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Bronze Dragon, Fuji-Yoshida City, Japan photo via dejan

Quoted "A bronze statue of Fuji Sengen Jinja [富士浅間神社] in Fuji-Yoshida [富士吉田] City Japan. Chinese Dragon has been one of the popular traditional motifs of Japanese religion, art and craft.

Gion is Kyoto's most famous geisha district, located in the city center around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west.  This is where you're likely to see a real life Geisha heading to work.

Gion, Kyoto Gion is Kyoto's most famous geisha district, located in the city center around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west. This is where you're likely to see a real life Geisha heading to work.

Jeff Nishinaka

Paper sculptures that come to life with impossible curves

Nishiki Market, Kyoto

Nishiki Market, Japan Nishiki Market is a narrow, shopping street, lined by more than one hundred shops.

Tokyo City, Been their twice and really want to go again.  That is a view of Shinjuku with Fuji in the background.  The two towered building at the back is actually the town hall.  You get great views of the city there and it is free!

Tokyo City, view of Shinjuku with Fuji in the background. The two towered building at the back is the town hall. You get great views of the city there and it is free!

郡上八幡 (by linton!!)

Gujyo Hachiman, Gifu, Japan 郡上八幡 岐阜 Avant Nisbett RH have you been here?

✯ Mount Fuji and Green Tea Fields

Fuji and Green tea farm, Japan. Daniels, you are so blessed to be able to not only see Mt Fuji anytime you want, but also GREEN TEA FARMS near you.

**Monk descending the temple stairs. Hand-tinted Glass Lantern Slide attributed to Kozaburo Tamamura of Yokohama

The Five Story Pagoda, Mount Haguro, Yamagata, Japan༺ ♠ ༻*ŦƶȠ*༺ ♠ ༻

The five story pagoda, Mount Haguro, Yamagata, Japan That's great, but look at those trees! Really impressive!

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RP: Dragon - Master of Mystical Fire, is the oldest and wisest spirit-animal, illuminating collective unconsciousness through lightning

Path | Stones laid across a shallow pond in the formal garden at the Nanzen-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan | by Aaron Webb

Path by Aaron Webb: Stones laid across a shallow pond in the formal garden at the Nanzen-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan.