Disney Epcot Center Japan Pavillion

The Japan Pavilion is a cultural area within Disneys Epcot Center where Guests of all ages can sense the history and aura of Japan.  Walk through a stunning torii gate and enter a serene world of rock gardens, koi ponds and streams, and a handsome blue-roofed pagoda. Bamboo, Japanese maples, evergreen and monkey puzzle trees complete the landscape while the entrancing Taiko drummers provide an exciting atmosphere to dine and shop.


Copyright: Jeff Fillmore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19120x9560
Taken: 15/04/2011
Uploaded: 04/05/2011
Updated: 10/03/2015


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