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Lake Biwa Flower Fountain is the greatest pride of Hama Otsu among their attempts of creating their town’s beauty from water, standing as one of the largest fountains across the world.

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Rape blossom scatters 12000 flowers over Daiichi Nagisa park in time of early winter from January to February

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Omi Jingu shrine has a close tie with the definition of time in Japan as the very first water clock was introduced at the shrine by Emperor Tenji

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Hogonji Temple is located on the sacred Chikubu Island in Shiga Prefecture, dedicated to the goddess Benzaiten

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Around the precinct of Kongorinji temple, you can count a incredible number of stone Jizo statues up to 1000 ones

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Standing on Saimyoji temple grounds, there is the Saimyoji Fudanzakura cherry tree of 250 years old blooming throughout spring, autumn, and winter.

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About 500 lanterns will be hung and lit up around the precinct of Shiga-ken Gokoku shrine on the occasion of Mitama festival for the souls of the dead.

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Gathering to listen to chirping of insects is unique in Genkyuen garden

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Visitors are advised to not miss the Hikone Castle Museum lying on the foot of Hikone castle hill with various exhibitions of treasures belonging to the Lords’ family.

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Chikubushima is home land of Hogonji temple and Tsukubusumajinja shrine

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Lake Biwa occupies one sixth of the whole Shiga, covering almost all the prefecture by its limpid blue water on the map of Japan

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In about September, they will hold one of the most gorgeous night of light along Hachimanbori canal, lit up by 2000 lanterns

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Sagawa art museum is something unusual descending into the water area near the Lake Biwa

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Lake Biwa Museum is one of largest lake-based freshwater fish museums in Japan

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The little Ono Jinja Shrine in Shiga Prefecture is quite small but not so quiet cause it welcomes a huge number of tourists from both across Japan and the world

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Taga Taisha is considered as one among the most important and famous shrines in Shiga history

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Hiyoshi Taisha is famous as the leading shrine of more than 3800 Hiyoshi, Hie and Sanno Jinja shrines across Japan

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Ishiyamadera features a stroll garden called Muyuen with a pond reproducing the Lake Biwa, a waterfall and a heaven of plum, cherry blossom, azalea and Japanese iris

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Manyo Botanical garden covers an area of more than 30000 hectares by an impressive collection of about 300 varieties of flora

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Not only flower, Hasedera temple attracts tourists by the blazing light of lanterns lit up in amount of thousands on the occasion of the Kannon 10000 Lights Ceremony in New Year Eve.

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Muroji reveals a variety of elegant and graceful expressions against background of vivid greens in summer or blazing red and yellow foliage in autumn

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The red roof of Tanzan shrine appears in a jumble with layer and layer of red autumn foliage of more than 3000 maple trees around the area

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Located on the western side of Heijo Palace, the Great Western temple Saidaii was built to be a counterpart of the Todaiji known as the Great Eastern Temple of the ancient Nara

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Yagyu iris garden covers an area of about 10000 square meters by about 80000 plants of different 450 species

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Naoya Shiga former residence is still in existence today in Onomichi of Nara, opened for public to enjoy its wooden structure and splendid garden.

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Gangoji temple is the pride of Naramachi district in particular and Nara city in general as one of the most ancient temples in Japan

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Kasugayama Primeval Forest together with Kasuga Taisha Shrine in Nara combine a part of the UNESCO World Heritage known as Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara

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Nara Craft Museum was born to hand down the tradition of craft, create craft artworks and open for public to widen and enhance the knowledge as well as the artistic sense

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Naramachi Mechanical Toy Museum saves the pleasant time playing with mechanical toys for all generation of local residents and visitors

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Naramachi museum is a funny little corner where exhibits are not arranged in any order but they break the rule to create an unexpected jumble

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Yoshikien garden is a secret should discovered and interestingly, can be freely discovered with foreign tourists

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Shinyakushiji together with the great Todaiji also in Nara were two among the biggest temples even across Japan at that time

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Nowadays, Nara people often tell the beautiful story about the ritual to confine illness with sake in a bamboo cup held at Daianji temple every year

