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Togoshi Park
A beautiful patch of nature
A beautiful look at Togoshi Park
Category: Historic sites, Sight seeing
Togoshi Park is one of Tokyo's most beautiful, and is made from the remnants of a feudal lord's garden. With waterfalls, bridges, flowers, trees.

Kenrokuen Garden
A garden in Kanazawa
The entrance to the park
Category: Sight seeing
A beautiful garden in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture

Explore Kumamoto City
A truly breathtaking landscape with a city to explore
Kumamoto Castle
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Exploring Kumamoto, one of several prefectures on the island of Kyushu.

Michinoku Pro Wrestling
Heroes and villians fight it out in Tohoku
The Great Sasuke retains the championship belt. He is very popular, partly because he throws candy to the children in the crowd before matches
Category: Culture, Sight seeing, Trade shows
Michinoku Pro Wrestling is a traveling wrestling show, performing in local venues around the Tohoku region of Japan. Over the top laughs, gasps, and action! 

A Stroll Along Aomori Bay
Architecture, shopping, history, steps from the station
The A-shaped Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center ASPAM
Category: Culture, Museums, Historic sites, Festivals, Shopping, Sight seeing, Food
There's plenty to be seen along the waterfront of Aomori Bay. See architectural gems, spectacular Nebuta Festival floats and anything apple-related you can think of!

Tokyo at Night
Enjoy Tokyo with tons of people watching and lights
A view from Odaiba Island
Category: Culture, Sight seeing, Night life
Tokyo at night is the city of lights. Around every corner is a new street or alleyway where the hustle bustle never stops.

Yukata Shopping for Hanabi Season
A guide on where to buy & how to wear a summer kimono
A Yukata is a summer kimono traditionally worn to enjoy Hanabi (Fireworks) in major cities like the Sumida River Fireworks Festival in Asakusa, Tokyo. Photo taken at Marui City Shibuya.
Category: Culture, Festivals, Shopping, Sight seeing, Night life
A guide on where to buy and how to wear a yukata, a summer kimono, for hanabi season. Enjoy wearing a light, cotton kimono to the next fireworks display in one of Japan's major cities.

Cycle the Kibi Plain
Enjoy temples, shrines and rice fields in Okayama
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Not far from Okayama is a place perfect for bicycle touring. It is called the Kibi Plain. The plain has a 17 Kilometer bicycle route that winds through charming rural landscapes. The bike route starts at Bizen-Ichinomiya station and after winding through rice fields, temples, and shrines, ends at Soja station.

Blue Moon at Isshiki Beach Hayama
Popular beach house at one of World's 100 Best Beaches
Blue Moon beach house is constructed with bamboo selected from the annual forest clearance in Hayama.
Category: Trekking, Sight seeing, Water sports, Night life, Food
Blue Moon beach house at Isshiki Beach in Hayama (No. 65 of "World's 100 Best Beaches" by CNN in 2014) is positioned in the center of the crescent overlooking the soft silky sands and into the deep blue horizon. Their dining, music, drinks, rentals, and spa services will take your beach going experience to a whole other level in Japan.

Kiyomizu Temple and Otowa Waterfall
UNESCO World Heritage in Higashiyama Kyoto
The Otowa Waterfall
Category: Culture, Historic sites, Sight seeing
Kiyomizudera, also known as the Pure Water Temple is one of more famous temples in Japan. This temple is located up in a hill in the east of Kyoto. One of the things that stands out is the wooden stage in the main hall that is 13 meters above the hill. During the spring period, this will give you an amazing view of the cherry blossom. From the wooden stage, you will also able to see Kyoto city in the distance. Kiyomizudera is also inside the list of UNESCO World Heritage.

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