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Nipponia nippon

Nipponia nippon

I filed this under my Bugs Bunny 'innnnnteresting' board but honestly I do find this fascinating. And there were female ones? ...more research needed, I now want to know.

Real life samurais…

I filed this under my Bugs Bunny 'innnnnteresting' board but honestly I do find this fascinating. And there were female ones? ...more research needed, I now want to know.

Iyashi no Sato is an open air museum that recreates a traditional Japanese village. From here it's possible to imagine what Fuji-san looked like in the Edo-era.

Iyashi no Sato is an open air museum that recreates a traditional Japanese village. From here it's possible to imagine what Fuji-san looked like in the Edo-era.

Lake Chuzenji At Nikko, by Kawase Hasui, 1930 -- see also at: http://www.artelino.com/articles/mount-fuji-hasui.asp

Lake Chuzenji At Nikko, by Kawase Hasui, 1930 -- see also at: http://www.artelino.com/articles/mount-fuji-hasui.asp

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