A shatter is placed in front of the tobacco container in the convenience
store of Kwik-Way,
Blind River, Ontario, on the Trans-Canada Highway, Route 17$B!!(BPhotos was
taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto in Canada.
Tobacco display and prices in Ontario 2010
This picture was taken at a supermarket in Sandane, Norway.
The legal age to buy tobacco is 18 years in Norway; however, it is said
that the 10% of 15-year olds smoke.
The law of Norway enforces to place all tobacco products should be stored
in a state, that is not visible from the outside.
(L) This picture was taken at a town north of Bergen (R) at the Narvesen
in the city of Bergen.$B!!(B
All photos were taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto in Norway.
Smoking ban in Norway
A tobacco counter of the supermarket in a town south of Coffs harbour,
(L) A tobacco container of a supermarket in Canberra, NSW: A certificate
by Australian Capital Territory is pasted on the door plate.
(R) A cigarette storage at a tobacco shop in Surfers Paradise, Queensland
A cigarette counter in a supermarket in NSW
A storage of cigarettes in the black box: This was photographed in the
Nobody can usually see inside. This photography was taken by a special
Cigarette prices and health warning about smoking. This picture was taken
near New Castle, NSW.
A duty-free tobacco shop in Sydney International Airport: A health warning
is written other than English is in Chinese and Korean.
All photos were taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto in Australia.
Tobacco control in Australia
Tobacco has been struck by being put in a black big box, like as the coffin.
(L) No one can see a cigarette unless a smoker asked to specify the name
of tobacco product to buy.
(R) When a shop clerk opened the top, a series of cigarette can be seen
at the first time.
All photos were taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto in Moscow.
Tobacco control in Russia 2008-2014
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
All photographs were taken by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.