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Matsumae Town, Hokkaido
6 days ago
🌸 Reaching the cherry blossom front line in 🌸 Matsumae Town At the Matsumae Town Hall Commerce, Industry and Tourism Division, today, April 16, 2024 (Reiwa 6) At 11 a.m., we declared the blooming of Somei Yoshino, a standard tree that landed in Hokkaido on the cherry blossom front. This year, it bloomed 🌸 11 days earlier than the average year and 5 days later than last year In Matsumae Town, the "76th Matsumae Sakura Festival" will finally be held from this weekend! 10,000 cherry trees of 250 species bloom one after another in spring in Matsumae Town. Enjoy 🌸 the earliest spring in Hokkaido in Matsumae Town Event Information of the Sakura Festival can be found from the profile on this page. You can 👀 check it on the linked "Matsumae Town Official Tourism Site" ------------------------------------------ The names of the cherry blossom varieties listed this time are as follows. 1. Someiyoshino 2. Oyama Sakura (Oyamazakura) 3. Chishima Sakura 4. Pale red weeping 5. Arcolade 6. Mamezakura 7. Kawazu cherry blossoms 8. Fuyuzakura
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Kawazu Tourism Association
Mar. 6, 2024
Here are some recommended sightseeing spots in Kawazu Town, a beautiful town surrounded by the nature of the sea and mountains! This time, I would like to introduce "Kawazu Ruins of the Castle". ・Kawazu Castle overlooking cherry blossom trees Shiroyama is located northeast of Kawazu Station, and is a 181-meter-high mountain called Mt. Dainichi because it enshrines Dainichi Nyorai at the top of the mountain. There used to be Kawazu Castle, which was built by Kageyama Kageyu, who drew the blood of the Ashikaga clan, but it was attacked by fire from the foot of Mt. by Hōjō Sōun, and since there was no water, he tried to extinguish the fire with military rice, but it was not extinguished and the castle fell. Even now, when you dig in the mountains, you can find grilled rice. Legend has it that if you feed this grilled rice to cows and horses, they will not get sick. ◆ Detailed information ◆ 【Spot name】Kawazu Ruins of the Castle 【Address】Shiroyama Kawazu Town Sasahara Kamo District, Shizuoka Prefecture 【Business hours】9:00~16:00 【Regular holiday】Open open all year 【Parking lot】None 【Other】Please walk in familiar athletic shoes.
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 14, 2024
Atami Castle Atami Trick Art Labyrinth Museum Atami Castle towers over the summit of Mt. Nishikigaura, a scenic spot in Atami. The Tenshukaku Observatory, where you can enjoy a 360-degree panorama, is the best viewing point in Atami where you can see not only the city of Atami City, but also Yugawara, the Manazuru Peninsula, Hatsushima and Oshima floating on a clear day, and the Izu Peninsula in the direction of Ajiro and Ito. In spring, it is known as a famous place for cherry blossoms, and in summer, you can watch the fireworks festival from the castle tower as if you were a prince. (Cherry Blossom Festival is late March ~ early April) In the castle, there is a samurai culture museum that exhibits armor and swords, a ukiyo-e shunga museum, an Edo experience where you can change into Edo costumes and take pictures, a jet foot bath 120m above sea level, a free game corner, etc., so there are plenty of highlights and fun! At the Atami Trick Art Labyrinth Museum, an annex of Atami Castle, you can enjoy a very mysterious trick art where you can feel the three-dimensional two-dimensional paintings. About 40 pieces of various trick art such as sea creatures, dinosaurs, beasts of prey, and jaws are on display. Not only to look at the art, but also to take interesting pictures, experience the illusion of being a giant or a dwarf, see, touch, shoot, and have a great time! Lose track of time and get carried away with tricks. It is a place where you can have an exciting experience with your family, friends, and couples, no matter who you come with. Address: 〒413-0033 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Sogayama 1993 Phone number: 0557-81-6206 (Atami Castle) Access/ ■About 10 minutes by car from JR Atami Station ■ From JR Atami Station, take the bus to Atami Port and Korakuen for about 10 minutes, get off at Korakuen Garden→ take the Atami Ropeway Use about 3 minutes→ walk from Summit Station, and walk for about 3 minutes. ■ From JR Atami Station, take the Yu~Yu~ bus for about 15 minutes →Atami Castle get off Business hours: 9:00~17:00 (Admission until 16:30) Open open all year Facility fee: 1100 yen for adults, 600 yen for elementary and junior high school students, 450 yen for 3~6 years old (2-facility set ticket / 1800 yen for adults, 950 yen for elementary and junior high school students, 700 yen for 3~6 years old) Parking fee for 100 cars: 500 yen (1 time)
