Entries from 6月 2011

木曜日, 6月 30th, 2011

A Japan photo No.571:kamakura

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A Japan photo No.571:kamakura

水曜日, 6月 29th, 2011

A Japan photo No.570:Kamakura

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A Japan photo No.570:Kamakura

火曜日, 6月 28th, 2011

Tohoku trip: 3rd day Aomori

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Tohoku trip: 3rd day Aomori

Where Aomori prefecture’s administrative system’s main government building is located, Aomori. Due to the opening of all Tohoku shinkansens, Aomori is one of the most paid attention cities. Every summer there is a Nebuta festival that is held with Aomori city in the center, and a lot of people from outside of the prefecture come [...]

月曜日, 6月 27th, 2011

Tohoku trip: 2nd day Hirosaki

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Tohoku trip: 2nd day Hirosaki

The “Hirosaki park” is the most famous place for sakura that represents Japan. In 1715, the saplings of the sakura that were brought from Kyoto were the start. Now there are 260 sakura trees planted here.

A bright red bridge and sakura, and a castle tower are as beautiful as Japanese paintings.

日曜日, 6月 26th, 2011

A Japan photo No.569:Kamakura

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A Japan photo No.569:Kamakura

土曜日, 6月 25th, 2011

Tohoku Trip: 1st day in Akita prefecture, Kakunodate

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Tohoku Trip: 1st day in Akita prefecture, Kakunodate

Aomori and Akita prefecture both had very little damage from the Tohoku earthquake. However, serious damage to the hotels and Japanese style hotels is being done from abroad and within Japan due to the mass amounts of trip cancellations.

This time a month and a half from the earth quake is when, called Tohoku’s Sandai [...]

金曜日, 6月 24th, 2011

A Japan photo No.568:Roppngi

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A Japan photo No.568:Roppngi

木曜日, 6月 23rd, 2011

A Japan photo No.567:Roppongi

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A Japan photo No.567:Roppongi

水曜日, 6月 22nd, 2011

Shinagawa walking guide

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Shinagawa walking guide

Tokaido 53 tsugi’s (name of a street) Shinagawa area is a prospered stage town. Once you get off at the station, the big group of skyscraper buildings leaves an impression; however if you walk a little further a town where you can experience the atmosphere of the Edo period appears. In the last years of [...]

火曜日, 6月 21st, 2011

The top 20 “most popular foreign tourists spots in Japan”

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The top 20 “most popular foreign tourists spots in Japan”

The top 20 “most popular foreign tourists spots in Japan” presented by TripAdvisor(R)”
The world’s biggest word of mouth traveling site “TripAdvisor(R)” announced the top 20 “most popular foreign tourists spots in Japan” based on the ratings posted by foreign tourists on the site (http://www.tripadvisor.jp/HotSpotsJapan). In 1st place is Hiroshima prefecture’s Miyajima (Ikushima temple) [...]