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Scenes around Sakai-city near Osaka, July 2012. Photo album online at http://bit.ly/echizen2012

Scenes around Sakai-city near Osaka, July 2012. Photo album online at http://bit.ly/echizen2012

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  • Japanese language & culture: Kansai, Sakai City examples G P Witteveen anthroview@gmail.com
  • Biggest tumulus (kofun) in Japan: Nintoku-ryo.
  • Kofun: no trespassing. Sakai-city
  • “white house” sakai-city wedding venue
  • “white house” wedding palace in Sakai city
  • Sumiyoshi-jinja, sakai-shi
  • Shrine tucked along big road (left) Sakai city
  • Keep the river clean! Sakai city
  • “Green” Sakai-city (citizen’s group)
  • Front view, looking north: Zencho-ji in Sakai-city
  • Edit caption Sakai-city
  • Logo, seen in Sakai-city
  • Myokoku-ji in Sakai city
  • Incident in Sakai (1868)
  • Instructions about proper grave visiting, Sakai-city
  • Central library, Sakai-city
  • Convenience store window: Sakai city
  • Convenience store, Sakai-city
  • Convenience store, Sakai-city
  • Convenience store: Sakai-city
  • Platform, Hagoromo station, south of Sakai-city