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Art Plaza
Art Plaza

Since 2010, Arts In The Plaza has been inspiring Long Beach by showcasing locally handcrafted art, and presenting musical performances and cultural arts, for the enrichment and enjoyment of the community.

Hamawaki Hot Spring
Hamawaki Hot Spring

We visited Beppu Shiei "Hamawaki Onsen" in Hamawaki, Beppu, Ōita. According the director Tatsuya, Hamawaki Onsen is the oldest hot spring area in Beppu Hatto (eight hot springs in Beppu). As the hot spring gushes (湧く waku in Japanese) from a beach (浜 hama in Japanese), this area is named as “Hamawaki Onsen.”

Hayasuihime Shrine
Hayasuihime Shrine

Ise Grand shrine is the most important Shintō shrine of Japan. It is located in the city of Ise, in Mie prefecture. It is a complex of shrines, of which the main ones are It is located in the city of Ise, in Mie prefecture.

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Heiwa City Park
Heiwa City Park

Higashiyama Park TEL: 052-782-2111 Access Get off at Higashiyama Koen Sta. on the Higashiyama Subway Line. A 15-min. walk. or Get off at Hoshigaoka Sta. on the Higashiyama Subwway Line. Take a municipal bus bound for Jiyugaoka 自由ヶ丘.10-min. ride Get off at Heiwa Koen 平和公園 Stop..

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Hioka Park
Hioka Park

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Jangle Park
Jangle Park

The Irozaki Jungle Park opened in 1969 on 12,000 square meters, developed and run by the Iwasaki group, a conglomerate of about 50 companies, dealing with communications, transportation and tourism; hotels and resorts as well as artificial sightseeing spots like this humongous botanical garden.

Jinkaku-ji
Jinkaku-ji

Here's an oddity: the Silver Pavilion doesn't have a trace of silver on it. When the temple was built in the 1480s as a retirement home for the then shogun, the plan was for it to be coated in...

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Kaku Shrine
Kaku Shrine

Itsukushima (厳島) is an island in the western part of the Inland Sea of Japan, located in the northwest of Hiroshima Bay. It is popularly known as Miyajima (宮島), which in Japanese means "Shrine Island". The island is one of Hayashi Gahō's Three Views of Japan specified in 1643.

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Kirishitanjunkyo Memorial Park
Kirishitanjunkyo Memorial Park

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Lawson
Lawson

Lawson Asia Pacific and Puregold Price Club formed a joint venture under the name PG Lawson Company Inc. They opened their first branch in Santa Ana, Manila, on March 30, 2015. Under the partnership, Lawson will provide its expertise in convenience store's know-how and product development while Puregold will provide its expertise in product procurement and localized knowledge of retail consumers.

Manjuji
Manjuji

Manju-ji was founded in the middle Heian period (late 13th century). In 1305, Nanpo Shōmyō (南浦紹明) (1235–1308) was appointed abbot of Manju-ji. Artwork. An artistically noteworthy Amida figure is too large to be moved from Manju-ji for display elsewhere.

Mt. Ryozen
Mt. Ryozen

― 29 ― 人と自然 Humans and Nature 20: 29ï54 (2009) Early Permian fusulines from the western part of Mt. Ryozen, Shiga Prefecture, Japan Fumio KOBAYASHI and Hiroshi FURUTANI Division of Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural and Environmental Sciences, University of Hyogo / Division

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Nanasegawa Nature Park
Nanasegawa Nature Park

The Arakawa Nature Park is a public park with a pond as a major feature that attracts wildlife including birds. There are several footbridges and a covered platform on the pond.

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Oita Art Museum
Oita Art Museum

The brand new Oita Prefectural Art Museum opened in April 2015. Its architecture is designed by a world famous architect Shigeru Ban, who received much attention for the design of the French gallery Centre Pompidou Metz. The collection of OPAM focuses on works by artists who have a close association with Oita Prefecture.

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Oita Gokoku Shrine
Oita Gokoku Shrine

At the shrine you can buy an assortment of charms to take with you. Gokoku Shrine is found close to Ohori Park, the Fukuoka Castle Ruins and the Fukuoka Art Museum. I came across this shrine while walking to Ohori Park.

Oita Motomachi Stone Buddhas
Oita Motomachi Stone Buddhas

Oita Motomachi Stone Budda, Oita: See 21 reviews, articles, and 14 photos of Oita Motomachi Stone Budda, ranked No.14 on TripAdvisor among 84 attractions in Oita.

Oita River
Oita River

English: Rivers of Oita prefecture, Japan. ... Oita River‎ (1 C, 13 F) ... Media in category "Rivers of Oita prefecture"

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Samasama
Samasama

Salon de Cafe SAMASAMA, Ota-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 13 likes · 197 were here. Local Business

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Sano Botanical Garden
Sano Botanical Garden

Hanoi Botanic Gardens or Botanic Park is a green park located in the northwest of Hanoi, established from the early years when the French arrived in Vietnam in the invasion. Currently, it is considered as the green lungs of Hanoi, where those who love nature are immersed in the green leaves and the sounds of the forest.

Sasamuta-Jinja
Sasamuta-Jinja

Sasamuta-jinja (西寒多神社) is a Japanese Shinto shrine in Ōita, Ōita on the island of Kyushu.

Takaosan
Takaosan

Mount Takao (高尾山, Takaosan) is one of the closest natural recreation areas to central Tokyo, offering beautiful scenery, an interesting temple and attractive hiking opportunities.

Takaosan Natural Park
Takaosan Natural Park

An even larger network of hiking trails can be found beyond the summit of Takaosan which connects to the many peaks of the nearby Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park. Considered a sacred mountain, Takaosan has been a center of mountain worship for more than 1000 years.

Takasakiyama Natural Zoological Garden
Takasakiyama Natural Zoological Garden

The Takasakiyama Natural Zoological Garden is located between Oita City and Beppu City. About 1,300 wild monkeys (Japanese macaques) divided into two groups gather at the feeding place in the garden, so that you can view the habits of wild monkeys close up.

Takase Stone Buddhas
Takase Stone Buddhas

The Usuki Stone Buddhas were estimated to be carved during the 12th century, and consist of four groups of stone Buddhas. The reason why these stone Buddhas were carved here is unclear. Cultural Properties. Among Usuki Stone Buddhas, 59 statues are selected as National Treasures of Japan.

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Uenogaoka Park
Uenogaoka Park

7 Top Attractions of Oita Prefecture of Kyushu. ... www.umitamago.jp (中文) HP: ... This art museum is located among the lush green of Uenogaoka Park.

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Yuho Park
Yuho Park

Ueno Park constitutes gardens, temples, museums, statues, and the zoo. It is situated very near to the Ueno station of Tokyo. Getting out of the station’s South exit, we have to walk less than 5 minutes to reach the park area.

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