Pictures of the Week (July 14 – July 20)

Tokyo, Japan – Erika Sawajiri appears at the press conference for th Japanese movie “Helter Skelter” by Mika Ninagawa in the Marunouchi Picadilly Theater, July14, 2012. This movie is a fiction story based on a Japanese comic about Japanese star Ririko who undergoes cosmetic surgeries to her body. She deals with her career and personal problems in the film.(Photo by Yumeto Yamazaki/AFLO)

Tokyo, Japan – A couple looks enjoys the view of lanterns during the annual Mitama festival at Yasukuni Shrine, July 14, 2012. There are over 30,000 lanterns beautifully lit to comfort the souls of the dead during the four-day long festival where more than 2.4 million war dead are enshrined. (Photo by Christopher Jue/AFLO)

Tokyo, Japan – A protestor holds up a large anti-nuclear sign board prior to the march on the streets in downtown Tokyo during the massive 170,000 people’s call demanding the abolishment of all nuclear power plants, July 16, 2012. Since the recently resumed operations of the Oi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui Prefecture, has attracted an ever growing number of anti-nuclear demonstrators in a call to stop all forms of nuclear energy. (Photo by Christopher Jue/AFLO)

Tokyo, Japan – Protestors march on the streets during a large anti-nuclear rally in downtown Tokyo, July 16, 2012. Tens of thousands of people, young and old, families and individuals packed Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park for Japan’s biggest anti-nuclear rally since the Fukushima disaster last year in growing protests against government moves to restart nuclear reactors. The assembly, dubbed “100,000 People’s Assembly to say Goodbye to Nuclear Power Plants,” drew a crowd of around 170,000 people, according to organizers. (Photo by Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO)

Yokohama, Japan – Visitors and monks dance around the stage during the Sotokuji Temple Bon Dance Festival, July 17th, 2012. Bon Festival is a Japanese summer festival, which holds during Obon to pray for Japanese ancestors. Traditional dancers usually perform in front of the people, but Sotokuji Temple keeps their traditional and unique style, which the monks dance on the stage. (Photo by Yumeto Yamazaki/AFLO)

Tokyo, Japan – Tropical fish swim leisurely in the open public as curious pedestrians have a closer look at the various fishes. This Sony Aquarium is a temporary set up just at a corner of the Sony Building in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district, July 18, 2012. This huge glass tank with some 500 fish from Okinawa, southern Japan, has long become the areas summer fixture with the oncoming of sweltering summer. (Photo by Natsuki Sakai/AFLO)

Tokyo, Japan – Actress Lily Collins (Snow White) poses for the cameras outside the St. Grace Cathedral during the Premier of “Mirror Mirror” in downtown Tokyo, July 18, 2012. The “Mirror Mirror” film tells the story of an orphaned princess called Snow White (Lilly Collins) and her cruel stepmother the Queen (Julia Roberts) who plans to take over the kingdom. The Queen tries to get rid of Snow White by throwing the forest, but princess is rescued by a band of diminutive highway robbers, and with them she seeks to recover her kingdom. This film will be released from September 14 in Japan. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)