Tour Through Japan

Last week we visited the USA.  This week we take a westwards direction from there and stop in another country – a country that counts a decent number of years in its own history, has an atmosphere that is filled with contrast, has held onto many of its traditions to the present time, and can probably boast the hardest-working people in the world. Visit Japan, the country of the rising sun.


Osaka, Japan / Photo: Pedro Szekely


Kyoto, Japan / Photo: Pedro Szekely


The Statue of Liberty – Tokyo, Japan / Photo: Giuseppe Milo


Kiyomizu-dera temple, Kyoto, Japan / Photo: Kristoffer Trolle


Arashiyama, Kyoto / Photo: Takashi Hososhima


Shinjuku Tokyo, Japan / Photo: Toomore Chiang


Genbaku Dome, Hiroshima, Japan / Photo: tsuda


Rainbow Bridge – Tokyo, Japan / Photo: Giuseppe Milo


Daisho in Temple, Miyajima, Japan / Photo: Freedom II Andres


Sanja Matsuri, Senso-ji Temple at Asakusa, Taito-ku in Tokyo, Japan / Photo: Yoshikazu TAKADA


Mt. Fuji, Japan / Photo: Paula Piccard


Himeji Castle, Japan / Photo: atsuo yang

Visit also FranceItalySpainAustriaIrelandIndiaThailandChinaVietnamRussiaCanadaBrazilVenezuelaPeru and USA.

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