Now we can see Mt Fujiyama in its symmetrical fullness. This mountain is considered to be sacred by the Japanese. 1964
Daddy Emil holding baby David in his car seat, somewheres south of Tokyo. 1964
Entrance gate to the popular Asaska Shrine in Tokyo. Ron, Mom, Emile and David wrapped up in the stroller. Probably December 1964.
In the Asaska Shrine grounds looking back from the entrance gate in the distance. Can you spot our family? Autumn 1965.
Emile and Ronald looking at the Shrine in the Temple where the Japanese step up to pray to their gods. 1965
A nice Autumnal picturesque view of the temple grounds. 1965.
A great view of the main building at the Asaska temple, Japan. Can you spot the Dell'Aquila contingent in this photo? Note to the complete absence of other foreigners? 1964
All the visitors making sure they are immersed in the sweet smell of the burning incense as it will cure both physical and mental disorders. Also help students pass their school grades! 1964
Another distant temple in the background, albeit partially obscured by the holy smoke. Tokyo 1964
Poppa Emil and Ronald at the Asakusa temple, Tokyo. 1964
Ron, Emile and Martha in one of the popular sheltered shopping streets in Tokyo. 1964.
Ron, Baby David, Emile and Tommy. Boys dressed up in Kimonos, demonstrating their quick master of handling chopsticks, in the one tatami room of our Harajuku apt. 1964