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Abhi Sen
26 days ago
no season is offseason for Japan. In summer there are so many thing to see and do here in Kawagoe. Kawagoe is a historical town known as coedo or little edo. It is a edo period warehouse district. Tokinokane or the bell tower which is the landmark of Kawagoe can be seen nicely. This couple was enjoying the traditional and historical city in a traditional fashion. The old style house and bell tower in the background makes the atmosphere more beautiful.
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HAYATE
Jun. 2, 2024
Fireworks 🎆 in the sky of Odaiba "STAR ISLAND 2024" will be the first Held in in Tokyo Events Held in around the world have landed in Tokyo for the first time! The history of Odaiba is that the Edo shogunate, which felt threatened by Perry's arrival in Japan in 1853 (Kaei 6), built six daiba (artillery batteries). In the process leading up to the present, the 3rd Daiba and the 6th Daiba have been preserved, and the 3rd Daiba is preserved as a park, and the 6th Daiba is preserved on the Ocean as a historical site rich in nature and valuable academically! I'm 🤤 looking forward to next year
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Abhi Sen
May. 27, 2024
Matsumoto Castle, one of Japan's oldest castles, is famous for its unique black exterior. Located in Matsumoto City for over 400 years, it houses a remarkable collection of weapons and armor from the Warring States Period. Despite never witnessing battle, it's a must-visit in Nagano Prefecture, especially during twilight hours for a peaceful experience. The sight of swans on the moat against the castle and the blueish-purple horizon is unforgettable.
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Abhi Sen
May. 26, 2024
Oshi Castle, located in Gyoda City, Saitama Prefecture, has a rich history dating back to the late 15th century. Despite facing numerous attacks, this formidable castle never succumbed. While the original structure no longer stands, visitors can still witness the earthen foundation of the main castle, the towering stone walls, the Korai Gate, and other fascinating ruins. The reconstructed "Three-storied Tower" from the Edo Period now houses captivating exhibits, offering visitors a glimpse into the past. Ascend to the observation room on the highest floor for a breathtaking view of Gyoda City. My visit at twilight revealed an eerily silent and empty atmosphere, evoking the enchanting aura of this ancient site.
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Abhi Sen
May. 21, 2024
The Edo Castle, once the largest fortress, was transformed into the imperial residence Kōkyo after the shogunate fell and the emperor moved to Tokyo. The castle was significantly damaged by fires in 1873 and again during WWII air raids. The moats and stone walls visible around the palace grounds are remnants of the original castle. This location is a popular spot for tourists from all over the world. I captured this photo of the palace during a snowy twilight, when there were very few tourists around. They were struck by the rare beauty of the palace during the snowfall and found it especially captivating to see a lone woman enjoying the serene scene.
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マスケラン
May. 19, 2024
Sometime scenery View of Odaiba Bayside from a houseboat. It's around this time today that the waterside is comfortable. From all over the country, we heard about the opening of the river, the opening of the sea, and the topic of fireworks. This is Odaiba Bayside. If you look at the sea from the observation deck, attracted by the expansive scenery and the lights that shine in the dark night, you will see that there are many enviable targets such as houseboats, sightseeing boats, wind currents, and fairy tales. Even if it shakes, it shakes. I challenged with poor equipment without image stabilization and dared to sink ... If you enjoy looking at the atmosphere photos ...
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kerama
May. 17, 2024
During Golden Week, colorful Carp streamers appear in front of the main entrance on the first floor of Tokyo Tower. Carp streamers began when they decorated streamers in the shape of carp in hopes of the healthy growth of boys during the Dragon Boat Festival, but 333 Carp streamers were displayed to match the height of Tokyo Tower at 333m. It is spectacular to see them fluttering in the wind and swimming in the sky in unison.
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HAYATE
May. 15, 2024
Wrapped in an arch of roses           Tokyo Tower🗼 This is one photo taken from Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Since its opening in 1958, it has been watching over the city as a symbol of Tokyo for about 60 years. It is said that the construction technology of that time is so advanced that it is said that it cannot be reproduced now. It has been earthquake-resistant for more than 60 years in Japan, an earthquake-prone country, and I felt that it was the crystallization of craftsmanship. Why don't you enjoy matching with modern roses? 🌹
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