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ฮอกไกโด หน้าหนาวจะดีกปลายๆ ธ.ค. ถึง ก.พ. อากาศดี(แบบหนาวๆ) ถ่ายรูปยามค่ำคืนแสงไฟ กับสีขาวโพลนของหิมะ ละลายนักท่องเทียวมานักต่อนักแล้ว มีช่วงเทศกาล Snow Festival ไฮไลท์น่ะครับของบอก แถวถนนโอโดริ ดูคิววันจัดน่าจะประมาณ ก.พ. เช็คกันอีกที พักแถวซัปโปโรแหละสะดวกสุด ใกล้แหล่งช็อป อ้อเผื่อเวลาช็อปใหญ่ 1 วันเต็มสำหรับคุณผู้หญิงด้วย...
Kotoku-in Temple Layout & Buildings
Entering Kotoku-in Temple, visitors can see the head of the Great Buddha (Kamakura Daibutsu). This is the second largest Buddha in Japan. Its atmosphere and the positioning of its hands and eyes convey a sense of calm and attentiveness. The statue's height is 11.4 meters, circumference 29.4 meters, and face length 2.3 meters. The overall weight is approximat...
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Toshogu Shrine, also known as the (東照宮, Tōshōgū), is an impressive commemorative site dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, the renowned founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that governed Japan for over 250 years until 1868. Within Toshogu, Ieyasu is revered as the deity Tosho Daigongen, symbolizing the "Great Deity of the East Shining Light." Originally a modest mausoleum, Toshogu underwent remarkable expan... read more
Ainokura village, located deep within a valley, is the most secluded settlement in the Gokayama region of Japan. With nearly 20 gassho-zukuri farmhouses, it is also the largest village in the area. While many of these farmhouses are still occupied by residents, some have been converted into restaurants, museums, and minshuku accommodations.In 1995, Ainokura, alongside Suganuma and Ogimachi, was de... read more
Shirakawa-go and the neighboring Gokayama regions are located in the remote mountains along the Shogawa River Valley, spanning from Gifu to Toyama Prefectures in Japan. These areas were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995 and are renowned for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are over 250 years old.
The term "gassho-zukuri" refers to the architectural style o...
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Takayama's old town has been wonderfully preserved, showcasing many buildings and streets from the feudal times when the city was a thriving merchant hub. The southern part of the old town, especially Sannomachi Street, is particularly charming with its old houses, shops, cafes, and sake breweries that have been around for centuries. Some of the houses in the old town are open to the public, givin... read more
The Shinhotaka Ropeway is a unique attraction in Japan known for its impressive elevation gain and double-decker gondola cars. It ascends more than 1000 meters up the Hotake Mountain Range, which includes Oku-Hotakedake, the country's third highest peak. The ropeway offers breathtaking views of the Okuhida Region.
The ropeway consists of two sections. The first is a short climb of 200 meters on a ...
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Owakudani
Owakudani is a volcanic valley in Japan that was formed by a volcanic eruption more than 3,000 years ago. It is known for its active sulfur vents and hot springs, making it a popular tourist destination in Hakone. The area offers breathtaking scenic views, and on clear days, visitors can even catch a glimpse of the majestic Mount Fuji. However, please note that due to the presence of vol...
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Ameyoko is a bustling market street located between Okachimachi and Ueno stations, running alongside the Yamanote Line tracks. Its name, "Ameyoko," is a shortened form of "Ameya Yokocho," which means "candy store alley" due to its history of selling candies.
Alternatively, "Ame" also represents "America" because the street used to host a black market after World War 2, where many American products...
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Sensoji Temple is a Kannon sacred place with a history of nearly 1400 years. According to temple legend, the principal image appeared in the early morning of March 18, 628, in the Asuka period.The Hinomae Hamanari and Takenari brothers, who lived on the banks of the Miyato River (now the Sumida River), found a statue in a casting net while they were fishing. The Hamanari and Takenari brothers, who... read more
The Kurobe Gorge, located in the rugged mountains of the Northern Japan Alps, is a picturesque and densely forested ravine. Carved by the Kurobe River, it stands as one of Japan's deepest gorges and is renowned for its unspoiled wilderness, towering cliffs, and natural hot springs, making it a popular destination for those seeking scenic beauty.
The main attraction of the gorge, the vibrant red Sh...
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Todaiji, also known as the "Great Eastern Temple," is a renowned and historically significant temple in Nara, Japan. Built in 752, it served as the central temple for Buddhist temples throughout the provinces of Japan. The temple gained immense power, leading to the capital being relocated from Nara in 784 to reduce its influence on government affairs.
The main hall of Todaiji, called the Daibutsu...
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Kasuga Taisha is the most revered shrine in Nara, Japan. It was established alongside the capital and is dedicated to the deity safeguarding the city. The shrine also served as the ancestral shrine for the Fujiwara clan, a powerful family during the Nara and Heian Periods. Similar to the Ise Shrines, Kasuga Taisha underwent periodic reconstruction every 20 years for many centuries. However, this c... read more
The Former Hokkaido Government Office is a notable red-brick structure constructed in 1888, showcasing American neo-baroque architectural style. Serving as a symbol of Hokkaido, the building now hosts historical exhibitions, a museum shop, a tourist information center, and a conference room.
