Travel Blogs from Japan

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Kleine boodschap, groot feest, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Kleine boodschap, groot feest

A travel blog entry by eduardennicole

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... jaar. De foto’s Wil je zien hoe mooi het hier is? Kijk dan hier http://nicolekeijser.smugmug.com/Travel/Japan/12714482_HQQZf#1044861161_ahMGG Tot later, want nu moeten we snel naar Hongkong. 行ってきます ...

Buffoon in a Typhoon, Ise, Japan travel blog

Buffoon in a Typhoon

A travel blog entry by rzyirek

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... - a typhoon dumped a lot of water on the area while I was there. No matter, it was the first authentic place I found in Japan. Maybe its the seafaring genes I have in me from both sides of my family but I felt very connected here. I felt like it ...

The old Capital, Nara, Japan travel blog

The old Capital

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad

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... impressive buildings. One of them houses an extremely large sitting Buddha (one of the biggest in the world and the biggest in Japan). This building apparently is the largest wooden building in the world.   All over this park were deer, I mean there ...

Japanese Style, Kyoto, Japan travel blog

Japanese Style

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad

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... tee dressed in Yukatas (a kind of house kimono) sitting on tatami mats in a Japanese room in the middle of Kyoto. I can only recommend to anyone who visits Japan to stay in a Ryokan and the one we stayed in was really nice. It's called "Ryokan Heianbo". ...

Down Day, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Down Day

A travel blog entry by jedsterr

... I couldn't even shout at her when I got back.  However lets face it how long can you be depressed when your in Japan for goodness sake so I pulled myself together got a beer and had a blokes night in watching two sweaty fat men hurling themselves at ...

Tokyo - Inexhaustible City, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Tokyo - Inexhaustible City

A travel blog entry by jetsedder

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... is clear.  A bit tricky to find was the Advertising Museum (ADMT).  It contained the history of advertising in Japan and I found it fascinating... also the building itself had hundreds of designer chairs to sit in. =)   ...

Had a Blast in Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan travel blog

Had a Blast in Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by alexbclark

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... make hiroshima castle part of my route (it was practically on the way). and i'm glad i did. obviously it was rebuilt (many of japan's shrines and temples have, their all wood for pete's sake!) but it still looked way cool. inside the moat i found a giant ...

En regnig dag..., Tokyo, Japan travel blog

En regnig dag...

A travel blog entry by nemo_s

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... är mycket folk - och Marina ett blått. :3 Överallt ser man små ställ utanför butiker och restauranger fulla med folks paraplyer. I Japan ställer man nämligen oftast av sig sitt paraply när man går in nånstans, för att sedan ta det med sig ...

Tokyo in 4 days, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Tokyo in 4 days

A travel blog entry by davidandleith

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... blocks. Next day we choose (while the others went around Tokyo) to spend 6 hours in the Shinkansen to go half the length of Japan to Amori in 3 hours. we did this primarily to travel in 'Gran Class' which was set up like business class. We went up in the ...

SMEG!!!!! Brain Explosion, Meguro, tokyo, Japan travel blog

SMEG!!!!! Brain Explosion

A travel blog entry by shiden

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i haven't written for a while, that is because 1. ive been too busy with school work and or socialing 2. couldnt find a computer and or 3. didnt bring my little sd card reader to upload images. so with this one, you get at least 5 images maybe more. ...

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