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Red Crowned Cranes roosting in the thermal waters at Otowabashi Bridge,Hokkaido
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Mist lingering at the Red Crowned Crane roost
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Looking towards the exit from Senso-Ji Temple Tokyo
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Cold Sake!
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Senso-Ji Temple,Tokyo
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Matsumoto Castle
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Some young Japanese women in traditional dress who were performing some traditional dances.

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Japan

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A very late decision to change my travel plans for this year saw me booking flights to visit Japan! A country I had always wanted to visit so I decided to take the plunge and by the tickets! Arriving at Narita Airport near Tokyo I would spend the next 10 days visiting a couple of airbases but also spending time photographing Snow Monkeys,Mt Fuji and spending a couple of nights in Tokyo. Needless to say more time was needed especially just for time in Tokyo but what an amazing country,polite and welcoming people and a fun place to travel around.Temples are everywhere you look so it`s easy to find things to photograph,although I think I didn`t quite make the most of this trip as I was generally just taking some places in !

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Downtown Tokyo
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Chureito Pagoda looking towards Mt Fuji
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Lanterns
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Chureito Pagoda
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Tokyo Metro Line
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Shibuya Crossing,Tokyo
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Tokyo Taxis
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Senso-Ji Temple,Tokyo
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The Crow Castle or Matsumoto Castle
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Downtown Tokyo and Tokyo Tower
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Photoshoot on Shibuya Crossing
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Senso-Ji Temple Gate
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Senso-Ji Temple and Pagoda

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