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iNanban – Photos from Japan by iPhone


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: iNanban This is a simple blog that aims for showing some images from Japan from the point of view of a Southern Europe Barbarian provided with a simple iPhone 4. Welcome! Bem-vindo! ようこそ! URL: http://inanban.blogspot.com/ Category: Photo Blogs Start Date: August 23, 2011 Location: Osaka, Japan About this Japan blogger Born in […]

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Issekinicho – Great Japan Photoblog in French


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Issekinicho Issekinicho means “one stone, two birds” it’s a blog about Alex and Delfine’s life in Japan. You’ll find a lot of matsuri reports, and street photographies. But also comics about life in Tokyo. Issekinicho signifie “une pierre, deux coups” c’est le blog sur la vie au Japon […]

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Shoot Tokyo – A Photo Blog About Life in Tokyo


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Shoot Tokyo Shoot Tokyo is a photo blog of Tokyo. It is updated daily by a professional photographer and features many different aspects of daily life in Japan. It very often is about people and has many great snapshots. URL: http://shoottokyo.com/ Category: Japan Photo Blogs Start Date: November 2010 Location: Tokyo Japan […]

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Sixmats – Photos from Northern Japan


Addition to Japan Blog Directory New Blog: Six Mats Sixmats is a personal blog mainly showing photos from Northern Japan. URL: http://sixmats.blogspot.com/ Category:  Japan Photo Blogs Start Date: February 2010 Location: Sendai, Japan About the author of this Japan blog “I’m an American who has been living here for more than 8 years. Has it really been that […]

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Old Photos of Japan Blog

Old Photos of Japan – Vintage Photos


Old Photos of Japan shows photos of Japan between the 1860s and 1930s. In 1854, Japan opened its doors to the outside world for the first time in more than 200 years. It set in motion a truly astounding transformation. As fate would have it, photography had just been invented. As the old country vanished […]

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