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2014 Photo Calendar - Japan's Flowers, Plants & Trees
Daniel & Kazuya's 2014 Photo Calendar - Japan's Flowers, Plants & Trees (Entire Cover)

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© 2013 Daniel H. Wieczorek & Kazuya Numazawa
Publication Date: February 04, 2013
ISBN/EAN13: 1482315203 / 978-1482315202
Page Count: 30; Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 8.5 in. x 8.5 in. (21.6 cm. x 21.6 cm.)
Language: English; Color: Full Color with Bleed
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Note: This Calendar does not show any National Holidays so it is useful worldwide. Inside of the back cover there is a complete table of Moon Phases and Seasons of the year - with all times given in Universal Time.

The photos shown are as follows:
January: Snow Monsters (Ju Hyo in Japanese) at Mt. Zao in Yamagata Prefecture, Japan.
February: Plum Blossoms at Yoshino Baigo, Hinatawada, Ome City, Tokyo, Japan.
March: A 180 year old Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii Bonsai tree at Showa-Kinen Park, Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan.
April: A Viola rossii blossom near Kawaguchi Lake, Japan.
May: Some Lysichiton camtschatcense (Skunk Cabbage) and Mt. Shibutsu at Oze National Park, Japan.
June: Dendrobium moniliforme Orchids in a tall cedar tree, Mt. Takao, Tokyo, Japan.
July: Pogonia japonica Orchids at Oze National Park, Japan.
August: Dicentra peregrina growing in Japan’s Northern Alps Mountain Range.
September: Nelumbo nucifera (Lotus) seedhead at Kinchakuda, Saitama Prefecture.
October: Miscanthus sinensis (Susuki Grass) at Sengokuhara, near Hakone, Japan.
November: Ginkgo biloba – The Famous Ginkgo Tree at Mitake, Ome City, Tokyo, Japan.
December: “Frost Flowers” Extruded from the stems of Keiskea japonica at Mt. Takao, Tokyo, Japan.

HERE is SAMPLE PDF file of this calendar (new window). It is 3.20 MB in size. It includes the front cover, inside cover, introductory pages, 3 calendar pages (January, February and December), the moon phase page, meet the authors page and back cover. I suggest that you right click on the link and select "Save Link As". Then after it's downloaded to your Hard Drive in a place where you can find it again, open it in Adobe Reader - version 9 or later (very important - it most likely will not open in a version earlier than 9).

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