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Shizuoka Prefecture
Scenery, history, leisure, culture, food and drink!
With diverse and beautiful scenery, delicious food and hearty drinks, vibrant culture and cherished traditions, there's something for everyone in Shizuoka Prefecture.

Zoshigaya Missionary House & Museum
He ate, prayed and loved
An interesting piece of American culture in Tokyo's Toshima-ward, near the Zoshigaya cemetery.

Nissan Oppama Plant Tour, Yokosuka
Watch all of the action on the assembly line and more!
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.

The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art
Diverse art in a striking building in Kobe
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...
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
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.

Todaiji Temple in Nara
A large majestic temple in Nara
The largest wooden structure in the world and iconic landmark of Nara city. 

Eco Edo Art Aquarium
Hip art and music centered around live goldfish
The Eco Edo Art Aquarium is a modern exhibit that combined traditional Japanese themes with thousands of live goldfish, avante-garde fish tanks, and a dance club atmosphere complete with live music on weekend nights. It's not to be missed.

Ooka Makoto Kotoba Museum, Mishima
Enjoy a range of visual arts inventively presented
A minute from Mishima Station, the Ooka Makoto Kotoba Museum holds regular special exhibitions on a range of art forms such as crafts, anime and sculpture.

The dawn of Japan’s contact with the western world
What makes Hirado so interesting is not just its historic ties with the west, but its well preserved old streets and general feel of ancient Japan. The city is for the most part located on an island of the same name and was not even connected to the mainland until a bridge was built in 1977 connecting it to Kyushu island.