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Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
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Kinkakuji Temple
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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Koyasan Okunoin
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Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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Ogimachi Castle Old Site Observatory
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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Chureito Pagoda
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Mount Fuji
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Ogimachi Castle Old Site Observatory
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Katsura Imperial Villa
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Miyajima
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Ise Shrine Geku
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Nijo Castle
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Himeji Castle
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Matsumoto Castle
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After a leisurely and fun stroll in Nara Park with my memorable deer encounters the pinnacle of my journey is the Great Todai-ji temple (Great Eastern Temple), one of the 7 Great Temples in Japan built in the 8th...
... there are more huge statues ,and carvings, a minature display of the temple area and art work , this temple is massive and awe inspiring , you must come here so much grand architecture and history to look upon.
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The Cenotaph

Hiroshima
The Cenotaph is located in the Hiroshima city in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park between Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Atomic Bombing Dome.
Centrally located in the memorial park at one end of the pool, it is in alignment with the Peace Museum, the Peace Frame at the other end of the pool, and the Atomic Bomb Dome in the distance ie standing with your...
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Of all the monuments in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, the Children’s Peace Monument is perhaps the one that touches us the most with emotions and endearment - heart wrenching to think that children are victim...
A telling memorial for the children who died during the Atomic bomb drop on Hiroshima , its in the Atomic bomb park near the Cenotaph ,Many children and parents visit the shrine throughout the day , and there is a...
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With all of the views and individual memorials, as well as the large memorial listing all of the names of those who died, it is a great tribute to those who served in armies from many countries in the Battle of Ok...
Allow yourself time to wander the grounds of this famous Museum; the town shrines that line the cliffs and inner paths dedicated to their citizens lost in the Japanese invasion in WW11 are perhaps even more moving...
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Peace Bell

Hiroshima
The peace bell is a symbol of the desire for sustainable world peace.A fitting start or end to the peace memorial park depending on which end one begins to explore and discover the park.
The plaque inscription says it all: "We dedicate this bell As a symbol of Hiroshima Aspiration Let all nuclear arms and wars be gone, and the nations live in true peace!

Peace Flame

Hiroshima
This eternal flame which was lit on 1st August 1964, and located in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, is intended to keep burning in the hope of a world devoid of nuclear weapons.
The Peace Flame in the Peace Memorial Park is in the middle of an artistically designed structure that sits in a reflecting pool.

Stone Church

Karuizawa-machi
The entrance to the worship hall was an eye opener.
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The Stone Buddhas are very well preserved and situated in a beautiful valley, surrounded by a forest.
There are four different areas, you can see many statues of Buddha, which are engraved in grottos.
It is the fastness of this huge open area including the simple but very impressive black monument itself at the edge which makes it for me personally the most impressive A-bomb monument in Nagasaki.
It is definitely thought provoking to stand where the bomb landed all of those years ago and caused all the devastation that it did - this is done very simply and has been left to show a simple memorial of the epi...
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Giant Gundam Statue
Whilst I have never been a true fan of Japanese comic book or animated characters this statue left me gob smacked.
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