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Andrew JapanesePhotosAsia
Lives in Nagoya, Japan
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How True! ‪#‎MotivationMonday‬ Quote of the Day!!
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A shoot with the wonderful Allyce earlier this year, in Nagoya Japan.
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Beautiful.
 
Nachi falls on Nachikatuura, Prefecture of Wakayama, Japan, is one of the best-known in Japan falls#TouristAttractions #VISIT #Discover #Vacation #PlacesToStay
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+Andrew JapanesePhotosAsia thanks a lot for re share 
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Today, May 4 is Greenery Day or “Midori no Hi” (みどりの日) in Japanese, an annual Japanese National Holiday to show appreciation for the environment and nature.

Festivals and Events for May 2015 in Japan http://japantraveladvice.com/festivals-events-may-2015-japan/
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I hope #Pinterest is on this
 
Gut Licht für Karl Louis !
Copyright infringements are a pain in the neck not only for photographers. There are too many parasites out there who misuse the work of others. On this blacklist will be websites with a commercial purpose only, which means t...
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Thanks for sharing +Andrew JapanesePhotosAsia 
and no, +Pinterest is not on it (yet) ...   although some users use it in a commercial way to advertise their services. 
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Rare perspective of Nagoya Castle seen at sunrise. 
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In my (strong but humble) opinion, Yebisu are the makers of the only descent beer in Japan. Also, Yebisu Black is probably the pick of the bunch. 
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I prefer Ginga Kogen, although it's not readily available everywhere in Japan (The same is true of the increasing number of micro-breweries in Negano). Nest beer is also very good. But then again, why bother with any of them when you can have really good British beer cheaper than the ubiquitous lager? http://www.seiyu.co.jp/
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That's bad for me. What have I been eating? Taiwan bans 100's of Japanese food items because of deliberate mislabelling and radiation contamination from Fukushima. So if Japanese food producers lie to a foreign government's customs, then what are they doing on their home turf?
Taiwan imposed new restrictions on food imported from Japan on Friday after hundreds of products were recalled over labels that disguised the fact that the
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I know. I know France and Singapore have been tight on 2011. I hope there's more screening and checks.
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Happy Kodomo no Hi (Children's Day) from Japan! We display a Kabuto (Samurai helmet) and armor in our house to bring good luck and success to the boys of the family. Samurai symbolize strength, power and success in Japan.

Read more about Kodomo no Hi in Japan http://japan-australia.blogspot.jp/2015/05/kodomo-no-hi.html
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+Andrew JapanesePhotosAsia Thanks mate for sharing :)
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I've finally had the tome to sit down and post something from a shoot I did with Allyce back in March. This is inside the palace at Nagoya Castle.
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Thanks to the many others for your plus ones and shares.
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There are so many festival in Japan in May. Don't miss them just because you didn't know about them.
Here's one you might want to check out:
The Aioi Peron Matsuri (相生ペーロン祭り) is a dragon boat race festival. It is held every year on the last weekend of May at Aioi Bay, Hyogo Prefecture.
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And I just decided I want to return my chocolates and drink. 😃
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Travel photographer in Nagoya, central Japan
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I'm a photographer living in central Japan in Nagoya City, the home of the Toyota Motor corporation. Nagoya is the richest and second most expensive of the cities in Japan. It lies right in the centre between Tokyo and Osaka. I often find myself going to events and festivals in Nagoya, Nara, Kyoto, and the surrounding areas.

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Seoul, South Korea - Taipei, Taiwan - Saigon, Vietnam - Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Hong Kong