Scenery of the Trip 14

R805a R805b R805c R805d
R805e R805f
R805g R805h R805i R805j

Issue Scenery of the Trip 14
First DayOctober 21, 2011
Value80 yen x 10, sheet of ten
Sheet 10 stamps (2 x 5) Sheet
Designs R805a - Yoyogi National first gymnasium
R805b - Yoyogi Park
R805c,d - Omotesando Illumination
R805e - Omotesando
R805f - Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery
R805g,h - Ginkgo Trees at Meiji Jingu Gaien Park
R805i - Nezu Museum
R805j - "Kakitsubata-zu byobu" by Ogata Korin (Nezu Museum)
Designer Maruyama Satoru (stamp designer)
Printing Offset in 5 colors
Size R805a : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical R805b : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical
R805c : 28.0 x 33.5mm, vertical R805d : 28.0 x 33.5mm, vertical
R805e : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical R805f : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical
R805g : 28.0 x 33.5mm, vertical R805h : 28.0 x 33.5mm, vertical
R805i : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical R805j : 25.0 x 33.5mm, vertical

Japanese Stamp Specialized Catalog (JSCA) & SAKURA Catalog numbers are adopted.

[Note on the Stamps]
This is the fourteenth issue of Scenery of the Trip to introduce the scenery and customs of the representative tourist destinations in Japan. The fourteenth series depict Omotesando areas in Tokyo.

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