東庁

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Morning sun dyes Fuji by Shinichiro Saka
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山中湖 平野

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2016 Fuji and autumn leaves by Shinichiro Saka
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河口湖畔 大石

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Asakusa in Japan Tokyo 日本東京淺草的小巷弄與晴空塔 I IMG_5493-12 by 銘俊
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Asakusa (浅草) is a district in Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, famous for the Sensō-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. There are several other temples in Asakusa, as well as various festivals. 浅草(あさくさ)は、東京都台東区の町名。または、旧東京市浅草区の範囲を指す地域名である。 淺草(日語:浅草/あさくさ Asakusa),本身既是東京都台東區的一個地名,也是以淺草寺為中心的周邊繁華街區的總稱。在近年東京都內實行區份合併以前,淺草本來是東京都內的一個區的名稱。

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Tokyo Night View by Ballet Lausanne
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Hamamatsucho Tokyo

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祈願 in 御穂神社(みほじんじゃ) in Japan Shizuoka 日本.靜岡 DSC_3692 by 銘俊
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御穂神社(みほじんじゃ)は、静岡県静岡市清水区三保にある神社。式内社、駿河国三宮で、旧社格は県社。 三保の松原の「羽衣の松」に関係する神社として知られる。「みほ」の字は、「御穂」のほか「御廬」「三穂」「三保」にも作る[1]。 神社境内と参道(神の道)は世界文化遺産「富士山-信仰の対象と芸術の源泉」の構成資産の1つ「三保の松原」の範囲に含まれている

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三軒家路地 by m-louis .®
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Jul 2, 2016 at 11:55, Osaka 大正区

tbh i don’t understand the whole “ø is a letter in this-and-this language you can’t use it just like that” logic at all?? it’s not like a slashed circle is sth uncommon that only belongs to certain orthographic traditions.. like there’s the slashed 0, ∅, ⌀, 🚫 ……

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night road 夜晚的靜岡清水區車站前 in Japan Shizuoka 日本. DSC_4332-2 by 銘俊

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三軒家 by m-louis .®
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Jul 2, 2016 at 11:53, Osaka 大正区

talysalankil replied to your post “today i saw a sign for a street called ‘hørløck’s street’ and i feel…”

random question: why do you hate the ø sound so much? like we have that sound in french (though we write it eu) and it’s not the prettiest sound but it’s not that horrible

i don’t hate it exactly… i’m a bit judgemental towards the letters æ and ø because they are prominent in my dialect and i have some internalized trønderphobia going on.

in THIS case however, it’s mostly that it looks like a horrible attempt at an ~*aesthetic spelling*~ of the name harlock, which is a character in thrilling intent. i’m trying not to be so judgemental of ~*aesthetic spellings*~ but good lord it really grates my nerves