You don’t get to see much of the countryside of Japan but it really is my favorite place to visit. It’s a lot slower paced, restaurants are even more ma and pa and everyone is usually so friendly.
Shot With – Fuji X100T and XT1
These photos were shot in the mountains of Kumamoto Japan. I think the exact area is called Yamato but I’m not sure exactly. The area we were in was the location of the Tsūjun Bridge. An absolutely breathtaking location and a great place to go crazy with my Fuji X100T and XT1 combo.
The Tsūjun Bridge was part of an old aqueduct built in Japan back in 1854. Today they release water from it for about 20 minutes as a show.
I really didn’t know what to expect or how long the water would flow when I came here, so this is on my list of places to come back to. There are a few other really great angles you can shoot it from, combine that with some cherry blossoms or the autumn leaves and it could be a fantastic landscape photo.
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