Scenery of the Trip

R779a R779b R779c R779d
R779e R779f R779g R779h
R779i R779j

Issue Scenery of the Trip
First DayOctober 1, 2010
Value80yen x 10, sheet of ten
Sheet 10 stamps (2 x 5)@ Sheet
Designs R779a - Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
R779b - Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall
R779c - Awaji Hana-sajiki (1)
R779d - Awaji Hana-sajiki (2)
R779e - Awaji Ningyo Joruri (1)
R779f - Awaji Ningyo Joruri (2)
R779g - Onaruto Bridge (1)
R779h - Onaruto Bridge (2)
R779i - Whirling waves of Naruto
R779j - Esaki Lighthouse
Calligraphic paintings Hanateru (calligraphic painter)
Nakao Toshiyuki, Miyamoto Takahiro (photographer)
Designer Maruyama Satoru (stamp designer)
PrintingOffset in 5 colors
Size a-h : 28.0 x 33.5mm
i-j : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical

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[Note on the Stamps]
This is the tenth issue of "Scenery of the Trip" to introduce the scenery and customs of the representative tourist destinations in Japan. The tenth series depict yet another view of Seto Inland Sea Area.

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