This gallery contains some more images from the first 5 prefectures we visited, from Namahages to Yoko Ono’s Peace tree.
More pictures from Prefectures 6 to 10 including British castles, Shinto Shrines and the odd offering to Buddah.
Prefectures 11 to 15 introduced us to Darumas, art towers and the crazy Akiharbara in Tokyo
We saw the famous Snow monkeys in Nagano and the Science centre in Aichi, here are Prefectures 16 to 20.
From 75 year old divers in Mie, rambunctious deer in Nara to Molten bronze in Osaka, heres the pictures from prefectures 21 to 25.
Prefectures 26 to 30 included big red pumpkins and big red wheels.
From Sumo to stopped watches and Yayoi period huts to Meji restored banks, here’s Prefectures 31 to 35
Prefectures 36 to 40 were jam-packed with nature, from the worlds largest fish in Okinawa to the mysterious tree spirits in Kagoshima.
Our final 7 Prefectures were filled with history in Kyoto, amazing kids in Fukui and Breathtaking coastlines in Shiga. Here’s Prefectures 41 to 47.