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Yakushiji temple in Nara prefecture appears in the seven greatest temples in Nara, also standing as the main temple of the oldest Buddhist sect in Japan Hosso

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Heijo Palace in Nara played an important role in Japanese history as the heart of the lost ancient Japanese capital in 8th century

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Toshodaji temple is proud to appear in the list of 9 constructions of Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara which designated as a World Heritage Site

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Isuien garden has been designated as one of the Famous Scenic Spots of Japan, proud to be a hidden treasure under the shade of properties complex

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Gioji is compared with a secret garden, owning one of the most magnificent and peaceful mossy garden as well as the most splendid scene of autumn red leaves.

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The Nichiren Buddhism temple Jojakkoji has the name of the beautiful heaven in Tendai Buddhism, thanks to its spectacular costume everytime autumn comes

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Okoshi Sanso throws down a challenge to all the imperial properties of Kyoto city, ranking as one among the top sightseeing across the city

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One among tens ancient temples around Kyoto, Daikakuji is the leading temple of Daikakuji Shingon Buddhism

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The tiny temple Jakkoin ranks with Sanzenin as some of the most famous scenic temples of Ohara

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Hiding in beautiful Ohara village, Sanzenin is the main attraction, famous for the guardian deity of children Jizo

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Jingoji temple in autumn is an outstanding example for Japanese art of installation, the way they put religion in the middle of trees and mountains

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Ninnaji temple, the center of the Omuro sect of Shingon Buddhism in Kyoto is famous over hundred others thanks to its massive structure

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The lavish appearance of Shugakuin Imperial Villa makes it the most beautiful among four Imperial Palaces in Kyoto

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The perfect quality of Fushimi sake is almost created by the smooth and mellow underground water of the district

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The Shingon sect Buddhist temple Toji is visible from the distance as you can see it's tall pagoda even from a window of a train pulling into Kyoto city

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Daigoji temple in Kyoto has such a huge precinct covering the whole area of Daigosan mountain as one of the largest temples of the prefecture

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As one of the Five Great Zen temples of Kyoto, Tofukuji is one among must visited spots across Kyoto of those who love religion or else, the quietness

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Shisendo temple is famous for its magnificent garden designed by Jozan himself to enjoy the changing seasonal beauty

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Honenin temple is one of recommended stops along the Philosopher’s path of Kyoto, among outstansing names of Nanzenji, Anrakuji or Ginkakuji

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Hiding the oldest Zen garden in Kyoto, Kenninji is describe as an oasis of peaceful in the edge of the busy Gion district

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Lying just north of Nanzenji, Eikando temple attracts endless flows of tourists, gathering under autumn foliage of maple trees every late November of year

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People often call Chionin temple as the Vantican of Pure land Buddhism because it is the head temple of the Jodo sect of Buddhism

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In such a holy land of religion like the ancient Kyoto, Heian Jingu has a unique meaning to Kyoto history and development

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Shorenin temple used to be known as a part of the leading temple of the Tendai Budhist sect Enryakuji on Hiei mountain

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Philosopher’s Path is just a narrow trail of about 2 kilometers leaving Nanzenji temple to come to the Silver Pavilion Ginkakuji

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Mentioning the Five Greate Zen temples of Kyoto, the head temple of Rinzai Zen, Nanzezji seems to be the most outstanding among the other

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Sanjusangendo is a spectacular temple of Buddhism’s Tendai sect, extremely famous for its collection of 1001 Senju Kannon statues

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Usually when we talk about Tori Gate floating in the sea you may imagine about scenery of Itsukushima Shrine. In this time, we would like to introduce similar scenery with Itsukushima Shrine, that is Shirahige Shrine.

