A day in the life of the Diet. The House of Representatives meets in Japan.
This picture was taken by Prof Edward S. Morse of Harvard, who came to Japan in 1877 at the invitation of Tokyo Imperial University to teach zoology.
A book display
A shopping center known as "And You"
Detail of the tiled roofline at the Meiji Shrine.
A display of childrens books at a bookstore in a Tokyo department store.
The main building at the Meiji Shrine on a sunny day.
A sign in the subway system pointing the way to the JR (Japanese Rail) and the exit.
The Meiji Shring is a controversial shrine for many. It is where all of the war dead are entombed, including those who were executed at the end of WWII as war criminals.
Andrea Ritland and Emily Wiedenhoeft take time out from shopping in Asakusa to pose for a picture with a modern-day geisha.
Andy Bernard, St Olaf student, takes some time out from shopping to get his picture taken with a geisha.
Subway exit sign.