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A marvelous melange of museums, gardens and cascading waterfalls, set against an expansive Pacific coastline and enveloped my magnificent mountains. Ibaraki’s old and new will suit one and all. Check out some of what this beautiful prefecture has to offer.View Prefecture »
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More commonly referred to as 'Shimokita', Shimokitazawa is a bohemian neighborhood that has grown in notoriety in recent years. A haven for vintage clothing shops, great curry and live music, check out some of the sights and attractions it has to offer here!View Neighborhood »
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Ohama Seaside Park
Featuring an observation platform located on higher grounds, this park boasts a view of the East China Sea. Ohama Seaside Park is a popular spot for watching the sunset.
This is a scenic spot that has become known as one of the most picturesque locations in Kamaishi. It is located at the tip of the Hakozaki peninsula overlooking Sanganjima and the Port of Kamaishi.
Yoseigo is located in Yokohama’s Chinatown area where they've been selling dim sum since the 1940s. They also sell a range of steamed dumplings, egg rolls, and more recently, small sweet dumplings shaped like hedgehogs filled with custard cream!
Aoshima Island (Cat Island)
Aoshima is a small island off the coast between Shikoku and Honshu, just off the coast of Ehime famous for it's feline population.
Tokyo Government North Observatory
Although not as tall as the Sky Tree, at 202 meters there is plenty to see of the Tokyo Metropolitan area. The best thing is that its free! Usually its not very crowded, and there are cafe's and restaurants that provide coffee or a nice dining experience.
The Beat Diner
The Beat Diner is an American style style restaurant serving up a range of delicious burgers and other meats.
Beer Bar Lupulin
Lupulin is a Japanese beer and wine bar located in Ginza. They also serve kakigori (shaved ice with flavoured syrup) made with natural ice.
Why Oita Should Be On Your Next Itinerary To Japan
Tucked away on the eastern coast of Kyushu island, Oita Prefecture has many attractions suitable for all types of tourists. While the average visitor may only visit this area for their amazing onsen (hot spring) culture, there is a lot more to this prefectur