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on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services0Two station residents, dressed as lady followers, walk in the final gala across the Kintai Bridge and through Kintai park April 29, 2012 as part of the Sankin-kotai, the Daimyo's annual March through Edo. During the age of Feudal Japan, each Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) was required by the Tokugawa Shogunate to reprt at least every other year in the capital city of Edo, now Tokyo. - on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services0Two station residents, dressed as lady followers, walk in the final gala across the Kintai Bridge and through Kintai park April 29, 2012 as part of the Sankin-kotai, the Daimyo's annual March through Edo. During the age of Feudal Japan, each Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) was required by the Tokugawa Shogunate to reprt at least every other year in the capital city of Edo, now Tokyo.

on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services0Volunteer Chad A. Welsh fills his trash bag with pieces of an old foam buoy after searching through piles of driftwood at the seawall north of Penny Lake aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni April 20, 2012. The cleanup is an annual event that takes place every Earth Day. - on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services0Volunteer Chad A. Welsh fills his trash bag with pieces of an old foam buoy after searching through piles of driftwood at the seawall north of Penny Lake aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni April 20, 2012. The cleanup is an annual event that takes place every Earth Day.

Racers take off from the starting line after setting their watches to help pace themselves for the 45th annual Kintai Marathon around Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni April 15, 2012. Racers began clumped together, but the pack quickly thinned as many racers sped past or dropped behind the rest of the pack. The race isn’t about winning for some competitors; some just love the thought of completing the race. The ability for all of these racers to complete the 26-mile race takes training and keeps these runners fit and healthy. - Racers take off from the starting line after setting their watches to help pace themselves for the 45th annual Kintai Marathon around Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni April 15, 2012. Racers began clumped together, but the pack quickly thinned as many racers sped past or dropped behind the rest of the pack. The race isn’t about winning for some competitors; some just love the thought of completing the race. The ability for all of these racers to complete the 26-mile race takes training and keeps these runners fit and healthy.

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