Yamanote29

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To celebrate three years of blogging at Media Tinker, today I'm announcing a new project. You are invited to take a peek at this pre-release of this "celebration of the Yamanote Line."

Yamanote29
Yamanote29

You are cordially encouraged to contribute photos, stories, video, or audio relating to the Yamanote line, its stations, rolling stock, people and neighborhoods. (See the Submission Guidelines for details.)

Your feedback on improvements is also welcome. I'll be seeding the site with more video and photos so that there will be a representative entry for each station before the official launch on August 15th.

Hope you enjoy what's there now...

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Everyone has good ideas, the talent is in the execution. Well done! It seems to have a good chance of growing into a real resource and community dialog.

*renews vow to get back to work on Kyoto community site*

As former resident of Ota-ku (1976-1993) I seem to remember a book by Jean Pearce in the early 80s about the 29 Stages of the Yamanote Line. It inspired me to visit many (but not all) of the stations and their surroundings. Think your project is a great idea!

If you have any photos of your Yamanote adventures, please do consider submitting them. The more the merrier! I'd love to have some non-contemporary pictures to show how things looked a few years back.

I realise that I haven't put a copyright statement in the submission guidelines, but of course all submissions remain property of the contributor.

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