1. 4. MIYAJIMA

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    from Jay Bowler Added 45 3 0

    In April 2014, I ventured to Japan with my close friends after a year of planning. Armed with maps, cash, rail pass and a small little HDV handycam, I recorded a lot of footage just to remember the journey. Little did I know that nearly one year later, after shifting through the footage and getting all nostalgic, I realised that my often shaky camerawork could be put to some use. In Episode 4, we left Hiroshima and hopped aboard the JR Ferry to Miyajima. We only stayed there for a short while, but what we saw was beautiful. Shrines, peace and deers galore. I miss this place. If only I could return again tomorrow. Music: Feeder - Forget About Tomorrow (Instrumental)

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    • Alone In Japan #3

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      from Lucas Amorim Added 64 2 0

      Travelling alone around Japan. Images from: Kyoto Aquarium Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo (東京) Itsukushima shrine, Miyajima Music: Oshi x Kioshi - Forbidden Fruit

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      • Dancing oysters of Hiroshima market

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        from David Haskell Added 270 0 0

        Oysters from the Seto Sea, complete with sound, light, and miniature representations of the torii gates at Itsukushima Shrine (厳島神社) on Miyajima Island. More info at http://davidhaskell.wordpress.com/2014/12/05/the-dancing-oysters-of-hiroshimas-market/

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        • Itsukushima Shrine Time Lapse

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          from a-sumida Added 18 0 0

          music by NHK CREATIVE LIBRARY

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          • Some places in Japan.

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            from Luca Camellini Added

            A 2 weeks trip from Tokyo to Hiroshima visiting some places in Japan to better understand the culture of people so different from us but incredibly fascinating. We touched Tokyo, Takayama, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Itsukushima. Hope to come back to Japan in future! Filmed by: Luca Camellini, Elena Corradini Edited by: Luca Camellini Filmed with Sony HDR-SR12. Music by: Collapse Under The Empire - "The Last Remainder" See pictures: flickr.com/photos/lucascamel/sets/72157631864135838/

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            • 「完璧やろ」- The perfect vow in Miyajima

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              from C PhotoGraphic Visuals Added 435 3 0

              新郎さんが誓詞を読む練習中、新婦さんから発音を指摘された。 「完璧やろ」 その一言を残して本番を迎えた新郎さん、果たしてうまく言えたのか!? こちらへ http://cphotographic.com/2014/02/11/miyajima-wedding-bugaku-movie/ 13_10_20

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              • In-Utero Survivor: Hiroshima, Japan. 平和のための戦争:広島、日本。

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                from Darrin Lee Added

                ©2013. Darrin Lee www.darrinleejournalism.com In-Utero Survivor: Hiroshima, Japan. 平和のための戦争:広島、日本。 05/16/13-05/19/13 Mito Kosei http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/mitokosei/26522134.html http://blog.livedoor.jp/mitokosei/ mi-to@enjoy.ne.jp My birthday is 1946 January 22nd and my mother four months pregnant with me entering on August 9th, three days after the bombing. There are four classes [of survivors]. I belong to the fourth class. My mother, second. My father was three kilometers from here and my grandfather 600 meters from here so they belong to the first class. All over Japan 200,000 survivors have this certificate, but there are many others who cannot get this because of the strict rules because we don’t have to pay a portion of medical expenses by having this certificate. It means every government is very stingy. They don’t want to spend so much money on the victims like us. All of the visitors ask me how long the dangerous radiation remained on the ground. The information you can get in the museum: only this. Can you believe this? This is not science… Politics. Scientifically, this is half true and half false. There are two kinds of residual radiation. This is expressive induced radiation. Induced radiation fades away. This is half true, but the other most dangerous one and its danger lasts for a very long time is this fall out “death ash”. This is happening in Fukushima and happened in Chernobyl and the Yucatan site. You can see these pictures of young soldiers in the museum. They both developed this very typical active symptom, called “spots of death” because of initial radiation and they died on the same day within one month. [The museum mentions] only diarrhea, no words for cancer nor leukemia and no words for internal exposure. The Japanese government wants to ignore the effects caused by residual radiation and especially internal exposure, that’s why. -30- Thanks: Ami David Sang Hyun Hye Rim Han Jennifer Kalvenas Kaede Kitayama Lorraine Lin Mayu Mito Kosei Sebastien Veldman Vicky Lin Yaya Hsu Ying Zhi Chen Yuki Komori The Memories! Locations: A-Bomb Dome Children’s Peace Monument Hiroshima Castle Itsukushima Miyajima Island Peace Memorial, Museum, Park Music: “Villa Del Refugio” This Will Destroy You www.Myspace.com/thiswilldestroyyou

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                • 厳島神社をロックに Rock wedding on Miyajima

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                  from C PhotoGraphic Visuals Added 693 1 0

                  ロックが好きな二人なのでロックバージョンをつくりました。披露宴の入場の時に上映された。 厳島神社の式は以外とロックに合う?! The couple wanted a rock and roll version of their wedding on miyajima to show at their reception - so we made it! A traditional Japanese wedding put to rock music - matches surprisingly well actually. http://cphotographic.com

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                  • War for Peace: Hiroshima, Japan. 平和のための戦争:広島、日本。

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                    from Darrin Lee Added

                    ©2013. Darrin Lee www.darrinleejournalism.com War for Peace: Hiroshima, Japan. 平和のための戦争:広島、日本。 05/16/13-05/19/13 Global government priority for arms over life, And we wonder why young men shoot down innocent people… Dictators, monarchs, presidents and prime ministers for polygamy and slavery, Illegal gay marriage & high school footballers are on trial for gang rape, No stability, no security and endless debt for any sustainable education, Adult and young students alike self-destruct in drugs & alcohol, Misleading illusions of fulfillment in products & technology, And we wonder why people care more about objects than friends & family… It’s not about money, political parties, race or religion… It’s the savage greedy narcissism we call the human condition, Like the toxin tainted blood pumping in our veins, Like the poisonous air saturating our lungs, Innocence lost, living prisons and hands forever tied from the umbilical cord…. Promote psychopathy, Reward inhumanity, Ostracize the meek, Scapegoat responsibility and the killer’s pen history. Do we even care if we never escape? Must it be forever sealed in our fate? -30- Thanks: Ami David Sang Hyun Hye Rim Han Jennifer Kalvenas Kaede Kitayama Lorraine Lin Mayu Mito Kosei Sebastien Veldman Vicky Lin Yaya Hsu Ying Zhi Chen Yuki Komori The Memories! Locations: A-Bomb Dome Children’s Peace Monument Hiroshima Castle Itsukushima Miyajima Island Peace Memorial, Museum, Park Music: “The Artifact and Living” Michael Andrews www.elginpark.com

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                    • 宮島で散策してから厳島神社で式 miyajima wedding

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                      from C PhotoGraphic Visuals Added 838 0 0

                      A walk amongst the red leaves of miyajima together before a getting married at the Itsukushima Shrine 指輪の「あれ?!」もありましたので最後までみてね。 http://www.cphotographic.com

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