TF Top 20……Photos For 2020 (End Of Year Filler Post!)

This lame and lazy half-assed compilation post idea was ushered in at the end of 2018 with an eye on permanently replacing the ‘TF Top 10……Filming Location Trips For (year)’ series which has long been running out of steam and will surely need replacing in a year or two if I am unable to go on an overseas trip! 2020 has been a lean year in terms of travel so a fair number of these photos were taken much closer to home than was the case in 2018 and 2019 . They say a picture paints a thousand words so rather than write a load of words about these photos, I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves.

1. Tove Jansson Akebono Children’s Forest Park, Saitama Prefecture. More details here

2. Yokoshi Tomonokai Religious Association, Ibaraki Prefecture. More details here

3. Tsukuba Expo Center, Ibaraki Prefecture. More details here

4. Iwabuchi Watergate, Tokyo. More details here

5. KIK Building, Saitama Prefecture More details here

6. Mōka Station, Tochigi Prefecture. More details here

7. Osaki-jinja Shrine, Tochigi Prefecture. More details here

8. Niimi Western Tableware Shop, Tokyo. More details here

9. Hie Shrine, Tokyo. More details here

10. RHK Hall, Chiba Prefecture. More details here

11. Oyaguchi Water Tank, Tokyo. More details here

12. Kaiserslautern Park, Tokyo. More details here

13. Panda Toilet Block, Saitama Prefecture. More details here

14. Robot Park, Tokyo. More details here

15. Komazawa Olympic Park Stadium, Tokyo. More details here

16. Yabuzuka Scarecrow, Gunma Prefecture. More details here

17. Ota Yabuzuka Stone Quarry, Gunma Prefecture. More details here

18. Doai Station, Gunma Prefecture. More details here

19. Kyu Komatsugawa Kōmon, Tokyo. More details here

20. Iguana Crane, Tokyo. More details here

Click here to read ‘TF Top 19……Photos For 2019 (End Of Year Filler Post!)’

Click here to read ‘TF Top 18……Photos For 2018 (End Of Year Filler Post!)’

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