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Chiba Prefecture, Narita Taiko FestivalRead Later
The Narita Taiko Festival is a grand taiko performance, made up of around 1500 talented performers from 50 groups that gather from across Japan. The festival is held in the area around Chiba Prefecture’s Omotesando Road and in front of Naritasan Shinshoji Temple.
A historical main temple of Chizan School of Shingon Sect, founded in 940.
With the grounds as big as 220,000㎡, it is one of the largest temples in Japan.
Every year, between January 1st and the 3rd, as many as 3 million people visit the place for New Year’s. This is the second largest number of visitors in the country.
Every day at the same time, a training called “Goma Kitou (Goma Fire Ritual)” is held in the main hall. During this training, blazing fire is made and prayers are made.
For those flying out from Narita Airport, we introduce you nearby facilities where you can buy all of souvenirs! [Article series / The Surrounding Areas of Narita Airport Part 2]Read Later
Did you forget to buy some souvenirs? Don’t worry! This article introduces you mainly commercial facilities that is easily accessible to Narita Airport.
For those who fly out from Narita Airport, this article introduces some fun spots in Narita City, where you can enjoy until the very last time on your departure day. [Article series / The Surrounding Areas of Narita Airport Part 1]Read Later
In this article we’ll be introducing you to a number of exciting spots within walking distance from Keisei Narita Station (Narita City, Chiba), which is just 7 mins away from Narita Airport!
Three 4-hour transit tours departing from Narita Airport that are well worth your time! [Article series / The Surrounding Areas of Narita Airport Part 11]Read Later
Looking for a way to make use of your last few hours before departing from Japan or your time between connecting flights? If so, you might enjoy one of the following three transit courses.
The world of cherry blossoms has gone with April, while upcoming July will see hydrangeas in full bloom. Hydrangea blossoms can be white, pink, red, blue or purple; the gorgeous blossoms look like embroidered balls, so they are nicknamed "embroidered ball flowers”. When the rainy season starts in late June, different shapes of blossoms wet with dew will be amazingly beautiful. Here five must-visit hydrangea spots in Tokyo and its suburb are recommended to enthusiasts of photography!
Have you noticed any mental or physical changes since reaching your forties? EQUELLE, the equol-containing supplement, could be the answer to maintain your health and beauty. (Find out where to buy in Tokyo area!)Read Later
This is a republished article which was originally published on June 23rd in 2016. Today we'd like to talk about the exciting new supplement EQUELLE. It contains equol, an ingredient that helps women over 40 with decreasing female hormone levels staying healthy and beautiful during their time of tra
Japanese toilets are the best in the world! Now Narita Airport has an experiential bathroom space, “toilet gallery”, which is just like a museum!Read Later
When it comes to a thing that makes overseas tourists really surprised at the time of their first visit to Japan, many tourists would say “toilets”...