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Kyoto Botanical Garden is considered as a hidden treasure of the city, over time becoming one of the greatest botanical gardens in all over Japan

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Kyoto tower rising up to the height of 131 meters through the heart of city has dominated the horizon, becoming the tallest structure in Kyoto

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Opened inside Umekoji Park in March 2012, Kyoto Aquarium becomes the very first one using completely synthetic seawater for its tanks and pools

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Completed in 1997 in Shimogyo Shichijo district, Kyoto station was designed by the great artist Hiroshi Hara with the popular structure of Japanese stations

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Nijo Jinya was featured a system of defensive equipment then becoming an important cultural property designated in 1950

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Sento Imperial Palace is better recognized as a spectacular landscape rather than a historical site like the main palace

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Located deeply in the secret forest mountain area of Arashiyama, Tenryuji ranks top on the Five Great Zen Temples of Kyoto

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Kyoto Imperial Palace almost keeps its original form of several buildings surrounded by a system of long walls along with some imposing gates and vast pieces of gardens

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Rinkeiji temple is an ancient historical religious site honestly hiding inside the Arima onsen town, small and simple but concealing an amazing beauty

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Kobe Nunobiki Herb Garden is absolutely the hidden paradise ensconced in the mountain top of Rokko approached by the cable car through ropeway

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Zuihoji park is believed to never disappoint anyone no matter how many times they come to the park

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Arima Toy and Automata Museum is a lovely imposing building of 6 stories in opposite of the Kin no Yu public bath house at the center of town

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It is said that all the aroma and beauty of the port city Kobe can be fully enjoyed only in and from Meriken Park

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Along with Kegon fall in Nikko and Nachi fall in Wakayama, Nunobiki is called one of the three large divine waterfalls in Japan

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Sorakuen garden is compared with an oasis of Kobe as the only traditional Japanese garden living in the city

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Akashi Kaikyo is the pride of Japan as the longest suspension bridge in all over the world as well as the greatest engineering construction of the whole country

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Kobe Harborland is truely a pearl lying on the edge of land, shining dazzlingly over a large space of waterfront at night

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Kitano Ijinkan was established in 1867, closely following the event of Kobe port opening for foreign trade in 1868

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Kobe Maritime Museum was built in 1987 as a commemoration construction for the 120th anniversary of the opening of Kobe Port in 1868.

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Nifrel reappears lively the living creatures and nature with different forms of life full of surprises and mysteries like exhibiting a kind of art

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Being the only one in the region of tourism Kansai, Nankinmachi has become not only a top community for Chinese but also a leading gourmet and shopping area in the region.

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Himeji Museum of Art is known for the significant mission of acquiring, exhibiting, investigating and researching artworks, while promoting art and enhancing culture in the region

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Staying out of the bustle and modernization, Zepukuji temple welcomes the visitors to an ancient time of nostalgia

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Kokoen Garden is a typical Edo styled garden in Japan that you have to take time to visit once in a lifetime

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In general, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art is an impressive construction with minimalist interior placed inside large space of high ceiling and imposing spiral staircase.

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Since 1871, about 3000 samples of standard and commemorative stamp have been presented at Arima Stamp Museum

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The Rokkosan Pasture has become a live symbol of friendship between human and animal on the background of nature

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The alpine botanical garden in Mountain Rokko of Kobe city is truly an existent heaven staying right in the middle of real life

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Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Museum was reproduced from the old sake brewhouse to publicthe molopolis process of making sake

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Kobe Earthquake Memorial Museum was born to commemorate more than 6000 souls lost in the worst earthquake in Japan disaster fighting history

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Engyoji is a significant construction of Tandai Zen school as one of the three largest halls, along with Hieizan and Daisen

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Kobe City Museum is the unify of Municipal Archaeological Art Museum and Municipal Namban Art Museum together on the theme of International Culture Exchange

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Rising up to the height of about 108 meters from the ground, Kobe Port Tower looks like a brilliant sea flower flourishing over the sea surface of Kobe port area

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Himeji castle is an immaculate white heron spreading wings while perching in the piece of land Himeji city

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Ikuta shrine located in Sannomiya area has kept the secret about the name of Kobe city for over 1800 years

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Located in the precinct of Nara Park, Nara National Museum is a place of keeping, preserving and developing the most outstanding religion in Japan

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Wakakusa mountain is famous for the buring festival called Wakakusa Yamayaki held on the fourth Saturday of January.

