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Color of Kamakura Photo Clock
iOS Universal Lifestyle
We are presenting most attractive 100 scenes of Kamakura. An old temple filled with a lot of flowers, like plum, cherry, flowering crabapple or hydrangea. An elegant festival held in Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu shrine. The renowned Great Buddha seating in outdoor, and many other images of Buddha. Unique sceneries only you can see in this old capital city beside the sea.
Once you open the pages, you can’t stop yourself from longing to go to Kamakura.
-You can switch on/off the clock.
-You can move the clock anywhere in the flame, touching the panel with your finger.
-You can choose letter size in the clock from 2.
-This program will select the date display style, either YY/MM/DD/Day(of the Week) or Day/DD/MM/YY, automatically according to your system environment, language and format.
-You can set the alarm.
-Slide show will start at regular intervals in clock display.
-You can adjust the interval of the slide show.
-Background music function is already equipped.
-You can switch on/off the background music.
-You can select the music from 3.
-You can search favorite picture from thumbnail.
-You can view the photo description statement also help tourism Kamakura on the display photo. (depending on the configuration "language", in Japanese and English will be switched automatically)
Photographed by Hiroshi Harada
Born in Tokyo 1948. Graduated from Waseda University with Law major.
He continued his photographer’s job mainly focusing on the olden capitals and its historical designs of towns. The history and culture of Kamakura, photographing of Nature has been his life work. He organized “kamakura Scenary Photography Class” and devoted to the education of the young people. Also he tried to enlighten the Japanese traditional culture by organizing “Club Wa”. Among his works of good number, there are “Kamakura” and “Kamakura II” and the like.
He assumed his membership at Nippon Photographers Association”, “Japan Photo Association”, “Kamakura-city Sightseeing Association, Director”, Living in Kamakura.
Produced by Toshikazu Hibino
Designed by Yukio Okazaki
Directed by slowtime design Inc., a company providing “Mattari” or slow life to the world