Japan Preview (in photos)

If you’ve been following along on my Instagram or Facebook page, you know I’ve been running around Asia for the last two weeks.  I haven’t had much time to update my blog, but I’ll be getting back to that soon (once I recover from my jet-lag).  In the meantime, I though I’d share a few pictures from Japan, where we spent two weeks.

I loved it and I am definitely looking forward to heading back.  Until then, I’ll just leave these here…

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Kinka ku-ji (Golden Pavilion) in Kyoto
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Side streets of Kyoto
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Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima
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Hiroshima
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Ena, where we started our walk
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Rice fields along the Nakasendo
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Cobblestone path heading up to Shinchaya
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Rice drying in the morning
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Post town Magome, along the Nakasendo
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Waterwheels along the Nakasendo
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Between Tsumago and Nagiso in the Kiso Valley
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Statues to guide travellers
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Momosuke Bridge in Nagiso
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Early mornings on the Kaida Plateau
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Narai, our last post town along the Nakasendo.
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Forest between Karuizawa and Yokokawa
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Great views from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings
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