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Leading about 3000 Kasuga shrines across Japan, Kasuga Taisha shrine is one of the most significant religious shrines in Nara Prefecture

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Nara park was opened on February 14th 1880 as the unprecedented historical park in Japan, back to the time then the capital was placed in Heijokyo.

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Horyuji is the oldest Buddhist temple across Japan and extremely famous as the oldest wooden establishment in the world.

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Ryuo Agri Park has the purpose of not only raising the best agricultural products but also promoting the food processing industry from these products in the prefecture.

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Enryakuji temple was built by priest Saicho, one of the most remarkable men in Japanese Buddhism field

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Originally, Miidera was known by the name of Onjo-ji temple as an inner temple of the Tendaijimon Buddhist sect

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Nakazaki-cho is an ancient and vintage district withr rows and rows of cafes, restaurants and vintage shops full of Showa color.

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Tsurumiryokuchi park now has bloomed as a heaven gathering various species of flowers from different 55 countries around the world

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Sakai Hamono Museum in Sakai-Osaka is miniature Sakai as a town of knife with various exhibitions of cutlery

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Nintokuryo Kofun in Osaka is one of three largest tombs all over the world along with Chinese mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and Egyptian pyramid of King Kufu

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Jinaimachi in Tondabayashi city still embraces the soul of the past in the middle of modern and bustling Osaka

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Osaka prefectural government sakishima building offers the 360 degree view over the whole area from the observatory deck on the top like a pyramid in the midair

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It is fresh but surely memorable experience to take the Okawa River Sakura Cruise departing from Hachikenyahama for Osaka Amenity park

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Santa Maria is a charming and courteous friend who will take you around the Osaka Bay to enjoy spectacular scenery.

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Sakuya Konohana Kan becomes one of the largest nature conservatories in Japan, in accordance with the theme Harmonious Co-Existence between People and Greenery.

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Osaka International Peace Center is a museum of promoting peace by keeping, exhibiting and handing down the materials of war mainly Osaka Air Raids to the following generation

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The entrepreneurial museum of challenge and innovation in Osaka is a showcase of more than 100 Osaka’s famous entrepreneurs.

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Osaka city Museum of Fine Art houses about 8500 works of Japanese and Chinese Art to create one of the most grandiose collection of fine art.

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Kamigata Ukiyoe is the unique museum even all over the world displaying paintings and prints of Ukiyoe from Edo period.

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Osaka Museum of Oriental Ceramics holds one of the greatest collection of East Asian ceramics around the world

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There is a ruin of Sen no Rikyu, one of the most famous tea master, at Sakai, Osaka.

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Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum was built in Osaka for research and education of Instant Noodles.

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Namba Park in Osaka will break all inherent definition of a usual shopping center with unique architecture full of green trees and flowers.

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Osaka National Museum of Art (NMAO) is home of contemporary art which appeared after 1945, collecting, exhibiting and studying works from both Japan and foreign countries

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Nakanoshima park has a vast area of nearly 11 hectares housing several important public establishments including Osaka Central Public Hall

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Midosuji is a 4 kilometer-long street in Osaka which is well known as Champs Elysee of the Orient

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Expo Memorial Park was built right on the site of the Japan World Exposition 1970 spreading out over 260 hectares

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The image when the magnificent Hall reflects in the blue water together with verdant trees has become a popular symbol of Osaka.

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Adjacent to the Mint Bureau, you can find the Mint museum with many important materials saving from Japanese history of coins.

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Osaka Castle park covers an area of more than 100 hectares, becoming one of the most beautiful landmark in Osaka as well as the whole country.

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Abenobashi Terminal Building has just risen in Abenosuji in Osaka but immediately breaks all records in Japan, becoming the tallest building in the country

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To tell the story of the Castles across Japan, Hikone in Shiga is the only one that survived after enemy’s attacks, remaining the untouched structure through fire and sword.

