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Ogasawara Islands
World Heritage archipelago's subtropical paradise
Ogasawara Islands are a beautiful, subtropical island chain just waiting to be discovered, south of Tokyo.

A Day in Hakata, Fukuoka City
Walking the highlights of the historic town
It is definitely about atmosphere in Fukuoka City, about open-minded people full of energy, but the city has some great sights to offer, too. Here is the itinerary with my favorite spots!

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Fuefukigawa Fruit Park in Yamanashi
Fruit trees, Fuji views and kid-friendly facilities
Spacious park with fruit trees, a fruit museum and many other features, is a great place for family outings, picnics, and even romantic dates.

Tōshi Island, Miketsu-Kuni
Food from the sea since ancient times
Tōshi Island in Ise-Shima National Park has a relaxed island atmosphere and delicious seafood.

Visiting an Ama Diver Hut in Toba
Fresh seafood, sea views and cosplay
Meeting Japan's female Ama divers over a delicious seafood lunch with spiny lobster at Hachiman-Kamado, an Ama diver hut in Toba, Mie Prefecture.

A small wooden statue of Giou-ji is enshrined in the main hall. Statues with black-colored eyes are works of the Kamakura period. The statue quietly stands, lost in thought.

Hachiko Statue University of Tokyo
The beloved Japanese Akita is reunited with his master
The second Hachiko statue in Tokyo was unveiled March 2015 and depicts the reunion of the loyal Akita Inu and his master Professor Ueno. Located on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture (Yayoi Section of the Hongo Campus) at the University of Tokyo, the new statue will warm your heart.

International Festivals at Yoyogi
Food, fun and culture all summer long at Yoyogi Park
Tokyo's Yoyogi Park holds international festivals nearly every weekend during the summer. Check it out for great food, drinks, music, shopping and performances.

Hatakeyama Museum of Fine Art
Dedicated to the art of tea ceremony
In the centre of Tokyo, Hatakeyama Museum of Fine Art houses a collection of beautiful artworks and objects related to Japanese tea ceremony.

Hina Doll Display at Kanzo Yashiki
Antique Hinamatsuri dolls and fabric craft decorations
Colorful exhibition of antique Hina dolls and fabric handcraft decorations in a lovely Edo Era farmhouse named  Kanzo Yashiki near Enzan Station in Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture.

Gio-ji Temple, Kyoto: Part 3 of 4
A mother's wish for love, a daughter's wish for death
Gio-ji is a tourist spot in Sagano, Kyoto, near Togetsukyo which is popular on the weekend.

Maru-K Kobayashi in Asakusabashi
Find artificial or fake flowers at a local craft store
Asakusa-bashi, which is well known for its wholesale stores and markets, is located one stop after Akihabara station on the JR Soubu Line. Craft materials such as beads, stationery, Japanese dolls, party items, as well as bag and dress shops are lined along on the main street.