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japan panorama

Postby skold » Tue Apr 20, 2010 5:03 pm

trit ini buat naro gambar panorama2 yang ada di jepang

langsung aja gan

SAKURA HANAMI @ UENO PARK, 3 April 2010 part 1


Ueno Park was Japan’s first public park, opened in 1873. It has many attractions including a zoo, museums, a lake, temples and every year in April it is the destination for many to view the Sakura trees in full bloom.

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Picture perfect for this picnic. Wish I could have sat down and joined in.[/spoiler]

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Beautiful Sakura.[/spoiler]

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So many people enjoying themselves, whether they were sitting down and drinking or just walking on by.[/spoiler]

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Japanese life under the Sakura wave.[/spoiler]

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The empty bottles are lined up, the drawings left behind. These guys are probably restocking and will be back soon.[/spoiler]

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Cameras out in force to document the great scene for many.[/spoiler]

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Lots of happy hanami revelers. Most people who drink too much seem to fall asleep.[/spoiler]

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Plenty of blue tarpaulin laid out for the lucky ones who have reserved their spot.[/spoiler]

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Rilakkuma slippers waiting for their owners to claim the space.[/spoiler]

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Somebody get that dog a beer ![/spoiler]

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So many different groups of people coming together to watch the sakura.[/spoiler]

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The sakura trees seem to come together to form a sea of cherry blossoms.[/spoiler]

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The crowds always come to Ueno Park to see the sakura at this time of year. On a fine, day like today, it can be very busy.[/spoiler]

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Local Shrine with some nice red color.[/spoiler]

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As at any good matsuri, there is always plenty to eat. Anyone for a flame warmed dango?[/spoiler]

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A mixture of many things. That bowl looks like it is ready for a clean.[/spoiler]

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Tasty corn ready to go. Any takers?[/spoiler]

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These looked really tasty. I realized after I took the photo that the pepper is just coming out of the container and hitting the meat.[/spoiler]

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Lots of heads bobbing along the road. Is that a tent off to the right?.


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Re: japan panorama

Postby jengjengjeng » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:10 pm

waw waw waw waw waw....sugeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
blooming sakura....
ntu acara apa kok pada ngumpul d taman??

btw...pertamax,shell super xtra,atunya ap yh yg dri petronas...


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Re: japan panorama

Postby skold » Fri Apr 23, 2010 2:13 pm

sakura hanami --> penjelasan



SAKURA HANAMI @ UENO PARK, 3 April 2010 part 2


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The old style buildings in the background blend in nicely with the park scene.[/spoiler]

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Not the best lens for a closeup shot, but worth a go with some added bokeh.[/spoiler]

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Pretty in pink.[/spoiler]

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Is that a green dinosaur hanging out with Rilakkuma?[/spoiler]

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People everywhere. It was hard to focus on watching the sakura with so many people around.[/spoiler]

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Bright colored plastic lanterns help to mix up the color.[/spoiler]

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One of the many temple structures in the area.[/spoiler]

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People working their way through the crowds to get a photo. Lucky most people are using digital cameras, although I bet Kodak and Fuji are missing the good old analog print days.[/spoiler]

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Convergence of trees brings the pink sakura to a peak here.[/spoiler]

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Lanterns lit in the afternoon. Great atmosphere.[/spoiler]

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Not sure what this structures official name is. Anyone know?[/spoiler]

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The shade takes the color away from the trees a bit, but the mass of sakura still makes an impact.[/spoiler]

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Sakura, Sakura .... can just here the song playing in this photo ..... ^_^[/spoiler]

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Food deliveries were being made by stores. I think this guy might have got lost.[/spoiler]

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More happy scenes from hanami watchers.[/spoiler]

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Looks like a game of cards being enjoyed here.[/spoiler]

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Food, friends and drink. Great combination.[/spoiler]

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Everyone working their angles to get the best shot from the lower hanging branches of the tree.


>>>laporan keuangan akihabara 2009

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Re: japan panorama

Postby skold » Fri Apr 23, 2010 2:24 pm


Shibuya Streets Vol 12, 8 April 2010


I only had a brief chance to take a few photos this week in Shibuya. Here are some of the snaps showing Ryo Ishikawa, adverts at Shibuya Station, a few stores and more. Hope you enjoy.

