138. Hamarikyu garden. Entry fee 300Y, we've got electronic guide for free, but I didn't use that stuff - sorry, it's not so interesting, which tree is 300 old, and which one was planted by Tokugawa shogun.
I'm starting threads featuring Japan's major cities to gather all those great pics we've been posting in different topics in just one. So feel free to repost here these pictures. Also, key facts and historic overviews are welcome.
Let's start with these top quality pictures :cheers: All pics...
This is a project I have been working on for a number of years now and should be wrapping up this Summer! This hand-drawn illustrative map of Japan indicates major landmarks, city skylines, historic sites, major skyscrapers, roadways, major bridges, rivers, mountain ranges, lakes, and volcanoes...
I got some here taken by a friend of mine in Tokyo!
btw, does anybody know off a free picture hosting site that does not shrink pics and allows posting in the forums? Homestead was giving me trouble, hence the smallness of the pics. :?
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