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360 degree spherical panorama pictures. Click "View Panorama" to open and use your mouse to drag around to change the view of the image.
Kichijōji Harmonica Yokochō, Tokyo

Harmonica Yokochō (side alley) keeps remains of the post-war black markets and still offers bars, eateries, and other kinds of small shops. It is located in front of Kichijōji Station in Kichijōji.

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Kichijōji Harmonica Yokochō, Tokyo View Panorama
Kichijōji Sunroad Shopping Arcade, Tokyo

A weekday noon of Kichijōji Sunroad shopping arcade

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JR Kichijōji Station, Tokyo

JR Kichijōji Station Central (North) Exit

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Nanaibashi Street, Kichijōji, Tokyo

One of the streets that connects Kichijōji and Inokashira Park

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Nakamichi Street, Kichijōji, Tokyo View Panorama
Inokashira Park Art Market, Tokyo

A weekend afternoon at Inokashira Park.

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Inokashira Park, Tokyo

A weekend afternoon at Inokashira Park.

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Nanaibashi Bridge, Inokashira Park, Tokyo View Panorama
Hanami at Inokashira Park 04/10/2011, Tokyo

Cherry blossom vs Radioactivity.

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Cherry Blossom at Inokashira Park 04/12/2011, Tokyo

Cherry blossom a bit past full bloom.

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Cherry Blossom at Inokashira Park 04/12/2011, Tokyo

Cherry blossom a bit past full bloom.

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Benzaiten at Inokashira Park, Tokyo View Panorama

This is a kind of Buddhist temple (not sure what it is). It is on an islet of Inokashira Lake.

Inokashira Park Zoo, Tokyo

A small zoo inside Inokashira Park. The elephant in this panorama is Hanako, the oldest elephant in Japan. She came from Thailand 56 years ago when she was two years old.

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Inokashira Park Zoo, Tokyo

Monkey mountain and kids rides at Inokashira Park Zoo.

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Kitamura Seibo's Peace Statue, Inokashira Park Zoo, Tokyo

This is the original sculpture (9.7m tall) of Nagasaki Peace Statue by Kitamura Seibo. Pictures including this panorama cannot convey its powerfulness and strongness. (*1)

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Kitamura Seibo Museum, Mitaka, Tokyo

The museum is inside Inokashira Park Zoo. This is the only place that houses all Kitamura's works. (*1)

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Kitamura Seibo's Studio, Inokashira Park Zoo, Tokyo

Kitamura Seibo's Studio at Inokashira Park Zoo. (*1)

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Mitaka no Mori, Tokyo

Forested area near Kichijōji.

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Shibuya Pedestrian Scramble, Tokyo View Panorama

This is the most famous pedestrian scramble and one of the busiest places in Japan. It's difficult to capture all the pedestrians in a panorama picture because they finish crossing while the camera is still rotating.

Hachikō Mae, Shibuya, Tokyo View Panorama

The most famous meeting spot in Japan. The bronze dog is "Hachi".

Shibuya 109, Tokyo View Panorama

Shibuya 109 is a big shopping complex for young people and serves as a landmark of Shibuya. It's also the epicenter of the "kogal" subculture.

Shibuya Bunkamura Street, Tokyo View Panorama

The street that connects Shibuya Station and Tokyu Bunkamura. The red and yellow scheme building is Don Kihōte (don quixote), the most famous discount chain store.

Spain Zaka, Shibuya, Tokyo View Panorama

Spain Zaka (lit. slope) is a short slope in Udagawa-cho, Shibuya. Butiques and eateries are along it. The buliding with a metalic curtain on it is a movie theater, Cinema Rise.

Center Gai, Shibuya, Tokyo View Panorama

Center Gai is narrower back streets right in front of Shibuya Station. It has a lot of restaurants, clothing shops, and other kinds of shops to offer. A very fun place to have a walk.

Dōgenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo View Panorama

A street stretching from Shibuya Station. Lower Dōgenzaka offers a lot of amuzements including Shibuya 109 but upper Dōgenzaka serves as entrances to monkey business districts.

Dōgenzaka Kōji, Shibuya, Tokyo View Panorama

Connects Dōgenzaka and Bunkamura Street.

Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo View Panorama

Cherry blossom at Chidorigafuchi looking the moat of the imperial palace.

Atsuta Jingu

Atsuta Jingu (shrine) is the second most important shrine next to Ise Jingu. It is established more than 1800 years ago and enshrines one of the three imperial regalia, Kusanagi no Tsurugi. Located in Nagoya, Aichi.

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Atsuta Jingu Ōkusu

1000 years old camphor tree at Atsuta Jingu

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Kumano Nachi Taisha, Wakayama View Panorama

Kumano Nachi Taisha is a Shinto shrine part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range. The newest building was built in 1867 and the others were rebuilt by 1854 after fire in 1581.

Nachizan Seiganto-ji Temple, Wakayama View Panorama

Seiganto-ji temple is a Tendai Buddhist temple founded in the 4th centry. It is located in Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range UNESCO World Heritage. The current temple was rebuilt in 1590 after fire.

Nachi Waterfall, Wakayama View Panorama

One of the most famous waterfalls in Japan (133m drop). It is one of the over sixty waterfalls that are part of Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range UNESCO World Heritage site.

Eihei-ji Temple, Fukui

Eihei-ji is one of the two headquarters of the Sōtō sect of Zen Buddhism. It is located about 10 km (6 mi) east of Fukui in Fukui Prefecture.Wikipedia

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Eihei-ji Temple, Fukui

Mortuary tablets at Eihei-ji Temple

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Sanpou-ji Temple, Tokyo

Sanpou-ji was founded in 1394 by the Chisan sect of Shingon Buddhists (moved to the current place in 1477). It is located in Nerima, Tokyo.

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Kumanonada, Wakayama View Panorama

A body of water that borders the southern coasts of the Kii peninsula. Rias are formed along the coasts facing Kumanonada.

Miko, Fukui

Miko is a remote fisherman's town of Wakasa bay facing the Sea of Japan. It is located in Fukui Prefecture.Google Map

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Nagoya Station

Bullet Train Platform, Tokyo Bound Side

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Oasis 21, Nagoya

Multi-purpose complex in Sakae, Nagoya

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Oasis 21 Spaceship Aqua, Nagoya

Multi-purpose complex in Sakae, Nagoya

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Meijo Park, Nagoya

Wisteria at Meijo park

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Asakusa Nakamise Street, Tokyo

Nakamise street on an early morning of Sanja-matsuri festival 2010. Click on the hotspot in the center to see how the street looked like a few hours later.

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Iriya Asagao-ichi (Morning Glory Market), Tokyo

An early morning of Iriya Morning Glory Market.

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Wings of History Air Museum, San Martin, CA

An aircraft museum in San Martin, CA.Homepage

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Bear Gulch Reservoir, Pinnacles National Monument, CA

Pinnacles National Monument in late August.

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Pinnacles National Monument, CA

Pinnacles National Monument in late August.

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Wildwood Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ

One of the three amusement piers on the 2 mile long boardwalk.

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National Memorial Arch, Valley Forge National Historical Park, PA

The park offers 9 miles hike that you can enjoy many historical monuments, mostly paved though. Wiki

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Joshua Tree Nationl Park, CA

A national park in southern California. The park is named after Joshua tree.

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Joshua Tree Nationl Park, CA

A national park in southern California. The park is named after Joshua tree.

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Kelso Dunes, CA

Sand dunes near Mojave National Preserve. (Cylindrical Panorama)

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*1. You must obtain permission to take pictures inside the museum/studio.