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Kanto

Ibaraki

What is Yuki Tsumugi (Pongee)? Learn About UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage at the Yuki Tsumugi Museum and Tsumugi Village

"紬 Tsumugi" is one of Japan's most popular silk fabrics and has been produced for centuries. There are several silk production areas in Japan, and Yu...
2021.11.04
Tochigi

Nikko Toshogu Shrine|Highlights of the World Heritage Site with the Tomb of Tokugawa Ieyasu

n Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, there is a shrine called Nikko Toshogu, which is dedicated to Ieyasu Tokugawa, the first shogun of Edo period. Futa...
2021.11.04
Tokyo

Meiji Jingu Shrine|A Visit to Shibuya’s Oasis with a Vast Forest

In Shibuya, Tokyo, there is a shrine called Meiji Jingu, which covers a vast area. The Meiji Jingu Shrine is visited by tourists every day. It is als...
2021.11.04
Chiba

Eating Chiba’s Specialties at Umihotaru Parking Area on Tokyo Bay

Umihotaru is a large parking area located on the sea. Umihotaru is a highway rest area on the Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, which crosses Tokyo Bay from Kawas...
2021.11.04
Kanagawa

Learn About Instant Noodles at the Cupnoodles Museum Yokohama!

Instant noodles were invented in Japan. Instant noodles are so popular around the world that it is hard to believe that there are people who have nev...
2021.11.04
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