Echigo Hillside Park was opened in July 1998 on the Japan Sea coast. The basic theme of the park is ‘Learn from heaven, play on earth and meet people at Koshino-sato sanctuary’. The park was built so people could pursue outdoor recreation or cultural activities.
(Funaoka Castle Park) This is the location where the estate where Shibata lived until the Meiji Restoration, and is famous for having the leading cherry blossoms in the Northeast. At the summit is the main enclosure, the middle of the mountain is the second enclosure, and the square as you go in from the Otemon (main gate) is the remains of the third enclosure.
Shoheiso is a high-class traditional hot spring ryokan, located in Izu Nagaoka Onsen resort. Izu Nagaoka is in the middle of Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture. The hotel aims to give its guests an experience of genuine peace in a relaxed atmosphere.
Mitsuke is located in an inland region near the geographical centre of Niigata Prefecture, it has a monument called the "Navel of Niigata" (新潟のへそ, Niigata no heso). Surrounding municipalities. Niigata Prefecture. Niigata; Sanjō; History. The area of present-day Mitsuke was part of ancient Echigo Province.
Ueno Park was one of the capital's first official parks, established in 1873 – but it's mainly worth visiting for the museums that are housed within it (including the National Museum of Nature and Science, and Tokyo National Museum) and for Ueno Zoo, Japan's oldest.
Tochio Family is a very small ski hill in Nagaoka city in the central region of Niigata Prefecture. When the ski hill first opened the address was in Tochio city, but in 2006 Tochio city - along with a few other towns and a village - was merged into Nagaoka city. Nagaoka city is the second largest city in Niigata Prefecture.
Nagaoka; Tsubame; Niigata; History. The area of present-day Yahiko was part of ancient Echigo Province, and developed as a settlement around Yahiko-jinja, a Shinto shrine which was established in the 8th century. The modern village was established on April 1, 1889 with the creation of the municipalities system. The present shrine was rebuilt in 1916.
Nagaoka (長岡市, Nagaoka-shi) is a city located in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. It is the second largest city in the prefecture, after the capital city of Niigata. As of 1 June 2016, the city had an estimated population of 273,746, and a population density of 307 persons per km². Its total area is 891.06 square kilometres (344.04 sq mi).