A park in Nara.
As a follow up to my recent post about Japan, here’s a collection of some of the best photos I took on the trip.
Locations include Hiroshima, Kyoto, Nara, and Tokyo. Camera used was a Nikon D40 paired with a Nikon 35m f/1.8G.
If you like these, you’ll probably like my pictures of San Francisco as well.
The atom bomb museum in Hiroshima. The red ball represents the atomic fireball fractions of a second after detonation.
The atomic dome building that was one of the only standing structures in Hiroshima.
A random ramen house in Hiroshima.
7th inning stretch between the Hiroshima Carps and Hanshin Tigers. The entire stadium launched balloons. This was the Tigers side. The Carps won 6-1.
Night view of a street close to Gion District, Kyoto.
Another night view, Gion District Kyoto.
Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto. About the fanciest Japanese temples get.
An old Japanese man painting some cherry blossoms. Ninnanji Temple, Kyoto.
Random conveyor belt sushi place in Kyoto. 137 yen per dish which translated to $1.37.
Taking in the scene at a stop between Kyoto and Nara.
The main park in Nara.
Deer in Nara. Seemed almost domesticated Thousands run free and you can go right up and pet them.
World famous Shibuya crossing, Tokyo.
A random street in Akihabara, Tokyo’s electronic district.