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The ever popular AKB48 passing through Shibuya[/spoiler]

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The sakura trees are a nice addition to the area where Hachiko sits.[/spoiler]

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Ryo Ishikawa who is at the Masters this week, doing some promotion for McDonalds and their new Teritama Burger. I wonder if McDonalds in the US have any burgers for Tiger to advertise?[/spoiler]

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The KFC store on Koen Dori, Shibuya is the 500th KFC store in Japan, or is was back in 1985. Been there a while now.[/spoiler]

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Mark City celebrating its 10 year anniversary.[/spoiler]

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I haven't tried the sbarro food yet. Is this from the US or Europe? It says Italian food, but is has a New York look about it.[/spoiler]

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New recruits getting together after the workday has finished on their first week of work.[/spoiler]

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Nihon Terebi giving us a taste of sakura with their latest programs.[/spoiler]

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Some hairspray getting used here by the girls in the foreground.[/spoiler]

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ZARA and Marui Store[/spoiler]

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Anyone for colored contact lenses?[/spoiler]

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As always, plenty of people, plenty of ads at the crossing.[/spoiler]

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Probably the most popular place to advertise at the moment if you have a lot of money.[/spoiler]

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Sakura Sakura for Shibuya Shibuya


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Re: japan panorama

Postby skold » Fri Apr 23, 2010 2:39 pm


Hamarikyu Gardens, 10 April 2010, part 1


Hamarikyu is a public garden in Tokyo that is within waking distance of Shinbashi or Hamamatscho Station on the Yamanote Line. Inside the gardens you can enjoy a green tea ceremony for a fee of 500 yen. The garden has many different types of birds and fish with beautiful flowers.

Hamarikyu

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The tea house at Hamarikyu.[/spoiler]

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The combination of sakura and buildings seems to be a nice contrast.[/spoiler]

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The scenery from inside the Hamarikyu Gardens is quite exquisite. The combination of nature and city landscapes come together well.[/spoiler]

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One of the structures in the park that date back many years.[/spoiler]

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Great architecture, tiles and woodwork.[/spoiler]

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Such great colors at this time of year. The pathways were comfortable to walk on, but also had a natural feel of gravel under foot.[/spoiler]

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These apartments located between Hamamatsucho and Shinbashi have a great view of Hamarikyu, but they are also wedged between the highway and the train lines. Could be a little bit noisy.[/spoiler]

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Looking back from the park at the apartments through sakura leaves.[/spoiler]

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The sakura looked very happy bathing in the full sunshine.[/spoiler]

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A classic Hamarikyu scene. Beautiful tree colors, a traditional bridge crossing the pond and the modern city in the background.[/spoiler]

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What a wonderful way to spend the day, having a picnic under the sakura trees at Hamarikyu.[/spoiler]

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A bird takes flight from the main pond at Hamarikyu gardens.[/spoiler]

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This bridge leading to the tea house was very popular for people to stroll across and enjoy the views.[/spoiler]

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One of the tiny hills in the park which are set up to give a different perspective of the surrounds. Loved the green in the background of this photo.[/spoiler]

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This scene reminded more of Kyoto than Tokyo. The black sun-shade umbrella in the foreground, the blended pink of the tree in the back and the gravel path.[/spoiler]

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The tea house where you can experience the traditional Japanese tea ceremony for Yen 500.[/spoiler]

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The far side of the park leads to the water and beyond to Tokyo Bay.[/spoiler]

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A mixture of pink and white makes these flowers stand out..[/spoiler]

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A little bit of bokeh on these sakura.[/spoiler]

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Another of the bridges within the park. Notice the buildings in the background. The city is close.[/spoiler]

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The lights, signboards and bridges are all made out of natural wood, given the park a relaxed feeling.[/spoiler]

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There are plenty of different birds within the Hamarikyu grounds.


>>>laporan keuangan akihabara 2009

klo mw ngepost, postlah yg berkualitas, atau paling tidak yg bermanfaat

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