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Whimsical or creepy, but definitely one of the weirdest places on Shikoku
Ashikaga Flower Park, wisteria blossoms during the Golden Week holidays—a photo story.
From the old merchants house from the Nineteenth Century, to an experience linking tea with Samurai and Geisha, here is a selection of some unique places for a Tea Ceremony, a quintessential Kyoto experience.
Every Sunday rockabilly dancers gather at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo
Seitai Hoshikai in Japanese means the Institute of the Handmaids of the Holy Eucharist. It is a community of nuns living a life of dedication in a convent, located in a semi- rural area 8km north east from Akita City. It is accessible from JR Akita Railway Station or the cruise port terminal by bus or taxi.
The 2,000 Moso-bamboo garden at Hokokuji Temple in Kamakura is not only a great alternative to the iconic Sagano Bamboo Grove in Kyoto, it's a perfect escape for peace and tranquility.
Retrace the steps of a forgotten princess in this sublime mountainside village just 40 mins north of Kyoto
We still don't know who constructed Nakijin, though the excavations show that it was started in the 13th century. The fact that it took over a hundred years to complete meant that the generation who started it did not see it finished, but it was of such monumental importance that the next generations took over the construction as their life work.