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The Japanese have a long history with bamboo in their folklore, metaphorically linking a man's strength with this plant.
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.
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 original site of International Flower Expo that boasts a 100 hectare area with 2600 species of flowers and plants from from over 60 countries.
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,
Minoh park, a place to have a relaxing walk in nature, with a beautiful waterfall, an insect museum and temples.
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Nihon-ji Temple and its big Buddha are a pleasant surprise for many travelers exploring the trails of Nokogiriyama.
The hiking trails of Mt. Tsukuba are about 100 km (60 miles) from Tokyo, easily accessible by train or car.