There is not better time than early January or February to take incredible pictures of Mt. Fuji

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English Originally built in 1914, Tokyo Station, or Tokyo-Eki, is Japan busiest station in terms of number of trains per day. According to Wikipedia, over 3,000 trains pass through the station every single day. Tokyo Station also holds a special place in the hearts of Tokyo residents. Despite being over 100 years old, the main […]

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Gorgeons Jizo statues from Tokyo’s Zōjō-ji temple.

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English Shirakawa-Go would be just another pretty Japanese village if it was not for its world famous Gassho-zukuri farmhouses. True to their original design and nature, most Gassho-zukuri farmhouses in Shirakawa-Go are not more than 200 years old and are often renovated to make sure that their unique thatched roofs keep the farmhouse owners safe […]

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English The Toshogu Shrine in Nikko is a very popular tourist attraction for both Japanese and foreigners alike. It is the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that ruled Japan for over 250 years. The shrine consists of more than a dozen buildings located in a beautiful forest outside the […]

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Believe it or not, but professional photographers and videographers often uses lens filters (ND or Polarised).

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Note : This is yet another version of the first video we made a couple of month ago. This video was taken when testing a new Lens for our gear and could not resist to share these footage of Shibuya’s famous crossing with you… Hope you will enjoy these long, yet gorgeous video of one […]

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Note : This is yet another version of the first video we made a couple of month ago. This video was taken when testing a new Lens for our gear and could not resist to share these footage of Shibuya’s famous crossing with you… Hope you will enjoy these long, yet gorgeous video of one […]

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English Not only beautiful in winter by day, the Ogimachi village of Shirakawa-Go (Shirakawago), turns on the lights at night for a few days each January, to become a life-size Light Sculpture. Magical? In pictures the answer is most definitely yes, but in real life the place is crowded with so many tourists, it resembles […]

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Clouds over a traditional Japanese Gassho-Zukuri farmhouses

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English Declared a UNESCO world heritage site since 1995, Shirakawa-Go (Shirakawago) is one of the hottest Japanese tourist spots that is hard to miss. Located in the remote mountains of Gifu prefecture, Shirakawa-Go is famous for its traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses with some as old as 250 years. Shirakawa-Go’s most famous village, and the one featured […]

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