PhotoFAQ Index

Index of FAQ (frequently-asked questions) pages: PhotoGuide Japan FAQ FAQ about this Web site. Japan Photos FAQ FAQ about our online photo collection/gallery/albums at PHOTOGUIDE.JP/pix/. PhotoWho’sWho FAQ FAQ for famous Japanese photographers and their biographies at PhotoWho’sWho. PhotoVendors FAQ FAQ about camera stores in Japan, stock photography agencies, buying vintage photos, renting camera equipment in Japan, and photo schools. PhotoRepairs FAQ FAQ about camera repair centers for major camera manufacturers in Japan as listed in PhotoRepairs. PhotoSpaces FAQ FAQ about Japan’s museums, galleries, photo salons, and other exhibition spaces listed in PhotoSpaces. PhotoBookstores FAQ FAQ about major Japanese bookstores stocking a good selection

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PhotoSpaces FAQ

What is PhotoSpaces (under construction)? Listings of Japan’s museums, galleries, photo salons, and other exhibition spaces (such as department stores) which hold photography or camera exhibitions regularly or occasionally. For the Tokyo area, Tokyo Art Beat provides an excellent list of photo exhibition museums, galleries, and other spaces. What types of photo exhibition spaces are there in Japan? Basically, we can categorize exhibition spaces as follows: Photo galleries (Free or rental) Art galleries Museums (public and private) Almost all photo and art galleries have free admission, while museums usually charge admission. Where’s the exhibition schedule of the photo galleries and museums?

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Japan Photos FAQ

by Philbert Ono What’s Japan Photos at PHOTOGUIDE.JP/pix ? It’s an ever-growing collection of tens of thousands of online photos and videos of Japan, organized mainly according to prefecture and city/town/village. It is to help promote travel to Japan and pique your interest in the places, things, events, and people the photos show. Be great if the pictures help you better understand Japan and see that it is much more than just Mt. Fuji, geisha, and cherry blossoms. How are the photos organized? Basically, there are top-tier categories such as the prefecture (all 47 prefectures of Japan), then secondary categories

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PhotoVendors FAQ

This FAQ covers camera stores in Japan, stock photography agencies, buying vintage photos, renting camera equipment in Japan, and photo schools. Updated: Feb. 1, 2016 What is PhotoVendors? It is a list of major camera stores in Japan and a list of used camera shops in Tokyo. Which camera stores do you recommend in Japan and where should I buy camera equipment? Yodobashi Camera is the biggest camera shop (probably the biggest in the world). Their megastores in Tokyo (Shinjuku, Akihabara, Kichijoji, etc.) have almost everything. They have stores in other major cities like Osaka, Fukuoka, and Sapporo. Yodobashi originally

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