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Masatomo Inoue

The Zuibyou procession which goes across Senba bridge

Kumamoto-shi, Japan

3:12pm JST,20 September 2004

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© 2004 Masatomo Inoue, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto Pre. in Japan Senba Bridge which is not carried out is the Temari song most famous for Japan. "Antagata dokosa" It is said that it is the birthplace. Since the harbor was around here in ancient times, it is called in the name of Senba. Tsuboi rever I which Senba bridge which is not carried out requires is used also for defense of Kumamoto Castle in ancient times -- having -- the northern part of Kumamoto-shi to a center -- a passage -- the Ariake Ocean.
The festival which congratulates Kiyomasa Kato who built this Kumamoto Castle on distinguished services is called Zuibyou procession, and will be crowded with a line crack and many tourists to the festival of autumn of Kumamoto-shi in September every year. The shot which is going across Senba bridge which a Zuibyou procession now is this QuickTime VR.

Location

Asia / Japan

Lat: 36° 0' 0" N
Long: 138° 0' 0" E

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Taken with a Nikon D100 digital camera, Tokina AT-X PRO 17mm lens, f.8 at 1/1000 second. Mounted on a Manfrotto OTVR302. Stitched with hugin panorama tools, GIMP, & CubicConverter
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