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Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion)

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GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
Walk The Philosopher's Path At This Kyoto Temple That Proves All That Glitters Truly Isn't Gold
 
The brother temple to Kyoto’s famous Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji), the Silver Pavilion (Ginkaku-ji) doesn’t actually have any silver applied to its exterior.
It’s precisely this la...

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Koriyama Castle

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 Romance Comes Alive
 The 2020 Yamato Koriyama Castle Festival which was scheduled to take place between March 24 and April 07 has been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Koriyama Castle is an impressive location, and the castle itself isn’t even necessarily the most int...

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Secret Sake for English Speakers

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Great Sake, Great Food And Great Conversation
Sake is one of the symbols of Japan. It is also one of the many reasons why visitors come from around the world to visit. Despite its popularity, though, there aren't all that many places that can offer great sake in English but if you ar...

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Grantia Hanyu Spa Resort

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Experience The Best Resort And Spa In Hanyu, Saitama
Nothing beats the experience of staying at a spa resort. The warm smiles and helpful staff, convenient amenities, delicious and fresh breakfast dishes, but of course, the highlight is the natural hot springs. At this spa resort, yo...

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Hidden Charms of Oimachi Yokocho

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Visit This Yokocho For Showa-Era Pubs And More 
When you get off at Oimachi Station in Shinagawa, one of the first things you will notice are the department stores and shops you are used to—but if you walk 30 seconds from the station, you will encounter a place where you have slipped...

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Sakura Fes Nihonbashi

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JAPAN TRAVEL
An OFF TO MEET-Themed Spring Event
When: Mar 15 - Apr 5th 2020, 12:00am - 11:59pm
Sakura Fes Nihonbashi is a spring event from March 15 to April 5, 2020 hosted in the Nihonbashi, Yaesu, and Kyobashi areas featuring artwork and special menus that can only be experienced in the "here a...

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A Visit to Ebisu Garden Place

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Photography, Beer And Festivals
Ebisu Station is next to the popular Shibuya Station on the JR Yamanote Line, but I have to admit that I hadn’t explored the Ebisu area well enough. Actually, my only visit there was for the Photographic Art Museum.
Compared with lively Shibuya, the ar...

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A One-Day Tour of Tokyo’s Suginami Ward

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Go west off the beaten path to experience the quiet wonder of everyday Japan with this special itinerary.
 Know before you go…
This itinerary takes you on foot and by train around the four main neighborhoods of Suginami Ward in western Tokyo: Nishi-Ogikubo, Ogikubo, Asagaya and...

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Showa no Mori Museum

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A step back in time to Showa Era life
The 63 years of the Showa Era in Japan were tumultuous, spanning the time from the Meiji Emperor’s death on Christmas Day in 1926, through wartime devastation, post-war deprivation and recovery, and the “economic miracle” of Japan becoming the se...

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Zao Fox Village

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For fox sake.
Japan is cute animal sanctuary central and what could possibly be cuter than a fox village? In the picturesque mountains of Miyagi prefecture you can watch, feed and take adorable pictures with six different breeds of Japanese foxes.
Once you arrive, stock up on c...

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