The Bandai Bridge (萬代橋, Bandai-bashi) is a bridge crossing the Shinano River in Niigata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan via National Route 7. The current bridge was constructed in 1929, and was designated as a nationally Important Cultural Property in July 2004.
There are about 90 different sake breweries located in Niigata, and today we would like to introduce Imayotsukasa Sake Brewery, which was founded in 1767. The Japanese sake label KOI, made by Imayotsukasa, gathered a lot of attention from countries around the world such as England, Germany and the US and has won design awards because of its unique and fresh design.
La región de Kyushu está formada por la isla más al sur y el conjunto de islas menores que incluyen a Okinawa. En Kyushu hay muchos lugares que visitar incluyendo la ciudad de Fukuoka, uno de los principales balnearios de aguas termales de Japón, Beppu-onsen, y el impresionante Castillo de color oscuro de Kumamoto.
With approximately 500 varieties and 20,000 specimens of sea life on display, the facility is one of the most prominent aquariums on the Sea of Japan coast The aquarium introduces aquatic life forms from around the world with an emphasis on the wondrous environments of Niigata and the nearby Sea of Japan.
Niigata Prefectural Baseball Stadium (新潟県立野球場) is a baseball stadium in Niigata, Niigata opened on July 1, 2009. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home of the Niigata Albirex Baseball Club, the stadium hosted one NPB All-Star Game in 2010.
The Niigata Prefectural Botanical Garden (新潟県立植物園, Niigata Kenritsu Shokubutsuen) is a 19.8 hectares (49 acres) botanical garden and arboretum located at 186 Kanazu, Akiha-ku, Niigata, Niigata, Japan. It is open daily except Mondays; an admission fee is charged.
Niigata Gokoku Jinja Yokaren Monument Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture. Niigata Gokoku Jinja was established in 1868 as a Shinto shrine to remember persons from Niigata Prefecture who lost their lives in wars to protect Japan (gokoku means "defend country").
Shibata Castle (新発田城, Shibata-jō) is a Japanese castle located in Shibata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. Throughout the Edo period, Shibata Castle was home to the Mizobuchi clan, daimyō of Shibata Domain. The castle was also known as "Ayame-jō" (菖蒲城, "Iris Castle").
Website: http://www.toyohaku.gr.jp/sizensi/ 6. Toyohashi City Public Hall. Source: Lombroso. It was termed a National Asset in 1998 and was built by Yoshihei Nakamura, who also made the Shizuoka Municipal Hall. The two halls have arcades reminiscing the Islamic ones. The hall is of Romanesque nature due to the early Spanish influences in Japan.
Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum Mika Ninagawa Photography Exhibit (Past) The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum is featuring yet another fantastic exhibition. Until February 28th, 2016, they have on display approximately 480 of Mika Ningawa’s photographs- the largest collection of her works to date.
Having Yahiko-jinja Shrine as the first on the list, Mt. Yahiko is said to be the greatest location in Niigata where mystical energy flows. Indeed, visitors can feel the power of god when they come to this place, which is a mountain densely covered with woods.
Although the start of Yutagami Hot Springs has faded in history, an account in existing archives describes it as a spa in the Shibata Domain in 1738. Also, the name is included in a list of hot springs of Japan issued in 1891 together with some 100 or so other hot springs. Due to the potent effects, locals know the hot springs as healing water.