Category: Shrine and Temples

Experience the traditional old Kyoto in Higashiyama District!

The Higashiyama District is the wonderful site to visit where you can experience traditional old Kyoto. Higashiyama was created in 1929 when it was split off from Shimogyō-ku and also it is considered one of the eleven wards in the city of Kyoto. Higashiyama street is filled with small shops, cafes, and restaurants. Don’t go […]

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Explore the top 5 attractions in one of the oldest city In Japan, Kyoto and enrich your travel diary!

Kyoto is known as one of the oldest city of Japan and was once served as the capital and the emperor’s residence from 794 up to 1868. It is one of the seventh largest city  of Japan.   CHECK OUT THE TOP 5 ATTRACTIONS LISTED BELOW OF One Of THE OLDEST CITY OF THE LAND OF […]

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Simplicity is the most beautiful thing in Japanese culture!

Japan is the most beautiful country and also it is also popular among people. not only that tourist can also enjoy the beauty of Japan. The country is filled with so much wonderful design, culture, and history. When it’s about simplicity then there are 5 things you can experience around the Japan. Let’s look 5 […]

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Some important information about Shinsaibashi Station in Osaka!

Shinsaibashi Station is a metro station which is located in the Shinsaibashi, Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. The station was first opened on May 20, 1933, and it is operated by Osaka Municipal Subway. The station contains three lines such as Midōsuji Line, Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line and yotsubashi Line. Midōsuji Line for Namba, Tennōji, Nakamozu, Umeda, Shin-Ōsaka […]

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A Guide To Some Of The Buddhist Temples In Japan

Japanese shrines and Buddhist temples are one of the tourist attractions in Japan. Here is a list of Japanese Buddhist temples. Please check before planning your trip! Asakusa sensoji @ 00halieで共有された投稿2017年8月25日午後6時42分(PDT) It is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Tokyo. In this temple, Bodhisattva Kannon god (mercy and compassion goddess) is important. Asakusa is […]

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3 magnificent place to visit in Naha. The largest city in Okinawa

Do you know about Naha? Naha is the largest city in the capital of Okinawa Prefecture, with more than 300,000 people living. At ports and airports it also serves as a base for regional transport that provides direct flights and ferry connections to other parts of Okinawa, Japan and Asia. The former capital of the […]

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3 Must Things To Do When You Visit Home To The Best Shrines And Temples In Japan – Nara

Nara hold the richest collection of the traditional Japan’s sites and is home to some of the best shrines and temples along with several beautiful gardens and museums. It is one of the compact city in Japan known for its first-class sights which include the famous Daibutsu (Great Buddha) at Todai-ji Temple, Nara-koen park and […]

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Nikko…3 best traditional place to visit in Nikko.

Nikko is a town at the entrance to Nikko National Park, most famous for Toshogu, Japan’s most lavishly decorated shrine and the mausoleum of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate. Nikko, which means “sunlight” in Japanese,Nikko showcases some of Japan’s most splendid – even gaudy – high culture in a serene and evocative […]

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3 things you should do when you visit Kushida shrine

Kushida Shrine is located in Hakata, downtown Fukuoka city. It is not only famous for the Hakagion Yamagata Festival, it is also known as a popular place for those who enjoy shopping and food. In Hakata, the Otafuku Mask Festival that can pray for the eternal youth is being held. The summer festival occupies a […]

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Tebura ..Reserve your luggage storage and explore the beautiful Japan

Tebra is a luggage storage company and you can store your luggage in a locker. Tebura offers reservation options. Tebura is the first company to come up with an online luggage reservation service. By giving this option, the company has established and gained popularity among people. You can make a reservation for 3 days, but […]

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