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高知縣物部川五大景點

想要逃離擁擠的東京,到其他的城市度假嗎?日本高知縣是一個度假聖地,同時可以體驗到日本傳統文化。今天就來介紹大家位於高知縣物部川的五大景點。 物部川是個具有很深文化以及歷史的小鎮,河川旁的稻田,從彌生時代(公元前300年至公元250年)就開始種植稻米,當地居民和他們小鎮的歷史有著密不可分的關西。現在你應該開始好奇了,為什麼?如果你在物部川只有幾天的時間,以下幾個景點希望你們可以去走走看看! 1. 龍河洞 https://tw.tokyocreative.com/sights/48581-ryuga-cave

坂本龍馬的傳說

在日本只要提到這一號歷史人物「坂本 龍馬」,大家一定都非常熟悉,甚至有許多人可以熟讀他的歷史背景。 不論你是否對坂本龍馬感興趣,或是本身就有研究日本歷史,今天我們要介紹日本最受歡迎的歷史人物「坂本龍馬」以及當年他的豐功偉業,看完後你ㄧ定會非常崇拜他。 注意:以下的內容只是網路上的調查,不適合作為教科書來研讀。 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakamoto_Ry%C5%8Dma) 簡單的來介紹一下坂本龍馬(1836-1867),坂本龍馬出生於高知縣高知市的一個鄉士家庭,是

高知縣物部川一日遊

想到日本郊區旅遊卻不知道要去哪裡嗎?讓我們來介紹你個好地方!不論你是家庭旅遊或是情侶出遊,高知縣的「物部川」是個相當適合大人和小孩出門走走的好地方,我們整理了以下的一日遊必走行程,讓你們不讓費時間的玩遍物部川喔~ 10:00am 透千玻璃工房製作玻璃 https://tw.tokyocreative.com/sights/48582-a-little-glass-shop-tochi  首先請大家早餐吃多一點打起精神來,因為接下來的行程會非常的充實! 我們安排的第一個行程是透千玻璃工房,你可以

【宛若仙境的小島~】東京近郊-江之島一日遊

如果你想要體驗都市風景,又想要享受小島風情,那麼你絕對不能錯過江之島~ 江之島是一年四季都適合前往的景點,今天就來跟大家介紹一下老手最推薦的行程喔!  從新宿車站每天都有電車直達江之島,你可以選擇搭程特快的「羅漫史號」,或是買鐮倉,江之島一日券,交通費在2000日元之內可以解決,是不是很划算呢? 江之島車站一走出來,首先會看到的是一座大橋~這座橋走過去,就正式踏到島上啦! 主打景點之一~吻仔魚丼 來到江之島的第一件事情,就是要嚐嚐這裡最有名的「吻仔魚丼」! 沿著熱鬧的大道兩旁,有不少主打生食,醃

Playstation Mini, Sweet potato Frappucinos and Goldfish Phone Booths : This Week in Japan

PlayStation Classic mini console release Christmas has come early this year because Sony has finally released their PlayStation Classic Mini console with 20 of your favourite games built-in, including one of the games that started all our gaming addictions: F

SpaceX, Typhoon Jebi Recovery and Kit Kats : This week in Japan

Space X will be sending ZOZOTOWN’s CEO to Space! Elon Musk’s company SpaceX is fulfilling his promise of sending the everyday citizen to space and he’s starting his mission off by sending one of Japan’s richest men: CEO of Zozotown an

Jojo Murals, Conan and the passing of Momoko Sakura : This week in Japan

Jojo murals around Tokyo to celebrate anniversary Tokyo has fully embraced the beautiful art and odd poses of Hirohiko Araki’s famous manga and anime series, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. The 30th anniversary of the manga publication is currently being

Nishi Awa: Japan’s Hidden Nature Getaway in Tokushima Prefecture

If you have never heard of Shikoku Island in Japan, it will for sure be on your radar soon as many more tourists and foreigners are choosing this area to either travel to or settle down in. But more specifically, one of the prefectures that is gaining a lot of

Naomi Osaka & Typhoon Jebi : This Week in Japan

1. 20 year old Naomi Osaka defeats Serena Williams in US Grand Slam In recent news about 20-year old tennis champion Naomi Osaka beating American all-star Serena Williams spread internationally like wildfire. In one of the most intense finals of the US Open,

Satoyama Run in Hida Takayama

Introducing Satoyama Run, the Japanese marathon event which aims to provide tourists with a unique glimpse into traditional Japanese countryside life and culture. Set in the beautiful Hida Takayama region, the Satoyama Run is a yearly event which promotes inte

Top 5 Things To Do In Tokamachi: Japan’s Hidden Kimono City in Niigata Prefecture

