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Very good photos!!!

Very good photos!!!

Me ducking to the Japanese heroes who have defended with honor their Native land.

çooook güzel harika...

I live in this town. It is very small and I was surprised to see photos of my town (^-^) I hope you enjoyed visiting.

The way you caught the shape of the roof tiles and the texture on the walls give us a real feel for this place!

The 1,780 meter long bridge to Tsunoshima from Houhoku Town crosses over the shallow emerald ocean and brilliant white sand that separates the island from Honshu. It was the longest toll free bridge in Japan from it was completed on November 3rd, 2000 until a longer bridge (1,960 meters) opened in Okinawa in 2005.

YANAGITA Kunio (1875 - 1962) is a scholar who is often known as "the father of Japanese native ethnology."

YANAGITA Kunio (1875 - 1962) is a scholar who is often known as "the father of Japanese native ethnology."

Ako, located in the south-west of Hyogo Prefecture, has developed along the Sea of Harima and the clear stream of the Chikusa River. Facing the beautiful Seto Inland Sea, we have many kinds of special marine products: salt, oysters, seaweed, conger eels. Ako is also a very historical city. Chushingura, the story of the 47 samurai, is known nationwide as a symbol of the idea of loyalty Japanese people had in the Samurai period. Ako Castle Ruins, Kagakuji Temple, and Oishi shrine will tell you more about the story.

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