What sets the Former Hokkaido Government Office apart is its distinctive architectural elements, rarely see...
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goryokaku park [hakodate]  This park includes the Goryokaku Fort, Japan's first Western-style fortification shaped like a star, which was build in the latter half of the 19th century. The adjacent observation tower commands a view of the star-shaped fort. The park draws many visitors in spring as a popular cherry-blossom viewing spot. ... read more
Otaru Canal was built in the 1920s as a channel connecting warehouses and the Port of Otaru, which thrived as the gateway to Hokkaido during the period of land reclamation. Stone-built warehouses and gas lamps stand along the 1,140-meter-long canal, recalling the area's heyday.... read more
Jigokudani, also known as "Hell Valley," is a breathtaking valley located near Noboribetsu Onsen.  It derives this nickname from the landscape that resembles a scene from the depths of hell, renowned for its striking volcanic features including steam vents and sulfurous streams, providing the town with its hot spring waters.  Explore the scenic walking trails through the forested hills t... read more
Ryoanji Temple, located in Kyoto, is home to Japan's most famous rock garden. Originally built as a villa for aristocrats during the Heian Period, it was later converted into a Zen Buddhist temple in 1450. Belonging to the Myoshinji school of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism, Ryoanji Temple holds great historical and cultural significance.
The centerpiece of Ryoanji Temple is its enigmatic rock gar...
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Welcome to the stunning Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, a mesmerizing destination where two separate groves merge to form a breathtaking pathway enveloped by towering bamboo trees. Located between the sacred grounds of Tenryu-ji Temple and the JR Sagano-Saiin train tracks, this natural wonder spans 500 meters in length and stretches 140 meters wide.
As you explore this enchanting place, you'll come acros...
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Byodoin Temple, a remarkable example of Buddhist architecture, showcases the beauty of Pure Land design. Originally built as a countryside retreat villa in 998, it was later transformed into a temple by Michinaga's son, who commissioned the construction of the awe-inspiring Phoenix Hall. This iconic hall, nicknamed Hoodo, stands as a testament to the temple's resilience, having survived the test o... read more
Kobe Harborland, a vibrant waterfront district in Kobe, Japan, captivates visitors with its array of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, all set against a romantic evening backdrop. The district's centerpiece, Umie, comprises Mosaic, South Mall, and North Mall, offering diverse dining options, stunning harbor views, and attractions like the Ferris wheel and Anpanman Museum. Connecting bu... read more
Himeji Castle, also known as White Heron Castle, is a magnificent and well-preserved castle in Japan renowned for its grandeur and pristine castle grounds. Standing proudly as a national treasure and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Himeji Castle has never succumbed to war, earthquakes, or fires, making it one of Japan's twelve original castles.
Located strategically along the western route to Kyoto,...
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Osaka Castle History 
Osaka Castle (大阪城, Ōsakajō) has a rich and complex history. Its construction began in 1583 on the grounds of the former Ishiyama Honganji Temple, which had been destroyed by Oda Nobunaga. Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a powerful warlord, envisioned Osaka Castle as the centerpiece of his plans for a unified Japan. It became the largest castle of its time.
However, after Hideyoshi's...
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Universal Studios Osaka is a popular entertainment destination in Japan that offers a thrilling and immersive experience for visitors of all ages. As one of the four Universal Studios theme parks worldwide, it features a diverse range of attractions, shows, and experiences that cater to different interests and preferences.
The highlight of Universal Studios Osaka is undoubtedly its collection of e...
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ย่านดอนทอนบุรี ถนนเล็กแคบที่มากมายด้วย ร้านค้า ร้านอาหาร ของเมืองโอซาก้า เป็นถนนเส้นเดียวเลียบขนานกับคลองโดทงโบริ ตั้งแต่สะพานโดทงโบริบะชิไปจนถึงสะพานนิปปงบะชิในเขตนัมบะของโอซะกะ จุดเด่นของย่านนี้คือป้ายโฆษณานีออนที่โด่งดัง โดยเฉพาะป้ายโฆษณานีออนของกุลิโกะ บริษัทผลิตขนมยักษ์ใหญ่ของญี่ปุ่น


ป้ายโกลิโกะ ริมคลอง มุมบนสะพาน มาแล้วต้องถ่ายเซลฟี่คู่กับป้าย อ้อ....จุดเต่นต้องมาตอนหัวค่ำน่ะครับ จะได้บรรยากาศแสงสี และมีเวลาเดินนานหน่อย เริ่มจากจุดแถวป้าย ยันไปท้ายซอยอีกด้าน สำหรับคนไทยที่มาครั้งแรก ใช้เวลาน่าจะประมาณ 2-3 ชม. สำหรับคุณผู้หญิงเป็นอย่างน้อย
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Matsumoto Castle, also known as the "Crow Castle," is a stunning historical fortress located in Matsumoto, Japan. Its highlight is its unique black exterior, elegant architecture, and well-preserved structure, making it one of Japan's most beautiful castles. Tourists can explore the castle's towering main keep, featuring multiple levels and intricate wooden interiors, offering a glimpse into feuda... read more

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