Introducing tourist spots and culture

Month: November 2022

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Kanda Shrine (Kanda Myoujin)

Kanda Shrine (Kanda Myojin), located in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo is a historic shrine founded in 730 and is honored as the head shrine of Edo (the old name for Tokyo). Although better known in Japan as Kanda Myojin, the official

Tsutenkaku Tower

Tsutenkaku Tower, located in Shinsekai (The word means New World) area, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, is widely known as the symbol of Osaka. From the observatory of Tsutenkaku Tower, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka. Sponsor link About

Minowa Arable Land

Located in Aiko District, Kanagawa Prefecture, the Minowa Arable Land is a scenic spot where arable land can be viewed from a steep hill. Access by public transportation is limited to buses, but those who have enough stamina can also

Kyoto Tower

Kyoto Tower, located in Kyoto City, is known for its observation deck, the highest tower in the city at 131 meters above ground level, from which visitors can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Kyoto’s tourist spots and the city

Mount Wakakusa

Mount Wakakusa, located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture, is a small grass-covered mountain 342 meters above sea level in the eastern part of Nara Park. Mount Wakakusa is also called Mikasa (meaning “three hats” in Japanese) because it looks like

Miyagase Dam

Miyagase Dam, located in Aiko District, Kanagawa Prefecture, is the largest gravity concrete dam in Japan and is known for its spectacular sightseeing water release. Sponsor link About Miyagase Dam Miyagase Dam is located on the Nakatsu River, a tributary

Kifune Shrine

Kifune Shrine, located in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is the head shrine of about 500 Kifune shrines throughout Japan, with its impressive stone steps and rows of red lanterns. Sponsor link About Kibune Shrine Main shrine of Kifune Shrine

Meiji Jingu (Meiji Shrine)

Meiji Jingu is a shrine in Shibuya City, Tokyo, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Dowager Shoken. The shrine usually attracts the largest number of visitors in Japan for Hatsumode (the first visit to a shrine or temple at the

Osanbashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal

Located in the Minatomirai area of Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Osanbashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal is one of the largest passenger ship terminals in Japan, where Japanese luxury cruise ships and cruise ships from around the world call at port.


Arashiyama, located in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a famous tourist destination known for its Togetsukyo Bridge over the Katsura River and its bamboo groves. Arashiyama offers a variety of seasonal scenes: cherry blossoms in spring, fresh greenery in