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Tokyo Disney Trip Report--lots of photos of Tokyo DisneySea at sunset and night!

Tokyo Disney Resort Trip Report - Part 1

Tokyo Disney Trip Report--lots of photos of Tokyo DisneySea at sunset and night!

Rikugien Garden: Tokyo's 88 Minature Gardens - Japan Talk - MOST BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE GARDEN IN TOKYO 9-5 PM 300 YEN - REST AT FUKIAGE CHAYA TEAHOUSE 510 YEN  http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3026.html

Rikugien Garden: Tokyo's 88 Minature Gardens - Japan Talk - MOST BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE GARDEN IN TOKYO 9-5 PM 300 YEN - REST AT FUKIAGE CHAYA TEAHOUSE 510 YEN http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3026.html

Surrounded by mountains on three sides, Kyoto has some brilliant hiking. There are good hikes right in the city and others just a short trai...

Surrounded by mountains on three sides, Kyoto has some brilliant hiking. There are good hikes right in the city and others just a short trai...

Myoko Kogen, Japan: Skiing, Hiking, Nature, Mountains & Onsen Hot Springs. Find maps, tourism & ski information, directions and Myoko Kogen hotels.

Myoko Kogen, Japan: Skiing, Hiking, Nature, Mountains & Onsen Hot Springs. Find maps, tourism & ski information, directions and Myoko Kogen hotels.

CLIMB JAPAN: The main ridge of Mt Shirouma (白馬岳主稜)

CLIMB JAPAN: The main ridge of Mt Shirouma (白馬岳主稜)

Nanzen Temple is the head temple of the southern faction of the Rinzai school of Buddhism. Its biggest charm is the Suirokaku Aqueduct that sits quietly in the Japanese landscape. It was built in 1888 to carry water from Lake Biwa, and the original brick arch still remains inside the temple. If you get a chance to walk around the area, it's recommended that you head there from Keage Station on the subway. Once you pass through the brick tunnel, Nanzen Temple will welcome you.

Nanzen Temple is the head temple of the southern faction of the Rinzai school of Buddhism. Its biggest charm is the Suirokaku Aqueduct that sits quietly in the Japanese landscape. It was built in 1888 to carry water from Lake Biwa, and the original brick arch still remains inside the temple. If you get a chance to walk around the area, it's recommended that you head there from Keage Station on the subway. Once you pass through the brick tunnel, Nanzen Temple will welcome you.

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