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Kyoto 5/9/2011

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This is photos from last year in Kyoto. I forgot to upload these, so I do it now. It was one day stay first day for night meeting for the net shop (did not seem good for myself). I stayed at the Gojo Guest House and met some Korean friend, and next day I toured around Gojo area.



Kyoto Japanese style hotel


Welcome to Kyoto sign at the parking building

MIyukicyou street


三十三間堂 Sanjusangen dou

Japanese garden

We think willow tree match with raining scene.


Peeking Buddhas

I found trick art!! See the window.

Birds swimming in rain.

Takasegawa bridge, it seems very old street.


Kyoto Tower from temple.

Kyoto Tower from pachinko parking.

Yodobashi Camera nice deign


stained glass

Reflection on the window at the Kyoto station.

Top floor at the Kyoto Station building

New Osaka Station 

A roof top of the Osaka Station

Piers at the Osaka Station. I love taking photos of architecture.


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There are fourteen building designs, which Frank Lloyd Wright has done in Japan. Six building were built, but two of them were destroyed by the 1923 Magnitude 7.9 Great Kanto earthquake (around Tokyo.)

Frank Lloyd Wright traveled outside of America for the first time, and went to Japan with his wife. There were 37 years old in the year, and he spent two months touring natural and historical landmarks from Nikko (North East of Tokyo) all the way down to (Shikoku island) Takamatsu.

He made a contract to build the new Imperial Hotel in Tokyo in late 1911. After a year of project delays and several trans-Pacific crossings, Wright finally took up part-time residence in Tokyo in January 1917. (Wrightian Architectural Archives Japan)

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