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Tokyo's UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Tokyo's UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Tokyo is home to two of Japan's 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites. The National Museum of Western Art, part of a global cultural..

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The Story of Hanami

The Story of Hanami

Hanami cherry blossom viewing parties began in the 8th century Heian Period as an aristocratic social event. By the Edo Period in..

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Shinnaka River

Shinnaka River

The Shinnaka River flows for 8km between the Arakawa and Edogawa rivers. One of Tokyo's many rivers, the Shinnaka's banks..

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Seishoko-ji Temple

Seishoko-ji Temple

Seishoko-ji Temple is located in Hamacho Park in Tokyo's Chuo City Ward. Connected with the famous feudal lord, Kato Kiyomasa,..

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The Story of Hanami

The Story of Hanami

Sleiman Azizi

Hanami cherry blossom viewing parties began in the 8th century Heian Period as an aristocratic social event. By the Edo Period in..

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Itabashi Fudoson Temple

Itabashi Fudoson Temple

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Itabashi Fudoson, a temple complex in Tsukubamirai City, Ibaraki Prefecture, is dedicated to the fearsome esoteric Buddhist figure..

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