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You can download the Unmissable Japan 2017 Calendar and print it out yourself, using these two files: cover, inside pages.

If you prefer, you can buy a professionally printed ring-bound copy of the calendar at Lulu by clicking here.

January

Feet in socks and sandals, the bottom of a kimono, and a Camellia flower

New Year Camellia
by Merec0 (CC)

February

Mount Asama, Oiwake, Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan

Asama-yama Volcano
by Kok Leng Yeo (CC)

March

Three very stylish gothic girls in Harajuku (原宿), Tokyo

Harajuku Beauties
by Jacob Ehnmark (CC)

April

Mount Fuji (藤山) and Kawaguchi-ko lake (河口湖), Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

Mount Fuji in Springtime
by Kazuhiko Teramoto (CC)

May

Koi-nobori carp streamers, being flown to celebrate boys’ day

Children’s Day Flags
by Kok Leng Yeo (CC)

June

Ogimachi in Shirakawa village, Takayama-shi, Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Shirakawa Village
by Yasuhiro (CC)

July

Aoi Matsuri, Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan

Aoi Matsuri in Kyoto
by Kok Leng Yeo (CC)

August

Katsura Imperial Villa, Kyoto, Japan

Katsura Imperial Villa
by David Sanz (CC)

September

School children drinking from the Otowa Waterfall at Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto, Japan

Drinking from Otowa Waterfall
by Tim Schapker (CC)

October

A Japanese blue train (sleeper train) is pulled past a harvested field under a cloudy sky

Sleeper Train in Autumn
by Tatsunori Hachino (CC)

November

Hikone Castle, Hikone, Shiga, Japan

Hikone Castle
by Kok Leng Yeo (CC)

December

Two maiko (apprentice geiko/geisha) in Kyoto, Japan

Maiko in Gion
by Joi Ito (CC)

Front Page

Making tea in Japan (tea ceremony)

Making Tea
by Mr Hayata (CC)

The Unmissable Japan 2017 Calendar is printed and distributed worldwide by Lulu, and can be freely reproduced under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 2.0 Generic licence.

I’d like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all the photographers for making these stunning photos available under Creative Commons licences. Clicking on a photograph will show where it was sourced from.

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