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Japanese Railway Stations

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I was out in Chiba today to play golf and passed this small railway station servicing a local line. There are many of these old wooden stations around Japan, mostly in the country areas. They look tiny compared with a Shibuya or Shinjuku station, but they have so much more character and charm.

Makuta Station in Chiba
Makuta Station in Chiba

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Do you like the bigger stations in Japan or the small ones?

I came back via the Aqualine and took a photo of these concrete blocks at the Umihotaru rest area.

Umi Hotaru blocks
Umi Hotaru blocks

You can maybe just make out the buildings of Tokyo in the distance. Have you ridden the Aqualine?

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