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Chiba City Tourism Association
1 days ago
Japanese Garden "Mihamaen" A Japanese Garden in Makuhari Seaside Park with an area of about 1.6 hectares. In the pond spring circulation Garden, mountains, rivers, seas, forests, etc. are expressed, and you can fully enjoy the natural beauty of the four seasons. It has a reputation for being able to easily experience Japanese culture. At the authentic tea house "Shoreitei", which is built in a number of strange houses, you can overlook the proud Garden and spend a relaxing time while enjoying seasonal Japanese sweets from Chiba long-established stores and matcha tea (for a fee) from long-established stores in Kyoto. You can also enjoy the experience of feeding beautiful carp that swim gracefully in the pond in the garden. (Paid / Closed in winter) In addition, there are plenty of events where you can easily experience Japanese culture. A variety of events are held, such as koto concerts and guided tours of gardens and tea rooms, so if you would like to participate, please check the official website. If you are staying near Kaihin Makuhari Station, it is within walking distance, so please extend your visit! ■ Business hours: 8:00-17:00 ■ Closed: Yes (please check the website) Fee: ・Admission fee: 100 yen for Adult, 50 yen for elementary, junior high and high school students * If you are 65 years old or older, admission is free upon presentation of your ID. * Matcha (with Japanese sweets) 700 yen for 1 cup (sweets change depending on the season) ■ Access: By < train> About a 10-minute walk from the south exit of Kaihin Makuhari Station on the JR Keiyo Line <By car> (From Tokyo) Approximately 7 minutes after exiting the Higashi-Kando "Wangan Narashino IC"         About 5 minutes after exiting the Higashikando "Wangan Chiba IC" (from the Chiba direction) ■Address: 2-116 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba City
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Suwa Tourism Association
2 days ago
As you all know, Suwa Lake is famous for crossing the gods, but do you know Other about the mysterious natural phenomenon of "Oshi-shi"?  Suwa Lake has particularly strong winds in winter, and once the ice that has not been completely frozen breaks, and the ice fragments are pushed up to the shore by strong winds, a phenomenon called "yomi ice". This seems to be a natural phenomenon that can be seen in large lakes and not in rivers that stream all the time. The pieces of ice look like large pieces of glass, and you can see a fantastic scenery by layering them. In addition, the ice reflected by the sunlight looks very beautiful. Take a walk, take pictures, or experience the fantastic winter Suwa Lake while running or walking. I haven't been out for 6 years, including the last winter. It is not always possible to see the ice and the god crossing. Therefore, in winter, we distribute live videos on the website of the Suwa Tourist Association. We strongly recommend that you check the videos before visiting. ◎ Even if there is ice, riding on the ice is very dangerous because there is a risk of falling into Suwa Lake. Please be sure to observe good manners and watch from a safe place.
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Abhi Sen
3 days ago
The Edo Castle, once the largest fortress, was transformed into the imperial residence Kōkyo after the shogunate fell and the emperor moved to Tokyo. The castle was significantly damaged by fires in 1873 and again during WWII air raids. The moats and stone walls visible around the palace grounds are remnants of the original castle. This location is a popular spot for tourists from all over the world. I captured this photo of the palace during a snowy twilight, when there were very few tourists around. They were struck by the rare beauty of the palace during the snowfall and found it especially captivating to see a lone woman enjoying the serene scene.
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Chiba City Tourism Association
3 days ago
Chiba City Monorail The Chiba City Monorail connects the seaside area, the Central Tokyo area, and the Satoyama area of Chiba City. You can walk in the air in a vehicle with a sleek design. It has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's longest operating distance (15.2 km) as a "suspended monorail", and is a familiar presence Traditional Japanese straw raincoat Chiba City citizens. There is almost no noise or vibration, and the view is outstanding! Currently, the "1000 type" with the same design and the "0 type" that won the Good Design Award have been in operation since their opening in 1988. When you come to Chiba City, why don't you take a walk around the sightseeing Spot along the railway line, which has a variety of attractions, while taking a walk in the air?
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Chiba City Tourism Association
7 days ago
Inohana Park It is a historical park located in the birthplace of Chiba, where Tsuneshige, the father of Chiba Tsuneshige, set up a residence in this area in 1126 (Daijigen). Although it is located in the center of Chiba City, it has a quiet and calm environment and is a place of relaxation for citizens and tourists. In Inohana Park, there is "Chiba Castle (Chiba City Local Museum / Free Admission)", which exhibits Documents on the history of the local area, including Mr. Chiba, who laid the foundation of the town of Chiba, as well as various special exhibitions related to Chiba. The view from the observation deck on the 5th floor is wonderful, overlooking the city and Chiba Port, and sometimes you can see Mt. Fuji. In the calm Japanese space "Inohanatei" with a view of Chiba Castle, there is a green Garden and serves the Specialties Inohana dumplings and sweets. There is also a tea room with a view of the garden, and it is a nostalgic tea shop that conveys traditional Japanese tea culture. You can enjoy the nature of the four seasons in Inohana Park, and especially in Spring, the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, making it a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing. At the Chiba Castle Sakura Festival, food stalls and Kitchen Car using local ingredients are lined up, and local cultural and performing arts live performances Gari live. The Limited Time festival of Chiba Castle illumination and the competition of cherry blossoms at night are reputed to Fascination people. ■ Access: ・From JR Chiba Station, take the Keisei Bus to "University Hospital" and get off at "Local Museums" ・10 minutes walk from Chiba Monorail Prefectural Office Station ・ 15 minutes walk from JR Honchiba Station ■Address: 1-6 Inohana, Chuo-ku, Chiba City
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