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Japan Through Photographs: From Nagoya to Kobe By Anne Reynolds
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This book exhibits hundreds of images from a trip-of-a-lifetime primarily in Japan's Kansai region on it's main island of Honshu. This journey starts in Nagoya and ending in Kobe, including Osaka and... More > its annual sumo tournament, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Inuyama and Himeji. Slightly off the beaten track is Amanohashidate on the northern coastline and one of Japan’s Top Three Views. From the chaos of Osaka's train station, to the serenity of Kyoto's temples and the beauty of Nara's Parks and Forests, everything from architecture, scenery, and tourist sites to food, people and shopping is displayed through hundreds of gorgeous photographs, captured on a basic point-and-shoot digital camera, just as you'd see them if you were walking around yourself - absolutely no editing, filters, special lenses. All photographs may be reproduced for any purposes, provided appropriate source referencing.< Less
Conferenza internazionale sulla Biodiversità, Nagoya 2010 By Classi. VA, VB, IIIE Scuola primaria L.Sinigaglia
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Conferenza internazionale di Nagoya 2010. Due alunni della scuola primaria "Leone Sinigaglia" di Torino hanno partecipato alla Conferenza Internazionale di Nagoya sulla... More > "BIODIVERSITA'"con il patrocinio del Comune di Torino'in quanto le due città sono gemellate.< Less
Conferenza internazionale sulla Biodiversità, Nagoya 2010 By Classi: VA, VB, IIIE. Scuola primaria L.Sinigaglia
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Conferenza internazionale di Nagoya 2010.Due alunni della scuola Sinigaglia hanno partecipato,sezione ragazzi, alla conferenza internazionale di Nagoya. Questo ha permesso di affrontare e... More > approfondire il tema della "Biodiversità".< Less
Conferenza internazionale sulla Biodiversità, Nagoya 2010 By Classi: VA, VB, IIIE. Scuola primaria L.Sinigaglia
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Conferenza internazionale di Nagoya 2010.Due alunni della scuola Sinigaglia hanno partecipato,sezione ragazzi, alla conferenza internazionale di Nagoya. Questo ha permesso di affrontare e... More > approfondire il tema della "Biodiversità".< Less
Utopia Guide to Japan (2nd Edition): the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 27 Cities Including Tokyo, Kyoto, and Nagoya By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded this 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Japan. Explore 27 cities including Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya. Listings include... More > organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike, along with maps and Japanese addresses. The Utopia Guide to Japan offers the latest look at Japan's enduring gay and lesbian scene.< Less
Utopia Guide to Japan (2nd Edition): the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 27 Cities Including Tokyo, Kyoto, and Nagoya By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded this 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Japan. Explore 27 cities including Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya. Listings include... More > organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike, along with maps and Japanese addresses. The Utopia Guide to Japan offers the latest look at Japan's enduring gay and lesbian scene.< Less
We Were Kings By Bud Tyler
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There was a time and a place where the American G.I. (soldier, sailor, airman and Marine) lived a life of luxury, good times and romance. The place was post-World War II Japan where American... More > servicemen enjoyed a lifestyle never known to common soldiers before or since. It was the period from the close of hostilities in August 1945 through the 1950’s. American G.I.s were rich men in an impoverished nation full of young fun-loving ladies. They were kings. The Japanese girls treated the Americans well. And they, in turn, were treated well by their G.I boy friends. This is a love story. It is a tragic story, yet it is sprinkled with humorous anecdotes about the shenanigans of young American servicemen. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and the unique surprise ending will leave you satisfied. If you are a veteran of those fun-filled days in Japan, the author guarantees you will see yourself.< Less
We Were Kings By Bud Tyler
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There was a time and a place where the American G.I. (soldier, sailor, airman and Marine) lived a life of luxury, good times and romance. The place was post-World War II Japan where American... More > servicemen enjoyed a lifestyle never known to common soldiers before or since. It was the period from the close of hostilities in August 1945 through the 1950’s. American G.I.s were rich men in an impoverished nation full of young fun-loving ladies. They were kings. The Japanese girls treated the Americans well. And they, in turn, were treated well by their G.I boy friends. This is a love story. It is a tragic story, yet it is sprinkled with humorous anecdotes about the shenanigans of young American servicemen. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and the unique surprise ending will leave you satisfied. If you are a veteran of those fun-filled days in Japan, the author guarantees you will see yourself.< Less
Japan By Todd Edwards
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Photos taken around Japan (Himeji, Nagoya, Kashima, and Tokyo)
North, East and Far East in 2007 By Helen Baker
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Three visits made in 2007 to Tallinn in Estonia in the January snow, to Bucharest and the Danube Delta in the Spring, and to Nagoya in Japan in the Autumn.