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Meet with a Flying Squirrel
A flash of white in the sky
Beware, flying squirrels crossing. Only two of this road sign exist in the world... and they can both be found here!
Category: Sight seeing
In the Wild Bird Forest in Nagano prefecture lives the Japanese giant flying squirrel. Come and meet up with one...after the sun goes down!

Tono: Legends and Landscapes
Japan’s Eternal Home
The beautiful city of Tono, in a valley surrounded by mountains
Category: Culture, Museums, Historic sites, Sight seeing, Food
The city of Tono in Iwate is the place to go to experience traditional Japanese culture, complete with a wealth of folklore and beautiful landscapes. Visiting Tono is like stepping back into the past.

The E-Beans building can be easily spotted from Sendai Station's West exit
Category: Culture, Anime
Predominantly a manga (Japanese comic book) store, Kikuya has more to offer with DVDs, CDs, merchandise and a wig shop. But the best feature is an impressive display of messages from manga artists, some with drawings, that you'd struggle to find anywhere else.

A Trip to Furusato Mura, Tono
Step back in time into a traditional Japanese village
Furusato Mura in Tono, a traditional Japanese folk village
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Furusato Mura is a traditional Japanese folk village, within the boundaries of which the past is perfectly reconstructed. Wander through Japan as it was in the past, and see various traditional craft and farming activities being performed.

Morioka's Sansa Odori
The world's largest drum and dance parade
Over three thousand parading drummers break a world record in style
Category: Festivals
The Morioka Sansa Odori is held every year August 1st-4th. In addition to being the world's largest taiko drum gathering, it also features thousands of dancers and musicians parading through Chuo-Odori each evening. 

Summer Festival in Honmoku Yokohama
Ouma-nagashi ritual of Honmoku Shrine
The turtle-like figures are brought from the Shrine.  Start of Ouma nagashi ritual
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Festivals, Sight seeing
Yokomama Summer Festival: Honmoku's traditions have been passed down from generation to generation for more than 500 years.  

Eiheiji - Temple of Eternal Peace
Standing silently in deep woods for centuries
Along the walkway leading towards the entrance gate of Eiheiji Temple, the statue of Goddess of Mercy stands silently in a green forest
Category: Museums, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Eiheiji Temple in Fukui prefecture is one of two head temples of Sōtō Zen Buddhism in Japan and the main training monastery for monks.

Kyoto Knife Market Aritsugu
Cutlery that lasts a lifetime
Category: Culture, Shopping
A chef is inseparable from his or her knife. In order for a chef's vision to become reality, only a knife which cuts with precision will ensure satisfaction. For those interested in buying one, rest at ease knowing a knife purchase includes a lifetime maintenance guarantee.

Kappa Monster Hunting in Tono
Investigating the legend at Kappabuchi Pool
A kappa statue with cucumber offerings
Category: Culture, Trekking, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Kappa monsters can supposedly be found over Japan, but there is one place where they said to be so common they are immortalized in literature, myth, and tourist products. Grab your cucumber, we're going hunting.

Picchio's Adventure Club
Outdoor activities for children from 4 to 12
Some activities can be enjoyed by the entire family
Category: Sports, Sight seeing
Let your children have a blast in Karuizawa thanks to one of the many activities organized only for them by Picchio's Adventure Club!

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