More fish for sale.
The front-yard of a middle-school
A closer look at a post-card/stamp machine.
Three boys enjoying their time between classes.
Three types of nigiri sushi: salmon (saamon), tuna (maguro), and mackerel (saba)
A sign in a post office reminds its occupants not to smoke.
Even though Japanese apartments are notoriously small, it's clear that there are some valiant attempts at keeping gardens.
A beautiful door at a traditional Japanese bar
Text: Go-jiyuu ni otori kudasai
A post-card and stamp machine in Hokkaido.
Dried sea weed (nori) is an essential part of a balanced Japanese diet.
A display of high-tech coffee makers and juicers.
Some overly complex refrigerators on display.
High-end rice cookers for sale in a department store.
Two kinds of Pocky: Men's (with dark chocolate) and original.
Brendan Eagan enjoys a dinner of sushi at a "rolling sushi" restaurant (the food comes to you on a conveyer belt) with his host family in Nagasaki.
Example prices at a flower shop .
Beautiful white silk fabric to be used for kimonos.
Andy Bernard and Brendan Eagan take some time out from their hike to pose with a dormant volcano in the background.
The Japanese flag waves proudly from the roof of a shrine in Nagasaki.
Not many shrines are lucky enough to have a backdrop as beautiful as the rolling hills of Nagasaki.
A pricing table for the Hokkaido train system.
A close-up of a tea vending machine.
Symbols for train ticket availability. (i.e. sleeper car, express train etc.)