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Usually seen in arcades, purikura machines are photo booths where you can make photo stickers with your own doodles and other cool functions
A village that is filled with over 100 animals and 6 different types of foxes in Shiroishi, Miyagi Prefecture. 
The Gundam Statue and Gundam Front Tokyo are very popular attractions in Odaiba. The 1/1 scale of the humanoid-shaped vehicle standing tall in front of Diver City shopping center is exhilarating to watch any time of day.
Japan Temple Stamp Book is a unique one-of-a-kind gift. The Goshiun chou is a small book to bring to thousands of shrines and temples.
The second Hachiko statue in Tokyo was unveiled March 2015 and depicts the reunion of the loyal Akita Inu and his master Professor Ueno. Located on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture (Yayoi Section of the Hongo Campus) at the University of Tokyo, the new statue will warm your heart.
Kimono Forest is a collection of gorgeous cylinder-shaped pillars which lined the lane way to Randen tram station on Kyoto’s Keifuku Arashiyama line, has been installed as part of the renovation in 2013. It is called a "forest" since the pillars are clustered like a forest and the kimono is displayed on each of the pillars. The Kimono Forest consists of pieces of textile displays dyed in the traditional Kyo-yuzen style. Each of the 2 meter high pillars are covered with acrylic fiber. There are about 600 of them all installed all over the station grounds. The Kyo-yuzen textile used for this exhibition was created by Kamedatomi, a long standing textile factory whose history dates back to Taisho period. These days they also produce aloha shirts with bright kimono inspired patterns.