Travel Photography Featured Travel Photos of Japan
Lots of beautiful buddhist sculptures inside, a must-go in Kyoto
Akame Falls in Mie Perfecture. It was really cold and damp when I got there, so I only walked for an hour and went back to town.
Geisha at Ginza District - Kyoto, Japan
Sunset at Shirahama Beach - Shirahama, Japan
Japan's deepest lake, Akita prefecture, surrounded by hot spring hotels.
A lake on top of a volcano. The water is green because of mineral. Last eruption of the volcano was in 1983.
A theme park in Nikko, imitating the Edo Period.
Here is another view of Morning Transit HELL, this one is ALL platforms crowed with people waiting for all trains either arriving in different direction. Also that JR trains are ALWAYS on time.. Camera: Fuji Finepix 4700
Typical Average street in Hiroo Area, most merchants would leave their inventory outside the street un-attendant, crime there is almost 100% safe, maybe because there is alot of Undercover cameras on the streets-you think so right? Camera: Fuji Finepix 4700
Ok its time for COLOR-Jun is sweeping the street, I had my coffee, and went outside, and I notice that he is sweeping the streets during a light rain, so I got my camera, and took a frames, and the light was soft, but colorful, then it rain hard. Camera: Fuji Finepix 4700
This is the famous Nihonbashi Bridge, dates backs in the Meji Peroid in the 1860's. Now its traffic bridge, in years that this bridge started as curved wooden bridge then to a iron wrought with concrete, then all stone concrete, and it you notice that a highway mostly covers the bridge so to this day it remains in the shadows.. Camera: Nikon Lens: 24mm Film: Fujifilm Neopan400
This is where I was staying the district of Meguro-ku, and I got up early to photograph the morning trains that arrive at the station, these trains really ran on time, and noticed the bike parking alone the tracks, this shot was very surprising that when I return again in 1992 that the same bike parking really expanded then. Camera: Nikon Lens: 35mm Film: Fuji Film