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OUTDOOR HOT SPRING
Explore the filming locations of the adolescent drama “Koinaka” in Toyama Prefecture
Toyama No. 11
Gokayama-no Gasshozukuri, the World Heritage Site: Enjoy the townscape and accommodation
Toyama No. 15
Kamakura Hi-surf, offering water-sport experiences to everyone at the beach of Yuigahama
Kanagawa No. 24
Taj Mahal Shinbashi: a popular authentic Indian curry restaurant where people are waiting in a line
Experiencing Japanese Meal In a Private Room Of 'Onzoshi Matsuroku Ya!
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Take A Break at Natrual Hot Spring in ASAKUSA While Strolling
Referred to as the only legitimate castle tower, "Matsue" castle tower
Shimane No. 1
BEST 3 - ONSEN in TOKYO
Tokyo No. 28
How come this "Komoro Castle" is at a place lower than the castle town?
Nagano No. 2
"Matsumoto Castle" with the oldest existing five-storied and six floors wooden castle tower.
Matsumoto Hakuba in Nagano
Nagano No. 11
Numerous anecdotes are interesting anyway! "Sendai Castle" as a symbol of Sendai
Miyagi No. 1
The difficulty to reach is the hardest! But if you do visit the "Nemuro Chashi trace group"...
Hokkaido No. 5
"Komine Castle" that has a legend of maiden cherry is one of the Three Major Castle in Tohoku!
Fukushima No. 2
"Odawara Castle" which reputed to be impregnable is now a famous place of flowers! (Castle Part)
Kanagawa No. 4
"Hachioji Castle" is Japan's 5 Great mountain Castle. A must place if you love mountain & history!
Japanese sights that Japanese don't go! "The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle)"
Boasts the best name recognition for its cherry blossoms. "Hirosaki Castle"
Aomori No. 1
Complete main enclosure remaining is only at "Kochi Castle"!
Kochi No. 2
Trio of 'Sakura･Moat･Stone wall' in "Yamagata Castle"
Yamagata No. 1
The tour of Asakusa and Nihonbashi by water-bus
Castle in the sky which should be passed down to posterity, "Ruin of Takeda Castle"
Hyogo No. 2
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