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Nakasendo Hike & Erupting Mt Ontake
Historic Road and Post Towns, Not Affected by Eruption
Erupting Mt. Ontake Seen from the Shrine at Torii Pass.
Some travelers who plan to visit central Japan are worrying about any trouble by the eruption of Mt. Ontake. Now, however, troubles by the eruption are limited.

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.

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.

Re-building Kofu Castle
Authentic replicas based on ancient documents
Recently rebuilt Yamanote Gate
Although Kofu Castle was a ruin, authentic replicas of one of the towers and one of the gates have been built by referring to 16th century documents.

Tsujunkyo Bridge
An old aqueduct in Kumamoto's countryside
Water pours forth from the Tsjunkyo Aqueduct in rural Kumamoto
The Tsujunkyo Aqueduct in southeastern Kumamoto offers a stunning water display on weekends and holidays.

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.

St Agnes Anglican Cathedral Kyoto
Skull and Bones meets Heian Women's University
The histories of Heian Girls School and St Agnes Cathedral in Kyoto are invariably linked.
St Agnes Cathedral is a story of modern day Kyoto, a story of faith and the uniting of the two cultures in Kyoto today, that of the United States and Japan. Bilingual Services in English and Japanese are held at 8:30 am every Sunday in Central Kyoto near the Imperial Palace.

Todaiji Temple in Nara
A large majestic temple in Nara
The main hall where you will be greeted by large statues
The largest wooden structure in the world and iconic landmark of Nara city. 

Sengoku Three Sisters Shrine, Fukui
Famous sisters of Sengoku Period rest in peace in Fukui
Bronze statues of Sengoku Three Sisters: Chacha (left), Go (middle), and Hatsu (right)
Three Sisters Shrine in Fukui stands on Kitano-Sho Castle Ruins. It enshrines the famous sisters of the Sengoku Period, Chacha, Hatsu, and Go, who were the daughters of Oichi, beautiful sister of Oda Nobunaga.

Kibitsuhiko Shrine
A wonderful shrine on the Kibi Plain
The beautiful grounds of Kibitsuhiko Shrine
Cycling out of Bizenichinomiya Station, I didn’t know much about the places I was about to see. The Kibitsuhiko Shrine exceeded than my expectations.