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  1. Kameizumi CEL-24 Junmai Ginsho

    Sake Kameizumi CEL-24 Junmai Ginsho

    The Kameizumi CEL-24 Junmai Ginsho is an unpasteurised namazake. The brewery describes its aroma as pronounced with a fine balance between acidic and sweet flavours reminiscent of white wine and with hints of pineapple and apricots. It is made of Hattan Nishiki rice and CEL-24 yeast, hence its...
  2. Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library in Yusuhara, Kochi Prefecture, designed by Kengo Kuma
  3. Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library in Yusuhara, Kochi Prefecture, designed by Kengo Kuma
  4. Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library in Yusuhara, Kochi Prefecture, designed by Kengo Kuma
  5. Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library

    Kumo-no-Ue Library in Yusuhara, Kochi Prefecture, designed by Kengo Kuma
  6. Chinka-bashi pan

    Chinka-bashi pan

    A Chinka bridge on the Shimanto River in Kochi Prefecture. The bridge is made without railings and square corners so as to resist the damage the high water pressure of a flood can bring. The Chinka-bashi are a big tourist attraction for people from all over Japan.
  7. Mihara-mura, Kochi-ken

    Mihara-mura, Kochi-ken

    Environs of Mihara village. Early fall, 2002
  8. Ogata Shirt Festival

    Ogata Shirt Festival

    Once a year in Ogata, Kochi-ken, a shirt design contest is held for all-comers. On average around 1000 shirts are displayed on Ogata's main beach.
  9. John's Alphabet

    John's Alphabet

    An alphabet by "John" Munjiro, a man picked up by an American whaler while adrift at sea, later to travel the world before returning to Japan, dated 1852. Ashizuri, Kochi Prefecture.
  10. Cherries and Devils

    Cherries and Devils

    A roof ridge cap (kawara) and new cherry blossoms. Kochi Prefecturs
  11. Kochi City

    Kochi City

    8 AM - Saturday, Kochi City
  12. Temple 38, Ashizuri, Kochi

    Temple 38, Ashizuri, Kochi

    Temple 38 (of 88 on the Shikoku pilgrimage route) at Ashizuri Mizaki in Kochi Prefecture.
  13. Sword dancing

    Sword dancing

    Dancing with swords at a village shinto festival. Fall 2002, Kochi.
  14. Dancing Swords

    Dancing Swords

    Swords decorated for a Shinto festival. Fall 2003, Kochi.
  15. Pilgrimage Signpost

    Pilgrimage Signpost

    This trail marker is on the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage route between temples 38 and 39 in Kochi Prefecture. This marker was placed in Meiji 36 (1904)
  16. Kannon Bodhisattvas

    Kannon Bodhisattvas

    Stone bodhisattvas of Kannon, the Buddhist incarnation of mercy, at Temple 38 of the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage trail.
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