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Kyoto Kitano Tenman-gu Flea Market
Antiques, kimono fabrics, jewelry, ceramics and more
This flea market has a variety of traditional goods perfect for gifts, souvenirs or household use.

Konnichiwa & Sayonara in Japan
This is how Japanese people say Konnichiwa and Sayonara
Video showing how Japanese people pronounce "Konnichiwa" and "Sayonara" in three different regions of Japan.

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Fuji Sengen Shrine
The starting point of the trail to Mount Fuji
In the past, Fuji Sengen Shrine in Fujiyoshida was the starting point for pilgrims who set out to climb sacred Mount Fuji.

The Sword of Swords (and Swordsmen)
A national treasure and more in northern Saitama
Nine large kofuns and the Inariyama Sword make Sakitama Kofun Park perfect for a Sunday picnic, casual futsal game, or enjoyable stroll though Japan's rich history.

Live Theater Experience in Japan
Looking at Japan and her culture through live theater
Live Theater Experience in Japan: A night to remember!

The Top 3 Things To Do in Ueno
Visit Ueno Zoo, Ueno Park and Ameyoko in one day
Ueno is home to several tourist attractions, including Ueno Park which hosts the Ueno Zoo and a concentration of Japan's best museums. Across the park Ameyoko is one of Japan's busiest and most famous shopping districts.

Toga Village, Toyama
Japanese mountain culture
Toga village in Toyama Prefecture is the perfect rural mountain getaway. Experience true Japanese mountain culture including traditional mountain foods, wildlife and sake breweries.  

Tokushima's Iya Valley
Where past and present meet
Tokushima's Iya Valley - Where the Present Meets the Past

Oh-mato Taikai (Festival of the Great Target), held in conjunction with the Coming of Age Ceremony. An annual event at Sanjūsangen-dō, 20 year old women from all over Japan don their own kimonos and participate in an archery competition. 

Sakura Hunting in Kyoto
The loveliest two weeks of spring
Here are five great places in Kyoto to enjoy the two weeks of blooming sakura cherry blossoms during spring.

Nara's Yamayaki Festival
Watching Mt. Wakakusa Burn
The Yamayaki festival in Nara dates back to 1760. On the fourth Saturday of January every year, people gather at the base of Mt. Wakakusa and watch as it is set ablaze.

Kintai Bridge
A place where natural beauty and Japanese culture meet
Learn about Kintai Bridge, a beautiful sight-seeing spot located near Hiroshima.