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Summer Festival in Honmoku Yokohama
Ouma-nagashi ritual of Honmoku Shrine
The turtle-like figures are brought from the Shrine.  Start of Ouma nagashi ritual
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Festivals, Sight seeing
Yokomama Summer Festival: Honmoku's traditions have been passed down from generation to generation for more than 500 years.  

Eiheiji - Temple of Eternal Peace
Standing silently in deep woods for centuries
Along the walkway leading towards the entrance gate of Eiheiji Temple, the statue of Goddess of Mercy stands silently in a green forest
Category: Museums, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Eiheiji Temple in Fukui prefecture is one of two head temples of Sōtō Zen Buddhism in Japan and the main training monastery for monks.

Kappa Monster Hunting in Tono
Investigating the legend at Kappabuchi Pool
A kappa statue with cucumber offerings
Category: Culture, Trekking, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Kappa monsters can supposedly be found over Japan, but there is one place where they said to be so common they are immortalized in literature, myth, and tourist products. Grab your cucumber, we're going hunting.

Picchio's Adventure Club
Outdoor activities for children from 4 to 12
Some activities can be enjoyed by the entire family
Category: Sports, Sight seeing
Let your children have a blast in Karuizawa thanks to one of the many activities organized only for them by Picchio's Adventure Club!

Cycling Kyoto's Arashiyama
Storm Mountain's Fresh Air and Verdant Scenery
Togetsukyo Bridge framed by dramatic mountains.
Category: Historic sites, Sight seeing
The most enjoyable and convenient way to explore Arashiyama is by renting a bicycle. These are available around the train station area. You can select from several options ranging from an hour to a full day, on either a standard or an electric bicycle. Your choice ultimately depends on how much you want to explore the Arashiyama area, during your time in Kyoto. When you rent a bike, you will be given a map of the area which you can follow, allowing you to explore all the different places at your own leisure. Bear in mind that the area east of Togetsukyo Bridge and the souvenir shops can get crowded, especially on the weekend afternoons. As Arashiyama is less than 15 minutes minutes north west of Kyoto by Japan Railways, it is a popular spot for day trippers from Kyoto or Osaka. From Higashi Maizuru, near the Maizuru Cruise Ship Terminal, it is about 95 minutes by limited express.

Osaka Castle
Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the Unification of Japan
Osaka Castle. 
Category: Museums, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Osaka Castle is one of the symbols of Osaka City. The entire area covers about two square kilometers with lots of trees and green space. The closest JR train station is Osakajokoen, meaing Osaka Castle Park. You can also get here on the subway from Osaka Business Park station.

In Love With Tokyo Tower
Taking chances at the monument of love
Tokyo Tower
Category: Museums, Sight seeing
The iconic Tokyo Tower is one of the tallest structures in Japan and its design takes after the Eiffel Tower in Paris and provides a magnificent view of Tokyo city.

Onomichi’s 'Cat Alley'
A story of a tucked away art village
These two know the score
Category: Culture, Museums, Trekking, Sight seeing, Food
The temple walk of Onomichi in Hiroshima holds more than the obvious. See what a talented artist did to revive a small section of town.

Sea Candle - Enoshima's Tower
Get the best view of Enoshima and the Shonan region
Overlooking the land
Category: Sight seeing
The best views of Enoshima, the Shonan beaches, and Mt. Fuji come from the top of the Enoshima Sea Candle, a tall tower that has become synonymous with the island

Higashiyama Walk in Summer
A walk through the Higashiyama district in summer
A traditional pull rickshaw that you can ride
Category: Sight seeing
A walk through Higashiyama district one summer evening

Japan Travel Specials
Club 360 Tokyo
Wi-Fi in Japan