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Edo-Tokyo Museum

The Edo-Tokyo Museum, one of the last stops on August 13, is a striking building filled with fascinating exhibits about the development of Japan. If you've ever visited the Smithsonian Museum of American History, you'd probably recognize the type of exhibits at Edo-Tokyo. Though not as widely visited as the Tokyo National Museum, this one, at least to me, was far less "stodgy."

Japan 1998

Country Life
Small-Town Ogoe
Abukumado Cave
Takine Observatory
Misty River
Torii at Nikko
On the Inside
Kegon No Taki
Edo-Tokyo Museum
Train Station Advertising
Yebisu Garden Place
Can I take a picture with you?
The Masses at Sensoji
Weird Architecture
Advertising Part II
Night in Shinjuku
Imperial Gardens I
Imperial Gardens II
Imperial Gardens III
Imperial Gardens IV
Landmark Tower
Yokohama Architecture
Under Construction
Dusk in Yokohama
Himeji Castle Grounds
Castle Corridor
Repel the Invaders
The High Castle
Bomb Dome
Peace Bell
Bomb Dome, Over the River
Kintai Bridge
Iwakuni Castle
Itsukushima Shrine
Otorii Gate
Mount Azuma
Mount Bandai
Giant Goldfish
Aizu Folklore

The capital of Japan is Tokyo. There are 47 prefectures, which are similar to U.S. states.

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