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Visit the Ninja village in Koka, Shiga to get an amazing journey back in time to the age of Ninja to discover the life of talented Japanese samurai

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Known as the Great Eastern Temple, Todaiji is one of the most gorgeous architecture of Buddhism in Nara and the whole Japan

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Among Seven Great Temples in Nara, Kofukuji has the closest connection with Nara that nowadays, it recalls the golden age of the former capital of Japan in the hearts of every Japanese

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Located deep in the Rokko Mount with steep ranges of about 500 meters height, Arima is considered as the oldest onsen town in Japan with the age of over 1300 years

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Kobe city museum of Literature is the ideal space for anyone who is interested in literature in general and loves Kobe’s literature in particular.

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Located in the center Shinsekai - The old district in Osaka, Tsutenkaku Tower is widely known as "Naniwa's Eiffel Tower".

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Kibune is the leading shrine of about 500 other Kifune shrines across Japan which has the history which is even longer than Kyoto’s history

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Located high on the base of Kurama Mountain in the far north of Kyoto, Kuramadera is one of a few temples around Japan that remains the spiritual atmosphere.

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Horinji, an esoteric Buddhist temple belonging to Shingon sect is 13th and also the last destination on Kyoto Jusan Butsu pilgrimage trail.

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Togetsukyo bridge is considered as the symbol of Arashiyama that leads visitors to ancient temples as one of the most famous bridges around Japan

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Awashima jinja is considered as the shrine for women and is famous for Hinanagashi festival with enormous collection of dolls inside the precinct

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Standing among pretty reefs of coral, the tower is called Coral Princess of all season who will generously bring you down to his amazing under world.

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Long after Kobo Daishi’s death, Shingon sect decided to built Daishi Kyokai as the administrative center for development of Buddhist pratice.

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Doro Gorge is a 31 kilometer long gorge along the Kitayama river as well as the road connecting the two main towns of Hongu and Shingu on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail

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Kumano Hongu Taisha is probably the most outstanding among three shrines of Kumano Sanzan as the head shrine of over 3,000 Kumano shrines across Japan

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Kumano Hatayama Taisha is a part of the Kumano Sanzan and Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Located in Wakaura area, Wakayama, Kishu Toshogu is a Shinto shrine designated as national important cultural Properties which associated with Tokugawa family

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Kongobuji temple, the name of the entire mountain of Koyasan, is the head temple of Shingon Buddhism which leads about 3,000 temples with 10,000,000 followers and monks

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Located on the west coast of the Kii Peninsula across the bay from Tanabe, Shirahama Onsen is is one of the oldest hot springs in Japan together with Arima Onsen and Dogo Onsen.

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There is a bridge called Haishikui in Wakayama which is not an artificial one but the masterpiece of the cooperation between Creator and Religious belief.

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While many temples in Koyasan still keep their own treasures, Reihokan is considered as "Depository of Cultural Properties" or " Chamber of Religious Arts".

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The third Tokugawa shogun Iemitsu built the Tokugawa Mausoleum on Koyasan in 1643 for his father and grandfather in hopes that they can be close to Kobo Daishi’s mausoleum

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Keep walking towards the South of Honshu island, you will surprisedly meet the vast Pacific Ocean in the lawn of green grass of Shionomisaki Cape in Kushimoto's town center

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Hidden inside the forest of the Katsuragi Mountains, Negorodera is still gorgeous as the 82th Temple of the Shikoku Pilgrimage, the major Shingon Buddhist temple.

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Danjo Garan is a temple complex opened by Kobo Daishi as a place for secret training in Shingon esoteric Buddhism

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Katsuura is famous for not only fishing industry but many unique hot springs holding warm stream born from rock island of the cape.

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Ryujin Onsen is most famous attraction in Ryujin as one of Japanese top three hot springs for enhancing beauty

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Koya Ryujin Skyline is the road to the heaven of beautiful seasonal scenery over 1000 meter ridges of Mount Koya

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Kumano Nachi Taisha is a part of "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range" designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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The mystical picture of Nachi waterfall looming behind the three-storied pagoda has become the symbol of Nachisan in Wakayama.

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Wakayama Marina City is a resort island with the harmony of natural environment and artificial architecture.

