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Tenno-ji #1, 5/20/07

After the Spring semester, I went to take photo in downtown Osaka. Osaka Tower, Shin Sekai (new world) area.


Osaka City Art Museum


Osaka Tower and a homeless (I guess) at a bench.


Going through the bridge way, there is an entrance to the Osaka zoo. There used to be many homeless' tents at the right side of the bridge, but the city move them away. Not sure where they are now...

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