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"Himeji Castle" is the world's heritage.The castle is built in for more than 600 years, there are also original parts.The site is very large. And beautiful.Barrier and traps to prevent the attack from the enemy to the castle there is a lot."Himeji Ca...
by NAMA WASAVI on Sep 3, 2016

Hyogo,Japan 005

by NAMA WASAVI on Sep 1, 2016

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There is a traditional temple to the top of this mountain.Motion picture of "The Last Samurai" was performed at this temple.I climbed the top by ropeway.It was very rich in the holy atmosphere there. I like this place."Mt.Shosha Engyou-ji / temple"H...
by NAMA WASAVI on Aug 28, 2016

Hyogo,Japan 003

Do you know "Hideyoshi Toyotomi", the general?There is also good rumor. There is also bad rumor.He was a farmer of low birth, but he became a Japanese top leader.His bronze statue is at this place because he frequently visited in this hot spring.Arim...
by NAMA WASAVI on Aug 28, 2016

Hyogo,Japan 001

I've updated the blog for the first time in a long time!Olympic, it was cheers for good work!Now, Japan is very hot!I am likely will melt in the heat ......Arima, Hyogo ( 有馬温泉 )Arima, Hyogo ( 有馬温泉 )Arima, Hyogo ( 有馬温泉 )"Arima...
by NAMA WASAVI on Aug 23, 2016

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by NAMA WASAVI on Aug 23, 2016

The Lost Kokeshi Mystery

Twice I have traveled to the Tohoku region of Japan and it is definitely a favorite of mine. While in the north, I began to gather kokeshi and formed a small collection of the folk art.On a recent trip to Shimane Prefecture and beyond I was accompan...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 15, 2016

美しい坂越湾に抱かれた港町,坂越 / Sakoshi, a beautiful port town has a long history.

Sakoshi flourished as a natural suitable port and as a maritime trade hub in the Seto inland Sea from ancient times. In the 17th Century, Dutch ships entered Sakoshi port several times. The main street with residences with character still remain...

「室津千軒」,も今は昔,のどかな港町室津 / Murotsu, flourished as an important port town of the Seto Inland Sea in the Age of Sail.

Murotsu Port was one of the five Seppan-gohaku ports(All of them were located from Settsu Province to Harima Province) opened by the Buddhist priest Gyoki in the Tempyo Era (729-749). It flourished very much as an important port of the Seto Inland Se...

Kinosaki Onsen

Kinosaki Onsen (城崎温泉) is a popular hot spring town in Kansai. The town is full of ryokans (Japanese style lodge) and hotels that have their own hot spring baths, plus there are 7 public baths around town to enjoy (600-800 yen). Kouno-yu is th...
by Cheapo Japan on Dec 12, 2015

Kinosaki Onsen

Kinosaki Onsen (城崎温泉) is a popular hot spring town in Kansai. The town is full of ryokans...
by Cheapo Japan on Dec 12, 2015

The Shore At Ako Hyogo

赤穂城Ako Castle in Hyogo Prefecture is associated with the Forty-Seven Ronin, who avenged the death of their lord, Naganori Asano, the daimyo of Ako, in the year 1702. After killing Yoshinaka Kira, the ronin themselves were ordered to commit sui...
by Japan Visitor on Nov 23, 2014

Bizarre video of sobbing Japanese politician goes viral

It seems as if its been a very bad day at the office for this Japanese politician as video of him sobbing and pounding his fists at a press conference goes viral...
by Eastasianews on Jul 3, 2014

城崎にて。/ Kinosaki, nostalgic hot spring resorts

Kinosaki is famous as a resort area, with onsen (Japanese hot springs). In 1913, the Japanese writer Shiga Nao […]Continue Reading…(続きを読む) «城崎にて。/ Kinosaki, nostalgic hot spring resorts»...

皿そば屋がひしめく小京都,出石 / Izushi, called the ‘Little Kyoto of Tajima Province ‘

Originally a business center for the Tajima region of Japan, thanks to the river port, Izushi is now a small a […]Continue Reading…(続きを読む) «皿そば屋がひしめく小京都,出石 / Izushi, called the 'Little Kyoto of T...

Himeji Castle, Japan.

Himeji Castle is a hilltop Japanese castle complex located in Himeji, in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The castle is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture, comprising a network of 83 buildings with advanced...
by Simple.Interesting on Oct 14, 2013

Kobe City Museum

Kobe City Museum is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel GuideKobe City Museum is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel Guide...
by Hello Japan on Jul 14, 2013

Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution

Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel GuideDisaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel Guide...
by Hello Japan on Jul 14, 2013

Suma Aqualife Park

Suma Aqualife Park is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel GuideSuma Aqualife Park is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel Guide...
by Hello Japan on Mar 27, 2013

Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge / Maiko Marine Promenade

Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge / Maiko Marine Promenade is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel GuideAkashi-Kaikyo Bridge / Maiko Marine Promenade is a post from: Hello Japan - Japan Travel Guide...
by Hello Japan on Mar 27, 2013


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