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Ezoshi Art Shop and Gallery Gion
Rediscover the past through Shin Hanga and Ukiyo e
This gallery brings together the best of Japanese woodprint art from various periods at prices that are hard to beat elsewhere in Japan or around the world.

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!

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Asukayama Park
To enjoy with the whole family
This big green space in Kita has a large playground, quiet gardens, three museums and a free park rail.

Musee Bernard Buffet
Parisian art in Mishima Clematis Garden
Near Mishima in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Musee Bernard Buffet is an art museum dedicated to the paintings of a prominent Parisian artist.

Old British Consulate of Hakodate
Living Like the Queen
Satisfy your Anglophilic tastes at the old British consulate in Hakodate, an international port from the Victorian era.

Scholarly Shoin Jinja in Hagi
The shrine, school and prison of a revered intellectual
Shoin Jinja is a shrine dedicated to one of Japan's greatest educators during the Bakumatsu era of Japanese history - Yoshida Shoin.

Daiichi Sankyo Medicine Museum
Discover Medicine At Nihonbashi
Discover Medicine whether you thought you wanted to or not. Between a Tetris-like game teaching the formation of chemical compounds and multi player screens allowing users to fish plaque out of guts, cleanse bronchial tubes, and regulate immune systems, the museum convinced me not only that medicine is riveting but that it can actually be fun: I prevented heart attacks on that screen for nearly an hour.

Shizuoka Football Museum
A fun place to learn about Japanese soccer
Near Mishima at the head of Japan's Izu Peninsula, Shizuoka Football Museum is a fun little place to learn about the soccer of the region and the country.

Edo Shitamachi Crafts Museum
A hidden gem within Asakusa’s shopping streets
A display of olden Tokyo skill and creativity.

Celebrating Studio Ghibli in Aichi
Three exhibitions in one place
Set out for Moricoro Park to explore the hidden and magical world of Studio Ghibli.

Sendai Tanabata Museum
A festival all year round
The Sendai Tanabata Museum in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture displays Tanabata Festival decorations year round. It is located next to the Kanezaki Kamaboko Factory.

Kiyosato Moegi-no-Mura
Enchanting European style village in the forest
A European style village filled with charming shops restaurants and cafes st among cottage gardens filled with flowers, Moegi-no-mura in Kiyosato is a great place to visit.