Ginkgo-poem,Hananoki-Izeki,
Fukuoka
 Granite stone
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 Ginkgo, Hananoki-Izeki, Fukuoka
  M. 1000 y. H.28.4m, Trunk 17.6m
  •Ÿ‰ªŒ§¤‰Ô‚̖؉‚Ì1000”N¤—Y
Ginkgo-Chichi, Hananoki-Izeki
•Ÿ‰ªŒ§¤‰Ô‚̖؉‚̃Cƒ`ƒ‡ƒE‚Ì“ûáŽ
     
 Ichoudera(Seikanji-Temple),Shiga-ken
 F.  600 y.
Ž ‰êŒ§¤‹âˆÇŽ›(³ŠÒŽ›) 600”N¤Ž“
 Rainwater Tank of Ichoudera, Shiga
3 Ginkgo leaves crest

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 Iouji-Temple, Hyougo-ken, RAPPA-
Ginkgo, F. 300y. H.20m, U.6m
•ºŒÉŒ§¤ˆã‰¤Ž›¤ƒ‰ƒbƒp‹âˆÇ¤300”N¤Ž“
     
   Jinguuin, Fukuoka-ken
 F.     800 y.  H.40m,  U.6.2m
•Ÿ‰ªŒ§¤_‹{‰@¤800”N¤Ž÷‚40‚¤Ž“
 Joumannji-Temple, Yamaguchi-ken
  ‚e.1000 y.  H.47 m,  U.18m
ŽRŒûŒ§¤í–žŽ›¤1000”N¤Ž÷‚47‚Ž“
 Jouseiji-Temple, Hiroshima,
A-bombed Ginkgo, 150 y.
L“‡¤ò¼Ž›¤”픚ƒCƒ`ƒ‡ƒE¤–ñ150”N
     
Daishouji-Temple, Okayama-ken
2 Ginkgo tries, M&M¤400 y.
‰ªŽRŒ§¤‘吹Ž›¤•sŽ€’¹‹âˆÇ¤400”N¤—Y
 Koshitama-Shrine, Fukuoka-ken
3 Ginkgo
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Koushindou, Hyougo-ken, OHATSUKI
F. 400 y. H.37m, Trunk 5.9m
•ºŒÉŒ§,M\“°,ƒIƒnƒcƒL,400”N
     
 Kumamoto castle, burned Ginkgo
M. 400 y.
ŒF–{é,¼“ì‚Ì–ð‚Å”R‚¦áS‚Á‚½—Y‹âˆÇ
 Shouenji-Temple, Yamaguchi-ken
Ghost Ginkgo, F.1000y, T.7.85m
ŽRŒûŒ§,³‰~Ž›,‚¨‰»‚¯‹âˆÇ,1000”N,Ž“
 Sugimori-Shrine, Takahama, Fukui
2 OHATSUKI, F&F. H.36&39m
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Tanjouji-Temple, Okayama-ken

Hounen Ls Sakasa-Ginkgo F. 860y.
‰ªŽRŒ§,’a¶Ž›,‹t‚³‹âˆÇ,860”N,Ž“

 Tonnoguchi-Watashiba, Fukuoka-ke
2 Ginkgo M&M
•Ÿ‰ªŒ§,“Ú‚ÌŒû“n‚µê,‘oŽqƒCƒ`ƒ‡ƒE—Y
 Toumonin-Temple, Shiga-ken
OHATSUKI, F. 600y.
Ž ‰êŒ§,“Œ–å‰@,ƒIƒnƒcƒL,Ž÷—î600”NŽ“
     
Tatanui-Shrine, Hyougo-ken,M 1000y.
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1000”N¤‚H20‚¤ŽüT 7m
 Tenman-Shrine, Hyougo-kenF 300y.
•ºŒÉŒ§¤“V–ž_ŽÐ¤300”N¤Ž“
 Hakken-Shrine, Toyoake,Aichi-ken
Young Ginkgo
ˆ¤’mŒ§¤–L–¾Žsˆ¢–씪Œ•_ŽÐ¤Žá‹âˆÇ
     
 Chikaramachi, by R41, NagoyaBombed
Ginkgo, F. 200
|300y.
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 Cath.chirch in Chikaramachi, Nagoya
Gate of Ginkgo design
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 Near by Tokai-TV, Nagoya
Bombed Ginkgo,@M
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 Nagoya castle, bombed Ginkgo(r.) F
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 Nagoya castle, bombed Ginkgo, M
–¼ŒÃ‰®é‘O,“ŒŠC”_­‹Ç–kò“à‚É—Y
 Koumyouji-Temple, Narumi, F 400y.
–ŠC,‹ŒŠX“¹˜e,Œõ–¾Ž›,400”N,ˆÀŽYŽç
     
 Amakawanomikoto-Shrine,Shiga-ken
Male, 300years,High 32m,Trunk 5.7m

Ž ‰êŒ§A‰Jì–½_ŽÐAŽ÷—î300”N¤—Y
 Anrakuji-Templ,A-bombed Hiroshima
M. 300y.

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 Stamp of  Atombombed-Ginkgo
Anrakuji-temple
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 Buppouji-temple, Okayama-ken
M. 350y@H.25m@T.4.1m
‰ªŽRŒ§¤•§–@Ž›¤Ž÷—î350”N¤—Y
 Dainichidou-shrine, Hyougo-ken
Pair of m.& f.  300y H.25m T.6.2m
•ºŒÉŒ§¤‘å“ú“°AŽ“—Yˆê‘΁AŽ÷—î300”N
Eihoji-Temple, Gifu-ken M. 650y
Šò•ŒŒ§¤‰i•ÛŽ›¤Ž÷—î650”N¤—Y
     
 Hiroshima City University
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 Stone Water basin, Dainichidou
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 Hananokiizeki,Fukuoka, M. 1000y
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