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Student Photo Gallery: Japan

We asked students aboard the Spring 2013 Voyage to submit their favorite pictures from our five days in Japan.  Here is a small sample of the pictures we received.  Which ones resonate with you the most?

Tour guide teaches students a few words of Japanese in Professor Ariana Maki’s Arts of the Buddhist World Field Lab in Kamakura. Photo by Jordan Mancuso, Ithaca College.
The Kiyomizo Temple in Kyoto was “once nominated to be one of the Wonders of the World, but lost.” Photo by Leslie Wright, TCU.
Hassan Khan watches Osaka from the Floating Garden Observatory at the top of the Umeda Sky Building. Photo by Hassan Khan, Old Dominion University.
A girl walks around a market in Tokyo. Photo by Sarah Cady, University of San Diego.
These are cups you must use to clean your hands and mouth before you are allowed to enter the Ise Shrine in Ise. Photo by Betsy Helfand, University of Minnesota.
School boys running in the streets of Tokyo. Photo by Conor Ryan, University of Michigan.
From the ship’s port, Kobe bids farewell with a spectacular sunset outlining the city’s distant cranes. Photo by Alyssa Fishman, Boston University.
Revolving Sushi Restaurant in Shinjuku. Photo by Sarah Fried, University of Pittsburgh.
A busy afternoon at Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo. Photo by Danny Askew, Unreasonable Media.
A tired subway passenger falls asleep on a Semester at Sea student during Professor Merissa Ferrara’s Mass Communication Field Lab in Tokyo. Photo by Rico Andrade¬†
(Left) Nearly 40 miles outside of Kyoto, Japan, University of Arizona student Jessica Johnston and University of Alaska student Jordan Loewe relax and self-reflect in the beautiful scenery of the Kurama Village Natural Sulphur Springs while meditating in the warm water. Photo by Jordan Loewe, University of Alaska. (Right) Mason Kembel, son of Professor George Kembel of Stanford University’s d.school, takes a moment to admire the Bamboo Forest of Kyoto. Photo by Alice Kembel.
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