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The Museum of Musical instruments located in Hamamatsu contains a rich collection of musical instruments from various countries and different times. Besides viewing the instruments, visitors can listen to the sounds of and watch videos on how they're played.
Catch the Kimono Fashion show at Nishijin Textile Center, open from 10am to 6pm in northwest Kyoto.
Built in 1964, the Hakkoda-Maru was a transport ship that carried trains from Aomori, in the north of Honshu Island, to Hakodate, in the south of Hokkaido. Hakkoda-Maru provided services from 1966 until 1988, when the opening of the underwater Seikan Tunnel rendered sea transport less desirable and redundant. Today, the vessel has been transformed into a memorial ship permanently docked at Matsu Bay in Aomori City.
Situated right next to the world famous Peace Park, Mazda Tower’s recently opened Orizuru Tower and is the newest attraction to Hiroshima. While the majority of the building’s twelve floors are office spaces, the first and top two floors are geared for tourists. A new way to view Hiroshima, the Peace Park, and A-Bomb Dome, Orizuru Tower is a must-see destination.
Nestled among bamboo and other greenery in the western end of Kyoto, Dream At is quiet and relaxing spot to take a short break and cool down from the heat between visiting crowded attractions nearby.
Detective Conan fans won't want to miss this museum dedicated to the author of the popular series.
Fukagawa Edo Museum is a great museum to experience what it was like to live during the Tempo period (1830-43)
From April 22 (Fri) to June 26 (Sun), Sendai City Museum is hosting the Golden Pharaohs and Pyramids Exhibit.