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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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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
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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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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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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A-FACTORY ตั้งอยู่ริมฝั่งทะเลทางเหนือสถานีรถไฟอาโอโมริ ในอาคารที่ดูคล้ายโกดัง ที่นี่เป็นโรงานผลิตน้ำแอปเปีล อันเป็นที่มาของชื่อโรงงานซึ่งได้รับการสนับสนุนจาก JR East Railway ในการส่งเสริมนำผลิตภัณฑ์จากท้องถิ่นกระจายไปขายทั่วประเทศ พร้อมๆ กับการขยายเส้นทางรถฟชินคันเซ็นมายังอาโอโมริและการเปิดสถานีแห่งใหม่ Shin-Aomori เมื่อวันที่ 4 ธันวาคม 2010
โรงงานแห่งนี้เป็นยิ่งกว่าโรงงาน เพราะเป็นสถานที่ท่องเที่...
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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
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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ซิบูย่า สแครมเบิลสแควร์ (Shibuya Scramble Square) ตั้งอยู่บนแท่นชมวิว "SHIBUYA SKY" เป็นอาคารที่สวยงามมาก สูง 230 เมตร ทางเข้าอยู่ที่ชั้น 14 ของห้างสรรพสินค้า "Shibuya Scramble Square" สามารถใช้บันไดเลื่อนหรือลิฟต์ได้โดยตรงได้เลย ซื้อตั๋วได้ที่ชั้น 1 เก็บสัมภาระที่ล็อกเกอร์บนชั้น 45 สามารถใช้ช่วงเวลาที่ดีในการชมทิวทัศน์ยามค่ำคืนของชิบูย่าจากด้านบน
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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
Dotonbori is a vibrant and bustling area in Japan known for its lively atmosphere, dazzling neon lights, and diverse culinary scene. Its highlight is the iconic Dotonbori Canal, adorned with running man sign billboards(Glico man sign) and lively street performances, creating a captivating and energetic ambiance. Tourists can indulge in a gastronomic adventure, sampling a wide array of local and in... read more
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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