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イエローフィット
Jan. 30, 2024
World Heritage Site Nakijin Castle Ruins Wall Illumination / Nakijin Gusuku Cherry Blossom Festival / Nakijin Castle Ruins, a World Heritage Site located in Nakijin Village in northern Okinawa Prefecture Japan's earliest cherry blossom festival started here in the northern part of the country. I went to see the beautiful cherry blossoms at night and the fantastic illumination of the castle walls, but the cherry blossoms were still in bloom for 3~5 minutes. The cherry blossoms in Okinawa are called Kanhizakura and are dark pink. It usually blooms in mid-January ~ early February. I didn't get a shot of the cherry blossoms and the city walls, but I hope to be able to introduce them next time when the cherry blossom front moves south to the south.
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イエローフィット
Jan. 30, 2024
World Heritage Site Nakijin Castle Ruins Wall Illumination / Nakijin Gusuku Cherry Blossom Festival / Nakijin Castle Ruins, a World Heritage Site located in Nakijin Village in northern Okinawa Prefecture Japan's earliest cherry blossom festival started here in the northern part of the country. I went to see the beautiful cherry blossoms at night and the fantastic illumination of the castle walls, but the cherry blossoms were still in bloom for 3~5 minutes. The cherry blossoms in Okinawa are called Kanhizakura and are dark pink. It usually blooms in mid-January ~ early February. I didn't get a shot of the cherry blossoms and the city walls, but I hope to be able to introduce them next time when the cherry blossom front moves south to the south.
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  • Light up
Matsumae Town, Hokkaido
Dec. 6, 2023
Hello 😃 everyone Today, I would like to introduce the 📷 recent state of Matsumae Town ● Snow fell, December 1 1st photo: Matsumae Castle. There was a thin layer of ice in the moat 2nd photo: Ryuun-in temple with snow scattered around. Ryuun-in is the only temple that was spared from being burned down in the Hakodate War ● Very good weather and snow melted, December 5 3rd photo: Matsumae Castle Street. It is a shopping street that reproduces the atmosphere of a former castle town 4th photo: Photograph of castle street from along the national highway. What you see in the photo is the Omatsumae River In the future, we will regularly introduce the state of Matsumae Town Please look forward to✨
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Matsumae Town, Hokkaido
Dec. 4, 2023
NICE TO MEET ALL 🌸 THE VIEWERS OF COOL JAPAN VIDEOS It is the southernmost town of Hokkaido, Matsumae Town. It is the only castle town in Hokkaido and is also known as a famous place for cherry blossoms. It takes 🏯 about 2 hours by car from Hakodate City In this first post, we will introduce 😀 the main tourist attractions of Matsumae Town ●Matsumae Castle (Fukuyama Castle) The official name is Fukuyama Castle. It is the last Japanese-style castle built in Japan in the first year of Ansei (1854). It was destroyed by fire in Showa 24, leaving the Honmaru Mikado gate, but later restoration work such as the castle tower was carried out, and the appearance of the past was revived. Currently, the inside of the castle tower is open to the public as the "Matsumae Castle Museum". ●Matsumae Park It is a park that spreads around Matsumae Castle, and is a tourist spot that has been selected as one of the "100 Best Places to See Sakura" by the Japan Sakura Association. From late April to mid-May, early blooming, middle blooming, late blooming... You can enjoy 250 species and 10,000 cherry blossoms that bloom in order, and some of them were born in Matsumae. On this page, in addition to information about events in Matsumae Town We will introduce the sightseeing spots and nature in the town. Thank you 😄 for your continued support
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