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Browsing 527 results for facet Temporal (Time) with value of Japan - Modern 1868 - present.
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    Grocery Store Display: Meats

    A variety of meats.

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    Kids Day KFC Style

    The colonel gets into the spirit on Chldren's Day in Japan by dressing up samurai style.

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    A complex machine, designed to give you money.

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    Yin Yang symbol

    Picture of the yin-yang symbol, which represents the two opposing forces in the universe.

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    School Children's Poster

    Children's drawings adorn this poster.

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    Shopping Carts

    Shopping carts in a grocery store in Hokkaido are actually a basket and cart in one.

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    Sushi: chirashi

    Chirashi sushi is unlike all other kinds of sushi. Even though it consists of rice with fish and vegetables, the preparation and presentation is different. All other types of sushi are somehow pressed together, either by hand, with a rolling mat, or in a mold. All other types are also served in individual pieces, usually meant to be eaten in a single bite. Chirashi on the other hand is never squeezed or pressed; the sushi meshi is scooped into a bowl. The fish and vegetables are spread out on top of the rice. Chirashi means to scatter, and the first time someone outside of Japan sees chirashizushi he or she will likely think it is a rice salad. Chirashi can be served in individual bowls (most common at a restaurant), or in one large bowl to be shared by everyone at the table (more common at home). To eat chirashi, you may either dip the pieces of fish in shoyu and eat as sashimi or put the fish back in the bowl, scooping up some rice to eat it together with the fish. This is an easier way to serve sushi to a group of people, as the cook doesn't have to take the time to make individual pieces for everyone.

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    A little behind the scenes look at the post-office.

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    Post Office Drop Box

    PO Boxes wait for mail in Hokkaido.

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    Post Office: Jihan 3

    A closer look at the post-card/stamp machine.

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    Snowy Day

    A snowy day in Hokkaido can become a great obstacle for vehicles, like this mail delivery truck.

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    Apartment Entrances

    Even though Japanese apartments are notoriously small, it's clear that there are some valiant attempts at keeping gardens.

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    Exit Sign

    An exit sign warns cars not to enter.

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    Meal at ryokan or "guest houses"

    Meals at ryokan (traditional inns, or "guest houses") are elaborate and delicious.

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    Fat pigeons sit near a lake in Kyoto, while a heron sits in the background.

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    Text: Go-jiyuu ni otori kudasai

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    Deer at Nara

    A student feeds deer at Nara.

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    Grocery Store Display: Miso

    Packages of miso

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    Grocery Store Display: Soy Sauce

    Different brands of soy-sauce, packaged in plastic bottles.

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    Rice Cookers

    High-end rice cookers for sale in a department store.

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    Flower Shop

    A flowershop in Hokkaido.

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    Vending machine: beverages

    A vending machine offering hot and cold drinks in a subway station.

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    Subway customer service

    Customer Service, always ready to help.

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    Traditional instrument of the Ainu people of Hokkaido. Sound is made by pulling on strings attached to a thin bamboo board. The mouth is used to add resonance.