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The Japanese have a long history with bamboo in their folklore, metaphorically linking a mans' strength with this plant – various festivals include the use of bamboo in various forms.
Minoh park, a place to have a relaxing walk in nature, with a beautiful waterfall, an insect museum and temples.
Every third Monday in July Japan celebrates umi-no-hi (Marine Day), when many Japanese take a trip to the beach to show their gratitude for the blessings of the ocean. However,
A great day hike that offers flexibility for all skill levels. Beautiful views, a cable car shrine, temple, and traditional crafts offer something for everyone!
The Mount Mitake and Mount Odake day hike from Tokyo, starting and ending at the stunning Tama River, has nice views the whole way.
Hachiko Square is perhaps the best-known meeting place in Tokyo. It borders the well-known Shibuya pedestrian crossing, said to be the busiest in the world.
Rickety (but safe) wire suspension bridges in the beautiful Sumatakyo Gorge. They'll have you thinking of and feeling like Indiana Jones
Ibaraki’s famous Fukuroda Falls, one of the 3 most beautiful falls in Japan, is located near the northern city of Daigo, roughly 2 hours’ drive from the capital of Mito.