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Coming through the largest cemetery in Japan with more than 200,000 monuments including graves, prayer steels and memorials to visit Okunoin temple

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Living in Koyasan Temple Lodgings is a way to experience a Buddhist monk’s life as well as Japanese culture

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Senjojiki rocks, Sandanbeki cliffs and Engetsu Island are unique rock formations that only can be found in Shirahama.

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Used to be the symbol of Wakayama, Wakayama Castle is now famous as viewing spot of cherry blossom and autumn foliage

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This temple is the second destination for pilgrims among 33 others in the Western Japan called Saigoku Kanon Pilgrimage

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Walking through Kumano Kodo-the pilgrimage trails with the age of over 1000 years is a part of purification before worship in Kumano Sanzan.

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Kita no Mandokoro established Kodaiji temple in 1606 in commemoration of not a great politician but her late husband Toyotomi Hideyoshi

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Nishi Honganji temple is the headquarters of the Honganji denomination of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism

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Higashi Honganji is the leading temple of the Shinshū Otani-ha branch of Shin Buddhism

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MoMAK is a national institution for collecting and preserving artworks and related reference materials of the twentieth century in Japan and other parts of the world

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The scene when the gilded temple reflect in the quite water is widely-recognized as the symbol, the image of Kyoto

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Kyoto National Museum is not only the place for collecting and preserving cultural properties but also for further research and projects

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The most special architecture in Fushimi Inari shrine is Sembon-tori created from 10.000 Torri gates

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Daitokuji is the head branch of the Rinzai school of Japanese Zen Buddhism in which visitors can experience Zen culture and architecture.

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Visiting Arashiyama bamboo grove to enjoy the natural concert of bamboo featuring wind in a fairy magic forest.

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Kurama is one of the most easily accessible hot springs from Kyoto where you can have a bath outside with trees and mountains around

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Yasaka Shrine attracts millions tourists by the over 1000-year-old festival Gion Matsuri in every July of a year.

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If you are a fan of Japanese manga, don’t miss one of the most special museums in Japan: Kyoto International Manga Museum

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Built in 603, Koryu-ji Temple is considered as the oldest temple in Kyoto housing many National Treasures.

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The unique architecture makes Kiyomizudera Temple like floating halfway in the Otowa mountain, the Temple from heaven.

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HEP Five is considered as one of the major shopping and entertainment complex in the Osaka urban region with more than 170 stores

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Minoh Park is the first choice if you are standing in some noisy street of Osaka and thinking about having a date with nature- mountains, rivers and trees.

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Located in the center of Shin Umeda, Umeda Sky Building is the most perfect respond for your question: Where can we get the 360-degree view of Osaka?

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The Osaka Science Museum has a collection of different science exhibitions along with the Osaka Planetarium.

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The Nijo Castle or Nijo-jo (in Japanese) was built the first time in 1603 and completed in 1626. It was also the official Kyoto residence of the first Tokugawa Shogun, Ieyasu.

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Ryoanji Temple or usually called with the name as a Temple of a Dragon Peace is a Zen Temple located in the northwest Kyoto was recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1994.

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NanbaYasaka Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Osaka, Japan which Namba's people has considered and worshiped as their guardian.

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Sumiyoshi Taisha is one of the temples which scientists and archaeologists has considered as the oldest in Osaka.

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Ikukunitama Shrine - a Shinto Shrine located just beside Osaka Castle hold a main summer festival in Osaka each year.

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Nagai Botanical Garden with 24.2ha urban area outside Osaka City.

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Shitennoji Temple is the first Buddhist Temple in Japan built by Prince Shoutoku in 593.

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Osaka Museum of Housing and Living is the most special museum with the theme of "living and house" in Osaka and Japan also.

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Visiting Osaka Museum of History, you will get interesting discovery the images of Osaka in both ancient and modern period.

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There are more than 10.000 items of species including a variety of animals, plants, insects, etc in Osaka Museum of Natural History.

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The Osaka Castle - one of the famous symbol of Osaka City, has been attracted many visitors from all over the world.