Ginkgo in Japan 2005(September-October)

photo:Kunihiko & Atsuko KATO

Ginkgo-poem,Hananok
i-Izeki,Fukuoka
Granite
stone

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Ginkgo,Hananoki
-Izeki,Fukuoka
M. 1000 y.
H.28.4m, Trunk 17.6m

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‰‚Ì
1000”N¤—Y

Ginkgo-Chichi,
Hananoki-Izeki

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ƒCƒ`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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‚̉J‚Æ‚¢…Žó‚¯

Iouji-Temple, Hyougo
-ken, RAPPA-
Ginkgo,
F. 300y. H.20m, U.6m

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300
”N¤Ž“

Jinguuin, Fukuoka-ken
F. 800 y. 
H.40m, U.6.2m

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¤
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.

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ƒCƒ`ƒ‡ƒE¤–ñ
150”N

Daishouji-Temple,
Okayama-ken
2 Ginkgo
tries, M&M
¤400 y.
‰ªŽRŒ§¤‘吹Ž›¤•s’¹
‹âˆÇ¤
400”N¤—Y

Koshitama-Shrine,
Fukuoka-ken

3 Ginkgo
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—`‹Ê_ŽÐ
,3–{‹âˆÇ

Koushindou,
Hyougo-ken,
OHATSUKI

F. 400 y. H.37m,
Trunk 5.9m

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ƒIƒnƒcƒL
,400”N

Kumamoto castle,
burned Ginkgo
M. 400 y.
ŒF–{é
,¼“ì‚Ì–ð
”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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ƒIƒnƒcƒL
2Š”,Ž“

Tanjouji-Temple,
Okayama-ken

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

Tonnoguchi-Watashiba,
Fukuoka-ken

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‰@,ƒIƒn
ƒcƒL
,Ž÷—î600”NŽ“

Tatanui-Shrine,
Hyougo-ken,
M 1000y.

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ŽÐ¤—Y–Ø‚ÉŽ“Ž}‚ð
Ú–ؤ
1000”N¤
‚
H20‚¤ŽüT 7m

Tenman-Shrine,
Hyougo-ken
F 300y.
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300”N¤Ž“

Hakken-Shrine, Toyoake,Aichi-ken
Young Ginkgo
ˆ¤’mŒ§¤–L–¾Žsˆ¢
”ªŒ•_ŽÐ¤Žá‹âˆÇ

Chikaramachi, by R41,
Nagoya
Bombed
Ginkgo, F. 200
300y.
ˆ¤’mŒ§
¤–¼ŒÃ‰®ŽåÅ’¬
‘“¹41íÐ‹âˆÇ

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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“Œ‚̐íÐ‹âˆÇ

Nagoya castle,
bombed Ginkgo(r.) F

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•ø‚­“í‚Ì“Œ‚ÉŽ“

Nagoya castle,
bombed Ginkgo, M

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“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

Ž ‰êŒ§A‰Jì–½_ŽÐ
AŽ÷—î
300”N¤—Y
Male, 300years,High
32m,Trunk 5.7m

Anrakuji-Templ,A-bombed
Hiroshima

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ƒCƒ`ƒ‡ƒE¤
300”N¤—Y
M. 300y.

Stamp of 
Atombombed-Ginkgo

Anrakuji-temple
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‘å‹âˆÇƒXƒ^ƒ“ƒv

Buppouji-temple, Okayama-ken
‰ªŽRŒ§¤•§–@Ž›
¤Ž÷—î
350”N¤—Y
M. 350y@H.25m
@
T.4.1m

Dainichidou-shrine,
Hyougo-ken

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ˆê‘΁AŽ÷—î
300”N
Pair of m.& f.  300y
H.25m T.6.2m

Eihoji-Temple, Gifu-ken
Šò•ŒŒ§¤‰i•ÛŽ›¤
Ž÷—î
650”N¤—YM. 650y

Hananokiizeki,
Fukuoka
M. 1000y
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‰Ô‚̖؉
Hiroshima City
University
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‘åŠw
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Stone Water basin,
Dainichidou
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