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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!

Kyoto Daikaku-ji Temple
Enjoy these temples with amazing outside corridors – 2
Daikaku-ji Temple, located in the northwest suburbs of Kyoto, contains the same design elements of the ancient Imperial Palace. The ground design and building arrangements are noble and elegant, its gardens are refined, and most of all, a labyrinth of long wooden corridors connecting all of its halls is amazing.The temple used to be an Imperial Villa for Emperor Saga (786-842). It was converted into a temple in 876. Since then, and basically all the way to just before the start of the Meiji Restoration (1868), a member of the Imperial Family always served as its head priest.

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Sayama Life Museum
Treasures at Inariyama-koen
Sayama Life Museum. Treasures at Inariyama-koen

Sano Art Museum
An elegant Mishima museum
Near Mishima station in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Sano Art Museum holds a diverse range of exhibitions, focusing on Japanese art and artists

Shibamata and the Taishakuten Sando
All that you can explore in the Shibamata area
Shibamata is a more traditional area on the edge of Tokyo. You'll find some amazing food here and a great welcoming atmosphere. Temples, museums, shops and a ferry; there's plenty to do and see in Shibamata.

Sato Sakura Museum Tokyo
Modern paintings in traditional style
In Tokyo's trendy Naka-Meguro district, the Sato Sakura Museum holds exhibitions of contemporary art and paintings in traditional Japanese style.

JCII Camera Museum
Heaven for camera lovers
Discover hundreds of camera, including the world’s first camera Giroux Daguerreotype 1839.

Yayoi and Takehisa Museums
Two artists of the same era, two museums together
In central Tokyo, the Yayoi and Takehisa Museums are dedicated to two Japanese artists of the 1910s and 1920s.

Heiwa No Mori Park
Adventure and sport for the whole family
This large park is located just a 15 minute walk from Omori station and Art Hotel Omori. It's a great place to unwind, relax and spend time with family. An adventure park is located inside has a lot of various activities for children to enjoy. 

Kasama Geijyutsunomori Park
Scenic wildlife, ceramics and a giant slide
Kasama Geijyut sunomori Park is located in Ibaraki and is renowned for its ceramics and pottery. This scenic park has a lot to offer and Is a great place to visit as the area in general has a lot to do including museums, shrines and parks.

Atagawa Tropical & Alligator Garden
Family attraction with red pandas and baby alligators
Atagawa Tropical & Alligator Garden has red pandas and a lily pad that you can stand on

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Art for young and old in a parkland setting
First opened in 1926 as Tokyo Prefectural Art Museum, it was the first public art museum in Japan, generously supported by a large donation from Keitaro Sato, nicknamed the "god of coal". Today, its philosophy is to be a gateway of art to the community. Whether you are new to art or an experienced practitioner, you will learn something new here.