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National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka

An exciting space where you can know the wonders of the world National Museum of Ethnology is the largest ethnological museum in the world, with the theme of cultural anthropology...

Toshodaiji Temple, Nara

Designated as National Treasure, Important Cultural Property Toshodaiji Temple located in Nishi-no-Kyo area of ​​Midwest Nara City is a temple representing Nara with Todaiji Temple, Kofukuji Temple, Yakushiji Temple and...

Lake Toya (Toyako), Hokkaido

The lake changes expression every moment It’s about 1 hour 30 minutes by car from Shin-Chitose Airport, about 2 hours from Sapporo city. Lake Toya which crosses Toyako town and...

Odaiba Area, Tokyo

Facilities in Odaiba continue to evolve everyday The Odaiba Area is characterized by facilities that you can enjoy in any situation, such as date, family, friends etc. It is a...

Takeshita Street, Tokyo

Represent the Japanese “Kawaii” culture “Takeshita Street” is a narrow street that extends from the exit of “Takeshita Street” at Harajuku station on the JR Yamanote Line towards Meiji Dori...

Nunobashi Kanjoe Ceremony, Toyama

It is a traditional healing event that is held every two to three years Nunobashi Kanjoe is a ceremony held for relief of women who wish for Gokuraku Ojo (peaceful...

Gangoji Temple, Nara

It is a treasure house of cultural properties Gangoji Temple is the temple of the Shingon Risshu sect in Nara Park. Hokoji Temple (the current Asukaji Temple), the oldest temple...

Saga Dainenbutsu Kyogen (Noh Farce), Kyoto

The performer puts on Kyogen ‘s face and makes funny movements Among Kyogen, a classical comedy, what is called “Dainenbutsu Kyogen” is a religious drama created for the propagation of...

Zamami Island, Okinawa

The world’s most transparent oceans and wonderful coral reefs About 40 kilometers west of Okinawa Prefecture Naha, about 20 large and small islands are floating. Surrounded by deep blue waters,...