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ARMiller's Photos of Japan

Photos of Japan

October 2004 (Also see Japan 2002 photos)


Note: Full-size photos are not available on the public server

Photos from Nara, Fushimi Iniri, Kyoto, Matsumoto, Miyajima, Nagano, Nara, Takayama, Tokyo
Also see Mary's Impressions, Itinerary, and Nihongo, Japanese Language
These photos were taken with a Nikon Coolpix 4500 (serial # >8000) or Nikon Coolpix 4300 (serial # 3000) and edited with Adobe Photoshop.

Click on any photo to enlarge it or click for part 1, part 2, or part 3 to see all photos enlarged.
There are 168 jpeg photos totaling 40 Mbytes.


Map of Japan Ikebukuro § Ikebukuro § Ikebukuro § Electric Town, Akihabara § Akihabara § Japanese keyboard § Myōjin, Kanda § Myōjin, Kanda § First Lunch, Tokyo § Shibuya § Hachikō, Shibuya § Shibuya § Shibuya § Shibuya § Asleep on the train § Umbrella covers § Car number depends on train length § Newspaper, Magazine, PET, Bottle, Can, Other § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Nagano § Jigokudani, Nagano § Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Snow Monkey, Nagano § Nagano § $3000 Kimono, Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Pedestrian paradise (mall), Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Matsumoto § Nagoya § Late Shinkansen at Nagoya § Nozomi Shinkansen § Next stop, Kyoto § Nishi Honganji, Kyoto § Nishi Honganji, Kyoto § Nishi Honganji, Kyoto § Kyoto § Nijo-jo, Kyoto § Nijo-jo, Kyoto § Nijo-jo, Kyoto § Nijo-jo, Kyoto § $9 Dolls, Kyoto § Ginkakuji, Kyoto § Ginkakuji, Kyoto § Ginkakuji, Kyoto § Kinkakuji, Kyoto § Lunch, Kyoto § Beer on the street § Okonomiyaki, Kyoto § Okonomiyaki, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Kiyomizu, Kyoto § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Fushimi Iniri § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Nara § Todaiji, 161 feet high § Daibutsu, Nara § Daibutsu, Nara § Nara § Hiroshima § Hiroshima § Men's and Women's, Hiroshima § Okonomiyaki, Hiroshima § Miyajima § Miyajima § Itukushima Jinja § Miyajima § Itukushima Jinja § Itukushima Jinja § Miyajima § 5-story pagoda Gojūnotō § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Kawaguchi Ryokan, Miyajima § Misen, Miyajima § Misen, Miyajima § Misen, Miyajima § Misen, Miyajima § Takayama § Count-down signal, Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Hoba miso, Takayama § Menu § Menu with Kanji prices § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Murasaki Pub, Takayama § Hida Folk Village, Takayama § Hida Folk Village, Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Takayama § Wireless Internet at the window § Kaminori-mon (Thundergate), Asakusa § Nakamisedōri, Asakusa § Asakusa § Asakusa § Funamachi (Small boat town) § Asakusa § Asakusa § Asakusa § 5-storied pagoda, Gojūnotō  § Asakusa § Asakusa § Asakusa § Asakusa § Asakusa § Dolls § (Ton) Katsu-donburi, pork cutlet rice bowl § Meiji jingū § Meiji jingū § Meiji jingū § Meiji jingū § Meiji jingū § Meiji jingū § Ginza? § Kakifurai (fried oysters) § Hustle § Lunch with yakibuta ramen § Lunch with yakibuta ramen § Nippori walk § Nippori walk § Nippori walk § Nippori walk § Nippori walk § Ikebukuro § Ikebukuro §

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