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In Osaka, there is a sushi restaurant gaining popularity as a place where the freshest seafood toppings from the Sea of Japan can be enjoyed. I went to visit this sushi shop, located inside Suita Green Place, a shopping center in Suita city.
Rikugi-en is one of Japan’s Nationally Designated Places of Scenic Beauty. This traditional Japanese garden was built by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, favored retainer of shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi. The spring event “Illumination of Weeping Cherry Blossoms and Daimyo Teien” will once again be held this year.
On this trip I enjoyed the beautiful tourist spot of Magome-juku in the Kiso valley of Gifu prefecture. The towns Feudal-era buildings and inns have been well preserved since the Edo era.
Namahage Sedo Festival is a winter festival held at Shinzan Shrine in Oga City, Akita Prefecture. Their majestic and powerful wild dance around the bonfire held on the grounds of Shinzan Shrine attracts people from all around!
The flagship Hotel Asakusa 3000 is located 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Metro Ginza Line and TOEI Asakusa Line.
Although it's situated close to Sensoji Temple, the rates are extremely cheap, starting from just ¥2,000, including a free breakfast!
Oto Matsuri is a nighttime fire festival held annually on February 6th at World Heritage Site Kamikura Shrine. The Men’s Fire Festival Was Amazing!
Sugimoto Shokudo is well-known for its delicious and cheap horumon (offal), and it is even frequently featured on TV, in magazine articles, and through other media.
In addition to Japanese style like sushi or tempura, Tokyo has all types of eating establishments including restaurants selling ramen and yakiniku, cuisine from around the world, and izakayas where you can leisurely enjoy alcoholic beverages and food.