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Old Jun 24, 20, 12:35 am
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Japan Photography thread

Since it's looking more and more likely that most of us won't be able to enter Jpn anytime soon, let's celebrate Jpn by sharing favorite travel photos of Jpn.

I realize there's a Travel Photography section on FT, but I figured this is the best place for Jpn photos.
I'd suggest keeping the photo file size reasonably small to prevent slow upload times.

Mod: I did read through FT posting rules regarding photos, but feel free to intervene if there's anything about this thread that's not compliant.

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Old Jun 24, 20, 12:42 am
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cape kamui (hokkaido) - there's a trail to the tip.


shimabara (nagasaki) - spring water flowing throughout town
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Old Jun 24, 20, 1:01 am
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from mandarin oriental tokyo


unkai phenomenon at mount yotei (hokkaido)
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Old Jun 24, 20, 6:15 am
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The end of our last Misaki Maguro (Tuna) Day Trip tour at Jogashima.
https://www.haneda-tokyo-access.com/...aguro-day.html

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From the top end of Hokkaido, in Wakkanai:



From the opposite end of the country, Iriomote in Okinawa:



And from somewhere in the middle, Mt Fuji from the bridge connecting Enoshima to the mainland:

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From the top end of Hokkaido, in Wakkanai:
The opposite shore with the windmills... could that be Russia? (seems too close on picture, though)
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Old Jun 25, 20, 12:14 am
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same street, i believe, 2.5yrs ago.
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kiroro (hokkaido) - near the top (left summit when looking at their trail map)


sesoko beach (okinawa) - tons of fish in shallow waters, great to snorkel in but fish bite hard
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Old Jun 25, 20, 12:33 am
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only one way to start the day in tokyo: breakfast buffet
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Originally Posted by evergrn View Post
The opposite shore with the windmills... could that be Russia? (seems too close on picture, though)
Not quite, it's the view to the east towards Cape Soya rather than north towards Russia. I couldn't see Russia when I was there, even through a long zoom lens.
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