Fred Ochsenhirt @fochsenhirt

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Today we visited the Edo-Tokyo Museum, which covers Tokyo's history from the beginning of the Edo period (1603) to the present. There are incredible life size and scale model replicas of historic structures.
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Today we visited the Edo-Tokyo Museum, which covers Tokyo's history from the beginning of the Edo period (1603) to the present. There are incredible life size and scale model replicas of historic structures.

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The Tokyo Monorail. We've now been on planes, Shinkansen, local trains, subways, a streetcar, buses, taxis and a monorail. 🚅🚞🚋🚝🚖🛫🛥
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The Tokyo Monorail. We've now been on planes, Shinkansen, local trains, subways, a streetcar, buses, taxis and a monorail. 🚅🚞🚋🚝🚖🛫🛥

An afternoon at Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. A moving but emotionally draining experience.
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An afternoon at Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. A moving but emotionally draining experience.

#theveryangrycaterpillar
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#theveryangrycaterpillar

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The Great Buddha at Tōdai-ji Temple in Nara. The hall where the Buddha stands is the largest wooden building in the world.
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The Great Buddha at Tōdai-ji Temple in Nara. The hall where the Buddha stands is the largest wooden building in the world.

Kyoto at night
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Kyoto at night

Welcome to your nightmares #spidercrabs
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Welcome to your nightmares #spidercrabs

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Seaweed, yum
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Seaweed, yum

Fushima Inari, Gijō Castle and Arashiyama
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Fushima Inari, Gijō Castle and Arashiyama

#goodidea
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#goodidea

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Nijō castle was the site of both the beginning (in 1601) and end (in 1867) of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
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Nijō castle was the site of both the beginning (in 1601) and end (in 1867) of the Tokugawa Shogunate.

The scenery speeds by at 170 MPH. #shinkansen
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The scenery speeds by at 170 MPH. #shinkansen

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