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San Jose downtown and Japantown, 2009


Here is photos of my travel to San Jose from San Francisco. I went to San Jose Art Museum and Japan town.
Date 7/16/2009


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送信者 San Jose 09/07/16
Cal Train






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16
San Jose Convention Center




送信者 San Jose 09/07/16

downtown




送信者 San Jose 09/07/16




送信者 San Jose 09/07/16






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16
San Jose Museum of Art




送信者 San Jose 09/07/16






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16
Jackson Street Entrance of Japantown






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16






送信者 San Jose 09/07/16
Japanese temple




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View from Cal Train. Fog starting point entrance of city of San Francisco.



送信者 San Jose 09/07/16

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