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B-Sides: Sendai Station at Night

B-Sides: Sendai Station at Night

Some shots from back in Sendai that I never got around to posting. Always a fun area brimming with activity, as it serves the local trains as well as the Shinkansen (bullet train) line which brings in people from all over the country. This one was technically taken in...

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From the Streets of Minoo

From the Streets of Minoo

Minoo is a town in the North of Osaka at the base of the hills. It's home to the increasingly well-known craft brewer Minoh Beer. These were snapped on the sleepy neighborhood streets while walking to their annual beer festival (well, one of them anyway) in the park...

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B-Sides: Osaka & (kind of) Nara

B-Sides: Osaka & (kind of) Nara

Today's serving of images features some goodies from around the Kansai area. As Mary and I were coming home one evening from something, somewhere, we found ourselves on the Keihan Main line, which we don't often ride. The waterfront view from the train looked...

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The Mist-Shrouded Temple of Murou-Ji

The Mist-Shrouded Temple of Murou-Ji

Another week, another temple/shrine post. Just gonna be honest, you visit a lot of these things when you're in Japan. It's one of the perks of living here. That having been said, I do admit to a bit of chronic temple/shrine fatigue. I've been to so many over the years...

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Sendai Flashback: Kameoka Hachimangu

Sendai Flashback: Kameoka Hachimangu

Yet another batch of photos from an afternoon exploring Sendai. On the occasion of this afternoon, Mary and I visited the pleasant Kamekoa Hachimangu in the hills West of Sendai proper. Now you may recall that we've already vistied one Hachiman shrine here on the...

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Strolling Through Kobe, With Strangers & Friends [Pt 3 of 3]

Strolling Through Kobe, With Strangers & Friends [Pt 3 of 3]

The Motomachi area of Kobe seems sleepy at first glance but it's busting to the seams with personality. As mentioned previously, Kobe kind of lives in the shadows of its bigger neighbors, at least as far as reputations go, yet it's still part of Kansai and pulls on...

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