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Edo Tokyo Museum in Ryogoku

The Edo Tokyo Museum, using both historical artifacts and hands-on exhibits, guides and educates visitors through the transition of Edo to Tokyo.

Welcome to Oki Islands

The Oki Islands, a group of four large inhabited islands and 180 smaller uninhabited islands and rocky outcrops, are one of the treasures of the Sea of Japan.

Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum, Tokyo

In Tokyo's lively Harajuku district, the Ota Memorial Museum displays traditional woodblock prints depicting the 'floating world' of geisha, teahouses, cherry-blossoms and kabuki theaters.

Bizen Osafune Sword Museum

Bizen Osafune Museum and Village is not just a place to view swords but its a village where the craft of sword making and metal crafting is still practiced today.

Gifu Castle, Park and Ropeway

Gifu castle and Ropeway provides a marvelous view of Gifu City and the Naragarawa River from the top of Mt. Kinka. It was from this perch that Nobunaga tried to unify all of Japan.

A Healing Trip in Akita

I recommend Akita to those who had been to Japan a few times and are trying to seek for a deeper Japan experience in their next journey. In Akita, you can enjoy hot springs, join the festivals, learn the local culture and appreciate its natural beauty. I am sure you will have a memorable and unforgettable journey here.

Tono: Legends and Landscapes

The city of Tono in Iwate is the place to go to experience traditional Japanese culture, complete with a wealth of folklore and beautiful landscapes. Visiting Tono is like stepping back into the past.

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