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post photos from Japan, taken by you or othersprevious thread:>>40497560
>>40780950for trains and webcams use the other general:>>40382037
any idea where thismight be?
>>40781078I think it might be Japan
>>40780950Anyone have shots containing 農業水路?
Japanese telephone booth
Japanese Mona Lisa
Japanese artist's workbench
Japanese graffiti #2
Japanese toys collection
>>40783505Maybe this one?
>>40781078could be mizushima refinery
>>40788201How much does it cost?
>>40788215This gave me a boner.
>>40789169>How much does it cost?own area 56seconds/¥10160km～ 8seconds/¥10VS smart phone 15seconds/¥10
>>40751816I post this and then three fucking days later I come across 千手観音 being mentioned in a random VN. I guess the answer is 'yes'
Post comfortable homes Post town and cities with rivers or free water sources
>>40796150I have plenty of plants, animals and random buildings. Unique house is quite rare
Japanese car #2
Japanese old town street. How the heck those Japanese keep everything clean is beyond my understanding
Japanese playgroundThey don't have enough kids to play here these days
Japanese old buildings
Japanese old house
Japanese western style park
>>40797674That's not a Japanese car.
>>40798701But that Bentley have Takahashi on it
Japanese park fountain
Japanese food stalls
Japanese steel bridge
Japanese camping center
>>40799784Someone might steal your souvenir if you leave it out in the open like that!
>>40799795i thought yuru camp was bullshitting when they showed people camping on the lake shore, it's gotta be so windy and chilly there
>>40800655Try living in a high trust society for once in your life.
If I wanna go and stay in Japan without going into 100k into debit for a college degree to get work visa what other alternative so I have ?
>>40802360>He thinks they don't steal in JapanOH NO OH NO OH NO
>>40802778Not saying that it doesn't happen, but compared that to living in Chicago or Detroit.
>>40802812So you admit that your original point doesn't make any sense? They welcome passive aggressive people like you on >>>/v/.
>>40802851No, his original point makes sense.It isn't that no one will ever steal anything.It's that stealing is so rare that it hardly even registers, so they can trust in putting stuff out that it won't disappear.Same basic principle that allows them to have vending machines basically anywhere unmolested.
>>40802778>Everything is in absolutesThis is a mind of someone who never leaves his basement.