A beautiful door at a traditional Japanese bar
A fruit stand is set up on the sidewalk for people to browse as they shop.
A student feeds deer at Nara.
A display at a candy store.
A group of Japanese school boys show off for the camera.
A complex machine, designed to give you money.
These girls aren't too busy cleaning to cheese it up for the camera.
Although the percentage of Christians in Japan is miniscule, most Japanese still get into the spirit. These cakes are just one way to celebrate.
A display of high-tech coffee makers and juicers.
A book display
A building at Eikan-Do shrine in Kyoto.
A line of bright red torii gates mark the path to a shrine.
A common sight in pre-war Japan, a peddler with a wide variety of goods was a blessing for the busy housewife.
A closer look at a Japanese ATM.
Three boys enjoying their time between classes.
Some people peruse the book selections at the store "And You"
Actor Okochi Denjiro playing Tange Sazen, the one-eyed and one-armed killer, made a tremendous hit on movie-going audiences.
Expressing anti-American sentiment, American flags were painted on sidewalks to be trampled and defiled during WWII.
Mochi (rice cakes) looking very delicious.
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.
A sign in the subway system pointing the way to the JR (Japanese Rail) and the exit.
Subway exit sign.
The main building at the Meiji Shrine on a sunny day.
In Japan, your after-school activity is your family. This chalkboard shows the list of clubs offered at this school.