The Fresh Green season in Japan.

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  1. Takashi kajihara

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    Thank you for looking!
     
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    Japan was always green when I lived there. Green and beautiful. At least on the island of Honshu. But that was many years ago.
     
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    Beautiful
     
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    Wow, gorgeous. How old is that building? The statues and well make it look like it's been there for a millennia.
     
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    Wow! What an enchanting place! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Good looking place young fellar, thanks for the post. joe
     
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    Nice!

    Id love to go someday. But I think the cities would give me a seizure .
     
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    Sorry, I have no idea.
    But, That big Japanese cedar is 450 years old.
     
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    You've brought us some beauty again my friend!

    Making me wish for green here.. We're sitting through an ice storm right now..
     
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    your photo posts always are blessings ...
     
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    Enjoyed the pictures, Beautiful country. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I always liked going to Miya Jima Island and hiking to the top of the mountain. It was always a great trip and hiked it several times. Also liked the shrines on Miya Jima. Caught a snake on the hike one time and showed it to a Japanese fellow hiking down the trail. All I got out of him was it wasn't good just before he took off running. Guess he didn't like snakes. ;)
     
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    stunning photos- thanks!
     
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    Breathtaking, thanks for sharing your playground with us!
     
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    Beautiful! I especially love the last photo of the spring.
     
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    As usual, great post! Thanks for sharing a piece of your green world with us.
     
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    Thanks for sharing! Enjoyed the pictures, Beautiful country. :)
     
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    So lush!
    And a lot like our landscape here in western Washington with ferns, maples, and cedars.
    I assume that is a cedar next to that temple...(?)

    and what do they have growing in that orchard?

    Thanks for sharing!
     
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