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  • 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan Island Nation located in the Pacific Ocean Region: East Asia Area total: 377,944 km2 Coast line: Sea of Japan,Sea of Okhotsk and East China Sea Capital: Tokyo JAPAN Music:Faye Wong Wo Yuan Yİ Presentation by:NILGUN Gold.n.crystal34@gmail.com
  • 2. Cartoons
  • 3. Fountain
  • 4. Geishas in the ritual cleansing
  • 5. Omikoshi - portable Shinto shrine
  • 6. Mount Fuji
  • 7. Fuji Lake
  • 8. Kasumigaura Lake
  • 9. Nakade crater on Mt.Aso
  • 10. Sagami Bay
  • 11. Sakura
  • 12. Nara
  • 13. Traditional Japanes hut
  • 14. In memory
  • 15. Churaumi Aquarium in Okinawa
  • 16. Ox cart on Iriomote Island
  • 17. This 100 metres high pagoda (Goju-no-to) is part of the
  • 18. Osaka Castle
  • 19. Temple in Yokohama ChinaTown-details
  • 20. Asakusa
  • 21. Buddhist meditation in the Zen temple Eheji
  • 22. Nijo Castle Garden - Kyoto
  • 23. Sumo
  • 24. Samurai defending the honour of Tokugawa Shogunate
  • 25. Shiba Park - Tokyo
  • 26. Isoteien - the Garden of the Shimazu clan in Satsuma
  • 27. Japanese rice planting machine in action
  • 28. Ondokoza-Japanese troupe specializing in taiko drumming.
  • 29. Peace and serenity
  • 30. Rice wine barrels
  • 31. Shinkansen - high speed train
  • 32. The Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • 33. Tea Ceremony
  • 34. Swastika The word swastika came from the Sanskrit word svastika, meaning any lucky or auspicious object, and in
  • 35. The return of a Legend
  • 36. Wedding
  • 37. Wedding - Wata-boshi is the headgear of the bride at the wedding in the tradional Shinto rite.
  • 38. Pics. are from Tuna's archive tunaysem@gmail.com tuna.34@gmail.com BlueDanube@yahoogroups.com http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BlueDanube