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Slides from Sachi Tours trip to Japan in Autumn 1980

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  • Shrine visitors
    Autumn in Japan
  • Autumn
    in Japan
    Nakajima Park,
    Sapporo
  • Time to escape the city and go enjoy the Sendai country views
  • and visit a shrine or two
    Sacred bridge , Nikko
  • Some feel a touch of
    spiritual melancholy.
    As the bright
    leaves fall, they
    ponder the fate of
    thwarted lovers
    who suicided here
    at Kegon waterfall
  • Torii for vanquished dragon,
    Hakone Shrine
    Sacred places are scenes of natural beauty
  • Purify yourself as you enter a shrine
    Hakone Shrine
  • Hakone Shrine pilgrims and tourists
  • Make offerings
    And prayers
  • Dress up in finery
    Nakajima Shrine
  • And have some fun while doing it
    Tour boat,
    Matsuhima Bay
  • Enjoy the
    Autumn colours
    Lake Toya
  • Cook an egg at Odawara hot springs
  • Maybe some casual
    tourist shopping
  • Take a peaceful
    stroll in a
    manicured
    park
    Nakajima Park,
    Sapporo
  • Meditate
    on the beauty
    of nature
  • Tea house
    Nakajima Park
    and finish with a tea ceremony
  • Feel refreshed
    and ready
    for daily life
    Hakone shrine
  • Leaving all your bad luck behind
  • Photos taken in 1980
    Japan
    by Anna Casey