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Mikan Picking at Tsukuihama Farm
All-you-can-eat Japanese oranges in Miura Peninsula
The "Mikan" (or Tangerine) is a popular fruit in Japan. Harvest your own basket and enjoy all-you-can-eat at Tsukuihama Tourist Farm in Yokosuka City.
Enjoy all-you-can-eat mikans, or tangerines, at Tsukuihama Tourist Farm in Yokosuka City. Eat what you harvest on the premises or take them home for a small fee!

Top 10 in Ibaraki
Exploring the best that Ibaraki has to offer
Kairakuen Garden
Our top ten outlines the best sightseeing spots and things to do around Ibaraki prefecture

Kanuma Buttuke Autumn Festival
Elaborate wooden festival floats in Kanuma City
The floats come alive at nightfall
A festival of food, music, dance and elaborate floats celebrated each year in October.

Nissan Oppama Plant Tour, Yokosuka
Watch all of the action on the assembly line and more!
The Nissan Oppama Plant tour ends with a nice cup of tea and a miniature model car souvenir to take home
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Oppama Plant is conveniently located in the industrial area of Yokosuka City (Kanagawa prefecture) and offers daily tours of the factory to include the assembly line. The four Nissan models manufactured at the Oppama plant are the Juke, Sylphy, Cube and LEAF, a 100% Electric Vehicle.

Simply Oishii – Cooking Lessons
Japanese cooking lessons in English in Tokyo!
The teacher and creator of Simply Oishii, Miyuki
A great way to immerse yourself in the Japanese culture is to learn how to make proper Japanese meals.

The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art
Diverse art in a striking building in Kobe
Outside near the entrance
Kobe's main art museum, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art holds exhibitions of sculpture and painting by a range of artists in a striking waterfront building.

Yamanashi Prefecture
Mountains, lakes, temples, hot springs, fruit & wine...
Chureito Pagoda in Fujiyoshida has a well known view of Mount Fuji when the weather is clear.
Yamanashi Prefecture has scenic beauty, Mount Fuji views, opportunities for adventure, interesting historical sites, beautiful temples, delicious fresh fruit, onsens, and much more.

Inubo Cape
Where the sun rises first
View from the coast
With its white lighthouse proudly overlooking the Pacific Ocean since 140 years, Inubo Cape is a magnificent, well preserved Japanese rural area. A delight to explore, it has a lot to offer, not mentioning a cult landscape for Japanese movie fans.

Zoshigaya Cemetery, Ikebukuro
Matters of grave interest
Etched cherry blossoms
Take in the intriguing atmosphere of a large and typical Japanese cemetery, and make your discoveries.

Tokyo Kitchen
Find the heart of Japanese cooking
The tempura. A little guidance and advice and it turned out perfectly!
Discover the heart of Japanese cooking with Tokyo Kitchen