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Nakajima Park, Sapporo

Located in downtown Sapporo, Nakajima Park is a large area of greenery and water with a number of wonderful attractions and cultural facilities. It’s just the right timing now to view the sakura cherry blossoms in Sapporo. The trees are planted along Kamokamo River & some in the park . 

28. April 2015 by Joey
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Zojo-ji , Tokyo

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The main gate of Zojo-ji was built in 1622. It is the family temple of the Tokugawa clan. Zojo-ji is a really picturesque place that it is surrounded by trees and with Tokyo Tower and the Atago Green Hills skyscraper nearby you get a nice feeling as you move from the busy outside world into something more peaceful. The temple is also very close to the Tokyo Prince Hotel.

27. April 2015 by Joey
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine, Wisteria Festival

It’s the blooming season for Wisteria flowers. Kameido Tenjin Shrine is known as the best place in Tokyo to view Wisterias. This flower  is too beautiful when dangled from wisteria trellises. Period open from now until May 6th. 

24. April 2015 by Joey
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Kabukicho, Shinjuku

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Kabukicho is Tokyo’s largest entertainment district with numerous eateries, cinemas and theaters, etc. The streets of Kabukicho are an amazing sight especially at night when all the neon lights come on, films like Lost in Translation, The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift all filmed around here. Take a visit to Kabukicho at night and you will see what they mean.

23. April 2015 by Joey
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Imperial Palace bridge

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Good Morning from The Imperial Palace in Tokyo.  This is a lovely picture of the stone bridge located just outside of the Palace. It is called Meganebashi (Eyeglass Bridge) for its looks. If you can see clearly there is one more bridge in the back was formerly a wooden bridge with two levels, from which the name Nijubashi (Double Bridge) is derived.

21. April 2015 by Joey
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