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Noda City Museum and Mogi Residence

One of Noda City’s many heritage buildings associated with soy sauce production is the former Mogi Residence. This Taisho Period house is set in a strolling garden with tea house. Admission is free to the house and neighboring museum building which holds local history and art exhibits.

Onjuku Town and Beach

Onjuku is close to Tokyo, therefore cheap and convenient, but still has a lot to offer the casual traveler. The little town harbors a unique culture.

One Love Jamaica Festival

The One Love Jamaica festival is an annual summer event that will be held at Aeon Mall Makhuhari in Chiba this year. Come soak up the reggae, jerk chicken, and Bob Marley-themed tie-dye merchandise.

Chiba Shrine

The Chiba Shrine is proof that incredible beauty can be found even among the lesser known of Japan’s shrines.

Narita Town

Narita is not just an airport, but a nice town with Naritasan temple and Japanese garden.

Tojo House and Garden

Tojo-tei House and Garden is a modestly sized, elegant shogun residence in Matsudo City. The garden design, with wide lawns and groves of trees is as unique in the Edo Period as it is today. Plum orchards, arbors, and a tea house make the estate photogenic in all seasons.