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Cool Sites : Photography of Japan

Monday, April 18, 2005 Posted: 04:10 PM JST

After having dwelled in the past for the past week with all those articles about war apologies, we return to the present by having a look at a selection of sites with photographs of Japan:

Japan Photo Library
Our own online stock photo library of photographs of Japan and Japanese culture. (ENG)

JAPANESE STREETS
Our sister site JAPANESE STREETS shows photos of the latest Japanese street fashion. This site was nominated for a Webby Award. (ENG)

Stop Motion Studies - Tokyo
Studies by David Crawford of passengers on Japanese subway trains. Crawford calls them experimental documentaries. Recommended. (ENG JPN)

ASB Creative
A photoblog with abstract images and observations about life in Japan. (ENG)

jpdn.net
Site of Jean-Philippe Dain, a photographer working in Paris and Tokyo. Features image database on Japan. (ENG FRA)

Lee Dobson
Beautiful photos of Japan taken by Osaka based Lee Dobson. (ENG)

Manabu Yamanaka Photography
Takes photos of unusual people and cadavers with religious meanings attached. These images take some courage to see. (ENG JPN)

Metrocity
Photos of lifestyle, street fashion and nightlife in Paris, London, Tokyo, Milan and Casablanca. (ENG)

PhotoGuide Japan
By Philbert Ono. Information on Japan related photographers, galleries and museums, books, organizations, and articles. Highly recommended resource for photography in Japan. (ENG JPN)

Find more sites related to Japan at Japan Links.

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