On the 3rd Saturday of every August, Kawanishi and Ikeda gather at the banks of the Inagawa River for a night of summer festivities and fireworks. Will the weekend's rain and thunder ruin the event?
This is a guide on Beppu based on my weekend trip there. I went to the Hells of Beppu and Yufuin.
As soon as I set foot in Sagano's bamboo forest, I knew I would write about it. I'm certainly not the first, nor will I be the last, but I must, because it's are true sight to behold.
Traveling alone in Japan provides much more flexibility than a tour group, you get to see what you want to see, for as long as you want!
Overview. This is the first in a series “places worth visiting”, a collection of personal travel narratives on visiting unique locations around the world. They are based on personal recollections and photographs and are meant to give the reader...
Ikeda Castle was once the site of a mighty hilltop fortress that stood during Japan's Feudal Era. Today, it is a smaller reconstruction, part of a beautiful, peaceful park: Shiroato Koen.
In structure the Japanese archipelago can be regarded as the higher portions of several largely volcanic mountain ranges, which rise from the floor of the Pacific Ocean and form a portion of the circum-Pacific
Tamozawa Imperial Villa is a beautifully restored mansion, used by the imperial family. As the only surviving Imperial residence from the Meiji villa, it should not be missed when visiting Nikko.
Okinawa: A to Z Araha Beach: Located close to various U.S. bases, namely Camp Foster and Camp Lester, and the San-A department store. Araha beach is good for people watching, walking, strolling, and jogging. It also has a swimming area that has...
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