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Fish Market in Akashi, Hyogo, Japan 魚の棚商店街

Fish Market in Akashi, Hyogo, Japan 魚の棚商店街

Cooking Kabocha (Pumpkin), Kyoto, Japan 鹿ケ谷かぼちゃ  LOVE Kabocha and ate it daily in Japan.

Cooking Kabocha (Pumpkin), Kyoto, Japan 鹿ケ谷かぼちゃ LOVE Kabocha and ate it daily in Japan.

551Horai main store and restaurant in Namba, Osaka, Japan. Their buta-man, steamed pork bun is a popular souvenir from Osaka. | 大阪難波 551蓬莱

551Horai main store and restaurant in Namba, Osaka, Japan. Their buta-man, steamed pork bun is a popular souvenir from Osaka. | 大阪難波 551蓬莱

Japanese girl dressed for local festival on a new year's day in Iwate

Japanese girl dressed for local festival on a new year's day in Iwate

Japanese girls in traditional dress walking though the streets of Tokyo.

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Japanese girls in traditional dress walking though the streets of Tokyo.

Takoyaki Shop in Akashi, Hyogo, Japan 魚の棚商店街

Takoyaki Shop in Akashi, Hyogo, Japan 魚の棚商店街

Grilled Sea Breams for the New Year Cerebration in Uonotana Market, Akashi, Japan 明石・魚の棚商店街

Grilled Sea Breams for the New Year Cerebration in Uonotana Market, Akashi, Japan 明石・魚の棚商店街

Ema 絵馬 : small wooden plaques on which Shinto worshippers write their prayers or wishes in Japan.

Ema 絵馬 : small wooden plaques on which Shinto worshippers write their prayers or wishes in Japan.

You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons.     They're portals.

You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. They're portals.

Small inner rock garden (Totekiko) in Ryogen-in Zen temple inside Ditoku-ji temple complex, Kyoto, Japan

Small inner rock garden (Totekiko) in Ryogen-in Zen temple inside Ditoku-ji temple complex, Kyoto, Japan