Tag Archives | monochrome

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The Sacred Bridge

The famous Shinkyō bridge in Nikkō. Shinkyō might be translated as Sacred Bridge, but I think most people tend to use the Japanese name. It is known as one of the three most beautiful bridges in Japan and is a World Heritage site.

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Stormy Weather

Storm’s a coming!

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Waiting For a Train

Does iPhoneography equal more artsy photography?

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Slide

A monochrome double exposure photo for your enjoyment today. What does this have to do with Japan? Well… It was taken in Japan. That counts for something, right?

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Sake Helps Him Meditate

Today: sake! Need I say more?

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Ōmisoka, New Years Eve in Japan

Today is Ōmisoka (大晦日), New Year’s Eve. This is a very important day on the Japanese calendar! Read on to find out the scoop about it. Continue Reading →

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Tojo and Sumo

Today, an infamous anniversity. Also: Sumo!

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Train Travel

Today, train travel in Japan. It’s the only way to go!

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Looking Down

Today: Always look down!

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Simpler in Showa

Today, all about the naming of eras in Japan and how old folks love the Showa era.

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