Kyoto Railway Museum

Kyoto Railway Museum

Not just for railway nerds The Kyoto Railway Museum, completed in 2016, is a grand tribute to over 100 years of railway history in japan….

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Ago Bay

Ago Bay

Islands dotting a rich blue sea Ago Bay, situated southeast of Ise-jingu Shrine, draws visitors with its majestic meandering coast, rich with verdant islands and…

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Kibiji

Kibiji

Cycle an ancient kingdom’s road lined with burial mounds, shrines, and fruit Kibiji is an ancient road connecting Soja and Okayama, the central area of…

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kujukuri & choushi area

Kujukuri Beach

Chiba’s longest beach, Kujukuri Beach, is a hidden gem on the eastern coast of japan. With its 66-kilometer stretch of sandy shoreline, it offers a…

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This is Kete Kesu, a tourist village where we can see the traditional customs and life of the Toraja people! via @shaytheglow

Kete Kesu, Charming Indigenous Tourism Village in Toraja

Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Kete Kesu is a tourist village in North Toraja Regency which is located about 4 km southeast of Ratenpao. The village that has become a tourist attraction is located nar the hills and rice fields so that the natural scenery presented is very green and beautiful. In Kete Kesu Village there is a traditional Tana Toraja house complex called Tongkonan. This tongkonan is often a temporary storage place for bodies that have been wrapped in cloth before being buried.

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Motomachi

Motomachi (Yokohama)

An international selection of boutiques and dining establishments Motomachi is a district located just south of Yokohama Chinatown, and it showcases the city’s international personality…

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St. Francis Xavier Memorial Church

St Francis Xavier Memorial Church

A charming church dedicated to the man who brought Christianity to japan The Yamaguchi Xavier Memorial Church is a stunning architectural gem located in Yamaguchi,…

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Lake Mashu

Lake Mashu

A mist-shrouded crater lake clear to its depths, with a volcano at its heart. This is the enchanting and mesmerizing Lake Mashu, located in Akan-Mashu…

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Hamada

Iwami Kagura

Iwami Kagura is a unique and captivating traditional performance art that has been thrilling audiences in japan for decades. This masked performance art is fast-paced,…

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Hirado

Hirado

A key port of call where the Dutch traded Hirado, historically known as Firando, is a place where Western culture and Japanese culture coexist harmoniously….

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Kirishima Onsen

Kirishima Onsen

Slip into volcanic hot springs deep in Kyushu’s mountains Kirishima Onsen, nestled in the foothills of Kyushu’s Kirishima mountain range, is one of japan‘s most…

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Amano-iwato Shrine

Amano Iwato-jinja Shrine

A shrine and cave full of myth, and dances to the gods Situated in the Takachiho area in Miyazaki Prefecture of Kyushu, Amano Iwato-jinja Shrine…

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