Ciao a tutti

I hope you enjoy my selection of photos. Most of these photos were taken by Alis Agostini. Her blog (in Italian) is http://alisagostini.it

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Peter

This is the photo record of our visit to Kyoto. Many of the photos are without captions.

What can one say about Nara? It is the oldest capital of Japan and as such contains many important temples and shrines. During the season it also contains thousands of tourists. Our selection of photos only tells of our brief visit on a very hot and humid day.

Iga Ueno is a little off the tourist track but was the home of one of the important Ninja schools. There is an intersting Ninja Museum and a beautiful small Japanese castle.

Despite the almost continual rain we enjoyed the boat ride down the Hozugawa

Guzzino is a Moto Guzzi specialist in the country near the town of Toyohashi. The business is owned and run by Keishi Iwase and his wife Yumi.

Niko is a town in the mountains north of Tokyo. Places to visit include many important temples and shrines and the restored villa which was once the summer residence of the Imperial family.

Hatcho no Yu onsen (Okukinu Onsen, Tochigi-ken)<br/> Photos Alis Agostini, July 2010

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