Raymond Viloria Sumida River, Tokyo, Japan

Sumida river was filled with millions of solar-powered LED light balls to show how it looks like years ago when fireflies are still present in the area. (Taken during Tokyo Hotaru Festival

TokyoTower Japan

TokyoTower Japan

いいね!12件、コメント1件 ― São Paulo (Cidade e Estado)さん(@topsaopaulophoto)のInstagramアカウント: 「TOP São Paulo por @vn.nigrofotografia • #TopSaoPauloPhoto Dê uma olhada na galeria em destaque e…」

いいね!12件、コメント1件 ― São Paulo (Cidade e Estado)さん(@topsaopaulophoto)のInstagramアカウント: 「TOP São Paulo por @vn.nigrofotografia • #TopSaoPauloPhoto Dê uma olhada na galeria em destaque e…」

Rain waterfall by Hidenobu Suzuki on 500px

The Nachi Water Fall is 133 meters high, 13 meters wide, and has a water flow of one ton per second. This is actually the highest waterfall in Japan and the object of the worship in the Kumano Nachi Grand Shrine.

The Place of Tokyo (ザ プレイス オブ トウキョウ) チャペル(デイ&ナイトコーディネート♪)画像 2-1

The Place of Tokyo (ザ プレイス オブ トウキョウ) チャペル(デイ&ナイトコーディネート♪)画像 2-1

東京上空---TOKYO satellite view

I have been living mostly in Tokyo for about 12 years. This is how Tokyo city looks at night from a helicopter. currently about 12 million people live in the city.

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