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【JAPAN TRAVEL NAGANO】Travel in the Countryside of Nagano(長野の旅)Part1

Nagano, the prefecture hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 1998 is popular with the ski resorts such as Nozawa and Hakuba among domestic and international visitors. Meanwhile, there are a lot of places worth visiting during other seasons. Historical landmarks such as Zenkoji Temple and Togakushi Shrine as well as old villages of Tsumago and Narai that used to be post towns centuries ago are popular destinations.

History Shrine Temple Street

Osaka Major Cities

Osaka is the second largest city in Japan that attracts international visitors to popular towns such as Dotonbori and Shinsekai. The video shows how local people are living ordinary lives dealing with COVID-19 wearing masks in major towns in Osaka during the state of emergency which was lifted as of June 21, 2021.

Street Shopping Observatory Amusement park

Tokyo before Olympic Games

Tokyo is the hosting city of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games postponed to July 2021. The video shows how local people are living ordinary lives dealing with COVID-19 wearing masks in major towns in Tokyo during the state of emergency which was lifted as of June 21, 2021.

Street Shopping Park

Okayama, Onomichi, Kurashiki

Okayama Prefecture is bordering Hiroshima Prefecture on the west. Okayama City, the prefectural capital is famous with Oakayama Castle with its notable black exterior and Korakuen Garden, one of Japan's three outstanding gardens along with Kenrokuen in Kanazawa City and Kairakuen in Mito City. Kurashiki is a historic merchant town that is famous for its canals running through the old quarter with unchanged atmosphere from centuries ago.

Castle Garden Park observatory Canal History Street

Nagasaki Vacation

Nagasaki played a very important role as the only port that permitted foreign trade from mid. 17th to 19th Century during the national isolation policy by the government. Many of the influences from international culture from the countries such as the Netherlands and Portugal can still be seen in the town. Nagasaki is also known as the atomic bombing after Hiroshima in World War II. You can visit memorial places in town that remind the tragedy.

Park Museum Island Street Eat History View

Weekend in Saitama

Saitama Prefecture is located just north of Tokyo. Kawagoe is popular because of its traditional architecture and old-fashioned streets and shops, known as “Little Edo” named after the former name of Tokyo during the Edo Period (1603-1867). Nagatoro is another popular destination in Saitama for Nagatoro River Cruise surrounded by natural landscape which is within 2-hour train ride from Tokyo.

Temple River Street View

Fukuoka in a Day

Fukuoka is the biggest city on Kyushu Island in Southern Japan. It is an important harbor and a hub for Japan travel. In the Edo Period (1603-1868), Fukuoka Castle was the largest castle in Kyushu. It was torn down, but its castle walls remain in Maizuru Park, a popular cherry blossom spot in the spring. Fukuoka is famous in Japan for its culinary culture and cuisine, its many food stalls (yatai) and Hakata Ramen - thin noodles in pork-based tonkotsu soup. Visit the Yanagibashi Rengo Ichiba (fish market) and the yatai in the Nakasu area to try Fukuokas’s best foods.

Eat Ramen Street food market History Castle Park

Nara for first timers

Nara was Japan's first permanent capital in the 8th century before moving to Kyoto. Eight sites including Japan's oldest and largest temples in Nara was designated as "Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara" by UNESCO. The city is located less than one hour from Kyoto and Osaka and attracts visitors with its full chest of historic treasures.

Nara Temple Shrine Park Street Buddha

Osaka night plan

Osaka is an exciting city for visitors and the town becomes more vibrant after sunset. Large neon billboards along the Dotonbori River in the Minami (southern) area is the most iconic landscape of the town. There are dizzying arrays of restaurants, food stalls, and shops in Dotonbori, Hozenji Yokocho and Shinsekai. The traditional atmosphere in the busy quarters of the town have not changed for decades.

Osaka Night Observatory Eat Street