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  • Daigo-ji

    One of the largest temple complexes in Kyoto designated as a World Heritage site that houses a number of national treasures and important cultural properties.

  • Iruka (Dolphin) Marine World

    A marine park where you can see wild dolphins all year round and enjoy dolphin watching

  • Hasshoku Center

    A fresh seafood market offering precious gourmet at reasonable prices made with fresh local ingredients!

  • Ushiku Daibutsu

    As high as 120 meters! The world's biggest standing statue in bronze that is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records.

  • Tojinbo

    A popular tourist destination for rugged basalt cliffs stretching over one-kilometer long. Viewing the Sea of Japan from the top of the cliffs is renowned for one of the best scenic beauty spots.

  • Kashima Jingu

    One of the best Japanese shrines dotted with a few sacred power spots.

  • Hiroshima Museum of Art

    A museum that has been healing people in Hiroshima with art. Its theme is “For Love and Peace”.

  • Gembikei

    Enjoy the beauty of 4 seasons at the spectacular ravine designated as a national natural treasure.

  • Meriken Park

    A seaside park with Kobe's famous landmarks.

  • Gyokusen-ji

    It is a "Temple of flowers" where you can see flowers all year long, including the remarkable primrose.

  • Kamo Aquarium

    The aquarium that exhibits the most kinds of jellyfish in the world! Because of its distinctive way of exhibiting, this place has many fans.

  • Higashi Chaya District

    Tea houses of the past in Kanazawa City’s largest tea house district.

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