Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. In order to separate it from Hikawa Shrine in Omiya Ward, Saitama City, it is often called Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine. [Wikipedia]
The Enmusubi Wind Chime Festival in Kawagoe is the perfect way to celebrate summer in Japan.
The wind chimes at Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine are known far and wide, but for the month before the illustrious wind chime event, you..
It is easy to navigate the place. I just needed 10 minutes to walk from Okegawa station to Hotel Route Inn Ageo. As I first visit..
Korekaki, a contraction of Kore Ga Kakigori, is a shaved ice and snow cone specialty cafe in the tourist city of Kawagoe. Located..
Nagamine-en sells dozens of green tea products made from Sayama green tea, grown locally in Kawagoe. On the second floor they have..
One of autumns's best treats in Saitama are the famed sweet potato chips from the food stand Koedo Osatsuan. They're located..
Kitain (喜多院), located in Kawagoe, is a 9th-century temple renowned for its collection of 540 playful Rakan (statues of Buddha) and for being home..
A special event at the Kawagoe City Museum looks at the works of Yoshida Hiroshi (1876 - 1950), a renowned Fukuoka-born painter..
Kawagoe offers distinctive architecture and a trip down memory lane. Stroll its streets and soak in this slip back to the Edo period...