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  • Tsubame City & Yahiko Village

    Tsubame City & Yahiko Village

    Tsubame city, where is the production area of cutlery for the Nobel Banquet, has 400-year-history of craftsmanship. Why don’t you experience craftsmanship works by yourself in this craftsmen city?
    In Yahiko village, the very next village to Tsubame city, there is Yahiko Shrine. It’s been the best sacred power place in Niigata Prefecture. There is a hot spring area before the shrine gate so you can relax and stay here.
    Only 2-hour-Shinkansen-ride brings you from Tokyo to Tsubame and Yahiko area, which is worth a visit!

    Tsubame Trip :

    Tin sake cup making at Tsubame Industrial Materials Museum:
    Introduction of Yahiko Village:

  • Matsumoto


    Centered around the national treasure Matsumoto Castle, Matsumoto has thrived as a castle town for over 400 years. Located in Nagano Prefecture, the central part of Japan, the history and culture of Matsumoto have been nurtured in the area’s beautiful natural environment.

  • Kusatsu


    Kusatsu Onsen is considered to be one of Japan’s three great hot spring resorts.
    Thanks to Its location nestled in the mountains, visitors can experience nature all year round.
    Enjoy its great hot spring water and the nature in Kusatsu Onsen!

  • Katsushika


    Katsushika city is located in the eastern-most part of Tokyo, where only takes 20 minutes from Tokyo Skytree by train. You can enjoy seeing a more traditional image of Tokyo in “Old Town”, such as old shopping streets, local bars, and impressive structures.

  • Shinagawa City, Tokyo

    Shinagawa City, Tokyo

    As the gateway to Tokyo, Shinagawa is well-connected and easy to get to. With its own history and culture, a vibrant waterfront, a rich verdant environment, and cutting edge redevelopment areas, Shinagawa has many distinctive face.

    Recommended Location:
    ・Yakatabune (Japanese traditional houseboat),Tokyo Bay Cruising
    ・The famous Old Tokaido Road
    ・Amusement : Shinagawa Aquarium,
    Tokyo City Keiba(Tokyo Night Horse Racing/Oi racetrack)
    ・Meguro River (cherry blossom viewing and illumination spots)
    ・Traditional shopping streets,
    ・Kawara-wari Tile Smashing etc.(Experience Japanese Culture)

  • Yokohama


    Yokohama is the first harbor city introduced to the world as the entrance to Japan. Since the time its port was opened, Yokohama has been vigorously acquiring new cultures and information from foreign countries and introducing to Japan our country’s first-time-ever things from food to a wide range of cultures, which entitles Yokohama as the birthplace of Japan’s modern culture.

  • Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture

    Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture

    Katsuyama is one of the most prominent dinosaur fossil areas nationwide.
    “Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum” is one of the three great dinosaur museums of the world.
    You can see more than 40 kinds of fossilized dinosaurs and specimens on geology and paleontology.

    Another unmissable place in Katsuyama city is Heisenji shrine which was established in the year 717.
    The shrine is covered with thick layer of moss and Japanese cedar trees. The mysterious and sacred atmosphere there with 1300 years of history will make you feel as if you had been transported though time.

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