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Osaka city by night

Trees of the Umeda Sky Building park illuminated in the foreground with Osaka skyline in the background in the evening.

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Osaka Central Public Hall in Umeda, Osaka city, illuminated at night.

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Night scene of bridge crossing Yodogawa river with reflections on the water and Osaka city skyline with the Umeda Sky Building in the distance. These high rises are part of Umeda which is the central business district in Osaka city.

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Illuminated bridge crossing Yodogawa river with Osaka city skyline in the background.

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Nara Todai-ji Temple by night

Tōdai-ji (東大寺, Tōdai-ji), meaning the Eastern Great Temple, is a Buddhist temple complex located in the city of Nara, Japan. Its Great Buddha Hall (大仏殿 Daibutsuden), reputedly the largest wooden building in the world, houses a colossal bronze statue of the Buddha Vairocana, known in Japanese as the Daibutsu (大仏).

Nara Todai-ji temple inner gate

Illuminated evening view of the inner gate and wall surrounding Todaiji Temple with a pond in the foreground in Nara, Japan. Todaiji Temple can be seen in the background behind the wall.

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Frontal view of the inner gate and wall surrounding Todaiji Temple with reflections in the pond in the foreground in Nara, Japan. Todaiji Temple can be seen in the background behind the wall.

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Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle (姫路城, Himeji-jō) is a flatland-mountain Japanese castle complex located in Himeji in Hyōgo Prefecture and comprising 83 wooden buildings. It is occasionally known as Hakurojō or Shirasagijō (White Heron Castle) because of its brilliant white exterior.

Along with Matsumoto Castle and Kumamoto Castle, it is one of Japan’s “Three Famous Castles”, and is the most visited castle in Japan.

Himeji Castle main tower

Landscape view of the main tower of Himeji Castle on the hillside during the daytime with trees of the castle grounds in the foreground and blue sky with thin white clouds in the background.

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Himeji Castle moat and entrance

Entrance to Himeji Castle grounds surrounded by a moat with main gate and bridge crossing in the foreground and Himeji Castle with clear blue sky in the background.

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Main tower of Himeji Castle on the hillside with bonsai pine trees of the castle gardens in the foreground.

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Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle (大阪城, Ōsaka-jō) is a Japanese castle in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. Osaka Castle is situated on a plot of land roughly one kilometre square. The central castle building is five stories on the outside and eight stories on the inside. The Castle grounds, which cover approximately 60,000 square metres contain 13 structures which have been designated as Important Cultural Assets by the Japanese government, including the Toyokuni Shrine.

Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle

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