When the word “kimono” comes up in conversation, many will immediately think of Japan and more specifically, Kyoto. And if that person knows alot about Japan, they may even know about Kanazawa as a huge kimono city. But very few people know that To

Confectionery, Fuji Cycling and a Digital Assistant Wife : This Week in Japan

19% increase on Japanese Food purchases by International tourists Alright guys, chill on those sake-flavoured Kit Kats because too many of you guys are dropping some mad paper on these Japanese snacks. According to the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestr

Pikachu Outbreak : This Week in Japan

1. Pikachu Outbreak You were warned, and we hope you listened when we told you to hide yo’ kids and hide yo’ wives again this year because the annual Pikachu Outbreak occurred this year in Japan! And, with rumors of an Eevee epidemic parade&hellip

Sailor Moon Themed Yukatas: This Week in Japan

Sailor Moon Themed Yukatas In the name of the moon, I’ll punish you… for looking devilishly stunning in these Sailor Moon themed Yukatas! Kimono-maker Kyoto Marubeni is coming in to save us from the heat this summer by releasing the most beautiful Sailor

Beach in Fukushima Reopens After 8 Years: This Week in Japan

Fukushima beach reopens after 8 years After the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit north-eastern Japan, Haragamaobama beach in the Fukushima Prefecture has finally reopened to the public. Like Haragamaobama, several other beaches were ravaged by

Why Oita Should Be On Your Next Itinerary To Japan

 Tucked away on the eastern coast of Kyushu island, Oita Prefecture has many attractions suitable for all types of tourists. While the average visitor may only visit this area for their amazing onsen (hot spring) culture, there is a lot more to this prefecture

Top 10 Spots in Shima City, Mie Prefecture

Top 10 Spots in Shima City, Mie Prefecture  Introduction:  One of Japan’s most popular resort areas, Shima City can offer the perfect paradise vacation for any tourist. Located in Mie Prefecture, neighboring Ise and Toba city, Shima hosts some of the most beau

Akita Food Guide

Photo Cred: Flickr user yoppy 44124362019@N01/2303950259/Kiritanpo Nabe Want to warm up after spending a day in the cold Akita Winter? Look no further than the classic Kiritanpo Nabe, a hot pot dish that is served with the season’s ingredients, but most impor

Akita Access Guide

Photo Cred: Flickr user Hyougushi 71481771@N00/3686900111/Plane Akita has an airport, with domestic flights coming in from such places as Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Sapporo. Buses connect the airport with Akita Station, and a ride costs ¥980 and takes 40 minute

The Best Times to Visit Akita

Senshu Park in SpringSenshu Park is known for its beauty in all four seasons, but is especially beautiful in the spring. The park has over 800 sakura cherry trees that all bloom at the same time. It’s at this time that there are festivals that happen, where pe

First Time in Akita

Photo Cred: Flickr user Sorasi Photography 85755314@N06/7880328252/Akita Museum of Art The Akita Museum of Art is Akita prefecture’s leading art installation, built by the famous architect Ando Tadao, known for creating many prefectural art museums as well as

Fukui Food Guide

Saba no HeshikoWhat makes Saba no Heshiko is that, rather than being dried regularly, the fish is actually pickled in “Nuka” or rice bran. Nuka is the shavings taken off of individual rice grains, as normally rice grains are brown. These shavings give the vege

Fukui Access Guide

Getting to Fukui is relatively easy, and there are two ways to get to the prefecture by train from the Tokyo Area. Depending on where you want to visit before or after your trip to Fukui, you may want to think about which route to take. You can also get to the

Fukui 1-day-tour Itinerary

Fukui is relatively small, and many of the points of interest are close by. Unfortunately, some of those points may be a bit far from public transportation, so best case scenario would be to rent a car and drive directly to these spots. If not, you can still t

The Best Times to Visit Fukui

Echizen Historic Pageant in SpringThe Echizen Pageant is a festival that is held every year in order to celebrate Fukui’s culture and important historical figures. Each year people dressed in elegant traditional Japanese clothing and armor walk a 1.5 km stretc

First Time in Fukui

Photo Cred: Flickr user Pyonko 99001450@N00/5799941068/The Tojinbo Cliffs Fukui is characterized by its rocky shores, and the Tojinbo Cliffs are Fukui’s most famous rocky outcropping. The cliffs are basaltic cliffs, which gives the rocks their distinct geomet

Fukushima Food Guide

Kozuyu – a combination of Mountain and SeaKozuyu is a type of soup that includes an assortment of unique ingredients, diced and simmered in a pot for some time. Traditionally, it was made by both well-off samurai and common folk alike, as the ingredients were

Fukushima Access Guide

Fukushima can be easily accessed from Tokyo through various means, as with many prefectures in the northern part of Japan. While the exclusion zone may make your travels a little longer depending on where you want to visit, most places in Fukushima are unaffec