J in Japan

スウェーデン人から見た日本

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Vintage matchbox bought in Tokyo. The God with these nice earlobes is Ebisu, one of the Seven Gods of Fortune.

Vintage matchbox bought in Tokyo. The God with these nice earlobes is Ebisu, one of the Seven Gods of Fortune.

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View from Harakiri-maru in Japan’s largest castle Himeji-jō, another World Heritage Site. It is believed that Harakiri-maru was a place for ritual suicide, with its stage-like structure, sword racks and drains possibly filled with blood. Hyōgo prefecture.

View from Harakiri-maru in Japan’s largest castle Himeji-jō, another World Heritage Site. It is believed that Harakiri-maru was a place for ritual suicide, with its stage-like structure, sword racks and drains possibly filled with blood. Hyōgo prefecture.