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I went to World Cultural Heritage, Shirakawa-go (Historic Village).Shirakawa-go, a beautiful area where traditional Japanese scenery still exists, is home to the largest number of still-standing traditional “gassho-zukuri” Japanese homes.
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Winter is cold, and snow can be seen, but there are many places in Japan offering poignant and picturesque scenery only at this time of year. Here, I'd like to tell you about 3 beautiful winter scenery spots, carefully chosen from all around Japan!
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Hidetakayama is a place which still retains the essence of old Japan, and it is also a popular tourist location. A major event in the area is the Takayama Festival.
“Huis Ten Bosch” in Nagasaki Prefecture is Japan’s largest-scale theme park, and it is modeled after a European cityscape. It will also be holding the “Big Tulip Festival with 1 Million Tulips,” which will welcome in spring with 700 varieties of tulips in full bloom, the most anywhere in Japan!
First held in the year 752, this event has been held every year without fail for over 1260 years!
Held by the temple’s monks in front of Nigatsu-do’s figure of the Eleven-Headed Kannon, the temple’s idol, the event exists to repent for the everyday sins of humanity and wish for everyone’s happiness.
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Aoshima is an island in Ehime Prefecture’s Ozu City, off of the Seto Inland Sea. This article will introduce a tour of Aoshima. Also known as Cat Island, Aoshima is a paradise for cats and cat-lovers like me, with a population of around 15 people and over 100 cats.
The Inuyama Festival is a religious celebration held at Haritsuna Shrine. It was first held in 1635. 13 enormous antique floats, standing up to 3 stories tall, navigate their way through the streets during this festival. Mechanical doll performances also take place to the beat of music set by flutes and taiko drums.