiet; they hardly moved.


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Ueno Zoo (2): This tigar was running around so fast that it took me a while to capture its face. It seemed the pen was too small.


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Ueno Zoo (3): I can't remember what kind of bird this is, but it has a distinctive look. Look at her huge eyes and long legs. Kawaii.


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Ueno Zoo (4): This elephant looked kind of depressed. It was around 4:00 p.m., so perhaps she wanted to sleep.


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Narita (1): This is a store front sign I found while walking down the street leading to 成田山新勝寺(Narita-san Shinsho-ji). They sell tsuhukdani, which is food boiled down in soy.


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Narita (2): This photo was taken on the site of 成田山新勝寺(Narita-san Shinsho-ji)


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Narita (3): This three-story pagora looked a bit cheap. I wanted to look inside, but I couldn't.


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Narita (4): Monks walking down the stairs in front of the temple. I had never seen anything like this before, although I was born and raised in Japan. Narita is an exciting place to visit. I hope to go back there again in the near future.


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Senso-ji (1): The five-storied pagoda stands high near the main Senso-ji (temple). Senso-ji is one of the most famous sightseeing spots in Tokyo. This place is always alive with tourists.


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Senso-ji (2): These drawings are on the wall of the temple.


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Senso-ji (3): Senso-ji's famous lanterns. They are huge.


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Senso-ji (4): This is one of the temples on the site. It's not so big, but looks neat.


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Baseball (1): Yomiuri Giants vs. Yokohama BayStars at the Tokyo Dome. (Hideki Matsui was a star player of the Giants, which is the Yankees of Japan.)


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Baseball (2): This photo of the Tokyo Dome was taken from the backmost row. The Dome is huge.


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Baseball (3): Yoshinobu Takahashi from the Giants hit a home run.


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Soccer (1): Kashima Antlers (The team Zico played for) vs. Jubilo Iwata at Kashima Stadium in Ibaraki Pref.


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Soccer (2): Kashima Antlers vs. Jubilo Iwata


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Soccer (3): Kashima Antlers vs. Jubilo Iwata


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The bronze statue of soccer legend Zico at Kashima Stadium in Ibaraki, Japan.


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Taiko (太鼓: traditional Japanese drums) performance by a group from Choshi(銚子).


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Cell phones (携帯電話) on display at a store in Akihabara, Tokyo.


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Vessels in port(港) in Ibaraki.


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Amazing view from Shinjuku Center Building in Tokyo.


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Akihabara Station(秋葉原駅), Tokyo. This place is popular among people who like anime, video games, and high-tech stuff.


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The seashore(海岸) about 2 miles from the webmaster's house.


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Cherry Blossoms(桜) in Ibaraki(茨城).


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"The Final Run" - This train station called "Ayukawa(鮎川)" in Ibaraki Pref. closed because of the lack of passengers.


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Owakudani(大湧谷), Hakone(箱根), Japan. Hakone is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan. If you are interested in Hakone and would like to obtain information, click here.


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The world famous Mt. Fuji(富士山) stands high above the clouds. Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan; its highest point is 3,776 [m] above the sea level. The top of the mountain is covered with snow, creating its unique view.


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"Tanabata Festival(七夕祭り)" in Sendai(仙台), Miyagi(宮城県), Japan. Sendai-city holds this festival every summer, attracting many tourists. Tanabata(七夕) falls on July the 7th.


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