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Run Through Tokyo’s Main Sightseeing Spots!
I highly recommend this facility to those interested in traditional Japanese houses! Here I will be introducing Kanagawa Prefecture’s Kamakura Guesthouse, “a small inn with a sunken hearth.”
Lake Kawaguchi’s 2019 Winter FireworksRead Later
Lake Kawaguchi hosts a winter fireworks show every year.
The sky is clearer during the winter than in the summer, so the enhanced beauty of the fireworks makes the Lake Kawaguchi show particularly popular.
Especially in the article, I am going to write about highly recommended fall foliage spots in the area, “Angyo”.
Winter’s Atami Sea Fireworks DisplayRead Later
Atami Bay, which is surrounded by mountains on three sides, acts acoustically like a stadium for this fireworks display. As the air is dryer in the winter, the fireworks stand out even more beautifully!
There are many sights to see at this display, including the annual tradition fireworks finale, “Niagara Falls in the Sky.”
Yokohama’s famous tourist spot, the “Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse,” is hosting open-air ice skating!
Each year different artists use the entirety of the skating rink as a blank canvas to use as they see fit.
Located at the Second Station on Mount Fuji, Yeti is a ski resort famous for being the first in Japan to open every winter. This season, the outdoor ski slopes are also scheduled to open up at 10:00 am on Friday, October 19, 2018!
Yomiuriland JewelluminationRead Later
Yomiuriland Jewllumination, a popular illumination event in Tokyo where elegant jewel-like lights are lit, enhancing Tokyo’s night view, is back for 2018!