Monday, November 8, 2010

Odaiba Statue of Liberty

Odaiba Statue of Liberty
Back in April 1998, to celebrate and strengthen the France - Japan relationship, the original French Statue of Liberty was briefly put in Japan for one year. Due to its popularity, the Japanese decided to make the replica of French Statue of Liberty. The statue was completed in 22 December 2000.

Odaiba Statue of Liberty
The Japanese Statue of Liberty is located in front of the Aqua City at Odaiba. Take the Yurikamome line and get off at Daiba station.

Odaiba Statue of Liberty
Some trivia for readers. The words "IV. JUILLET 1776" and "XIV. JUILLET 1789" are written in the tablet. "IV. JUILLET 1776" refers to 4 July 1776: the US Declaration of Independence. "XIV. JUILLET 1789" refers to 14 July 1789: Paris's Storming of Bastille.

Odaiba Statue of Liberty

Odaiba Statue of Liberty

And here's the Odaiba Statue of Liberty taken using love shaped bokeh kit. ^^


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