Photo: Each year in April, over 1000 sakura ( Cherry Blossoms ) bloom around Tsuruga Castle making it one of the most beautiful castles with sakura in Japan.
Photo: Nuruko Gorge located in Miyagi Prefecture, north of Sendai is one of the best locations for red leaves viewing in the Tohoku region. Since it is relatively close to the epicenter of the earthquake, I hope not much damage have been done to this beautiful place.
Photo: Tsuruga Castle situated in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima was constructed by Ashina Naomori in 1384, and was originally named Kurokawa Castle. It was the military and administrative center of the Aizu region until 1868 and an important Tokugawa stronghold in the Tōhoku Region.
Photo: At -27 degree.......
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Photo: The earthquake on March 11 was for me one of the scariest and saddest days. Although I was in Tokyo, I could clearly feel the impact...I was alone at the time on the upper floor of a high rise, I was so scared I couldn't stop crying. After the initial shock, I heard the emergency announcements from city hall warning of tsunami, telling us not to leave the building and the continuous wailing of fire engines and ambulance sirens. My phone line was cut off for a while, the only contact I had with the outside world was through internet. When I realized what happened in Tohoku ( North Eastern Japan) area, I was very much saddened, because Tohoku is a region I have spent a lot of time in, visiting towns and villages. Joined their festivals and met some of the nicest and kindest people. I would like to show in this album the beauty of the four seasons of Tohoku and the joy they shared with me.
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Tsuruga Castle situated in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima was constructed by Ashina Naomori in 1384, and was originally named Kurokawa Castle. It was the military and administrative center of the Aizu region until 1868 and an important Tokugawa stronghold in the Tōhoku Region.
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