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Tokyo Toilet Exhibition
Educative and interesting exhibition for all ages.
The sign of the exhibition
Category: Museums
The toilet exhibition is a temporary exhibition at the Miraikan Museum. Its name might be strange for most people, but your opinion will change after a single visit. It teaches us about feces related to our health and at the same time builds awareness to visitors that there's still a lot of people affected by the lack of water and toilets.The plus point is the interactive displays that help kids easily understand the exhibition.

Yokohama Triennale 2014
Exhibition for art lovers
The display of 'What is in the center of the world?'
Category: Culture, Museums, Sightseeing
Yokohama is one of the best places to escape from crowded Tokyo! Why don't you go and visitYokohama Triennale 2014, the art exhibition held in Yokohama every 3 years? 

Moomin Exhibit in Hiroshima
Celebrating the art and life of Tove Jansson
The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum invites fans to explore the world of Moomin in celebration of Tove Jansson's 100th birthday
Category: Museums
The Moomin Exhibit at the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum allows fans to explore the origins of the beloved characters from Moominvalley.

Osaka NHK Broadcasting Center
Entertainment from yesteryear...and today
The main entrance of NHK Osaka Broadcasting Center
Category: Museums
Osaka's NHK Broadcasting Center is partly open to the public. Visitors can learn more about their favorite TV series and catch glimpses of filming sessions.

Peace Memorial Park
A testament to the victims of the first atomic bomb
The cenotaph for the A-bomb victims. A chest holds a registry of  victims who have passed. The Peace Flame and the A-bomb Dome can be seen through it.
Category: Museums, Historic sites, Sightseeing
Peace Memorial Park stands as a testament to the victims of the first atomic bomb in history and as a vow to protect and forge peace. 

Sompo Japan Museum of Art
An interesting museum with a good view of Tokyo
The museum is up on the 42nd floor of this building
Category: Culture, Museums, Sightseeing
In Shinjuku in central Tokyo, the Sompo Museum of Art holds a wide range of exhibitions, and also has a fine view of the city

Hida Takayama Teddy Bear EcoVillage
The world's first environment-themed teddy bear museum
Another photo stop with life-size bears 
Category: Museums, Historic sites, Food
Hida Takayama Teddy Bear Eco Village is the world’s first environment-themed teddy bear museum that delivers meaningful environmental messages through its treasured collection of heartwarming toys. Housed in a renovated 200-year-old gassho-zukuri traditional farmhouse, a thousand bears from ‘all walks of life’ aim to please even the most hardhearted of all.

Fujikawaguchiko Herb Festival
Hiking at the Foot of Fujisan
Seas of lavender at the Fujikawaguchiko Herb Festival
Category: Culture, Museums, Trekking, Historic sites, Festivals, Sightseeing
There's a multitude of things to see around Lake Kawaguchiko, including the annual summer herb festival, the Music Forest Museum and the Kachikachi-yama Ropeway.

Japanese Print Arts in Ginza
Meet different artists, artisans and the publisher
Just a 4-minute walk from JR Shinbashi Station
Category: Culture, Museums, Shopping
Fantastic Japanese print arts: woodblock, silkscreen, etching, lithograph. Meet the artists and the publisher in Ginza!

Meiji Jingu Gaien Park
Large central Tokyo park for sports and culture
Enjoying a summer day
Category: Sports, Museums
Meiji Jingu Gaien Park in central Tokyo has facilities for various activities, from a golf range and tennis courts to Jingu Stadium, home of the Yakult Swallows professional baseball team. If sports aren't your thing, check out the museums and culture centers.

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