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In the hotel (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Dogo Onsen Main Building in the nigiht (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Anothe Angle Dogo Onsen Main Building (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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The Glass Musium (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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The Automaton Clock in the night (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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The Automaton Clock (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Footbath (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Holy Stone (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Dogo Onsen Main Building (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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The Back of Dogo Onsen Main Building (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Yu-jinja Shrine - mean Hot Spring Shrine (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Nakajima-jinja Shrine (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Isaniwa-jinja Shrine (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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Go to Isaniwa-jinja Shrine (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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"Bocchan Ressya" - Restoration Train (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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The Street Corner (Dogo, Ehime, Japan)

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From the Matsuyama Castle Tower (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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The Castle Tower of Matsuyama-Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Display in Matsuyama Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Display in Matsuyama Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Display in Matsuyama Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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The Windows For A Watch And An Attack (Matsuyama Castle, Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Into the Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Matsuyama-joh Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Matsuyama-joh Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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The Wall of Matsuyama-joh Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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The Stone Wall of Matsuyama-joh Castle (Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan)

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Sunrise (Mt.Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan)

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The First Sunrise From Hiwada-san (Saitama, Japan)

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"Hatsuhinode" - First Sunrise (Hiwada-yama, Saitama, Japan)

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First Sunrise - New Year's Day Sunrise (Hiwada-yama, Saitama, Japan)

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Shogatsu is the most important day of the year for most Japanese. People participant in various types of events and activities, and pray for good luck during the upcoming year.

According to the ancient Japanese religion of Shinto, the sun is the most important god in the univers. From this was born the belief that praying to the morning sun on January 1 will bring good fortune and happiness throughout the new year.