Surprises on a road trip to the secluded Kimino area in the north of Wakayama Prefecture: a rural scenery with empty roads, less..
Mikan (satsuma mandarin) orchards in Arida City, Wakayama Prefecture, date back to the beginning of the Edo Period (1600) and they..
Located in the northern part of Wakayama Prefecture, Negoro-ji Temple is one of the region's most beautiful spots during spring...
The Shichikawa Dam in Wakayama may be a man-made waterway, but there's plenty of natural beauty to enjoy here as well. There..
Kamikura Shrine (神倉神社, Kamikura Jinja) is related to the Hayatama Taisha Shrine and can be found on top of a hill of 538 stone steps, some as st..
Kudoyama is a fascinating and historical little town that marks the entrance to Koyasan. The few visitors that do stop here do so..
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