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Chiba City Tourism Association
2 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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  • Chiba
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  • Chiba Makuhari Seaside Park
  • kaihinmakuhari station
  • Makuhari Beach
  • Walk
  • Photography
  • Photogenic
  • Four seasons
  • Chiba Prefecture
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New otani inn sapporo
23 days ago
The afternoon tea, which started in May, has a lineup of sweets using three types of tea, "matcha, roasted tea, and black tea" [Three Tea Afternoon Tea] 🍵 The previously popular "Push Activity Plan" has also been revived 🥰 as a permanent plan 【Menu】 🍰Suites ・Hojicha chiffon cake ・Matcha pudding ・Tea gateau phrase ・ Matcha hojicha glass ・Matcha NY Cheesecake ・Tea Financier ・Macarons 🥪Savory ・Milanese sandwich with steamed chicken and mozzarella cheese ・Drinking salad (tomato and orange) ・Served with vegetable chips 🍹Drinks ・7 kinds of Ronnefeldt tea ・Coffee ・ Green tea from Tsuchikura     Hojicha ・ 2 types of mocktails (Mocktails are limited to one cup per one person) 💖 Recommended activity limited plan menu ・ Color drink to choose from 8 colors (red, blue, green, yellow, purple, pink, black, white) ・Message cookie (with chocolate pen) ・AR Photo Frame Reservations and details 📞 011-222-1522 (direct line to restaurant reservations) Or on the hotel's ✨ website
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  • Afternoon tea
  • Hokkaido Prefecture
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  • Cafe
  • Cake/Western sweets
  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
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New otani inn sapporo
Feb. 21, 2024
Afternoon tea from March is [strawberry 🍓 × matcha 🍵] Strawberry and matcha tiramisu, matcha and strawberry Swiss roll, etc. There is a lot 🌸 of strawberry and matcha menu that makes you feel spring For savory, we have 🥪 prepared a hearty bagel sandwich with homemade salmon marinade and cream cheese and potatoes On March 1st ~ 15th, it will be a White Day project. We also offer 🧸 a plan that comes with a "mini parfait" with a cute white chocolate bear on it How about afternoon tea in return for Valentine's Day? Reservations & Details 📞011-222-1522 Or On the ✨ hotel website
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  • Afternoon tea
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  • Sweets/Dessert
  • Strawberries
  • Tea
  • Black tea
  • Parfait
  • Sapporo
  • Gourmet
  • New Otani Inn Sapporo
  • ...and 10 others
New otani inn sapporo
Nov. 24, 2023
We have started accepting reservations for the 2024 lucky bag! This year, we have prepared two patterns of lucky bags, ¥10,000 and ¥5,000. Both are very profitable, allowing 🥰 you to enjoy the original products of New Otani and New Otani Inn Sapporo The ¥10,000 lucky bag comes with a ¥5,000 voucher that ♪ can be used at the restaurant It can be ✨ used for meals and for purchasing original products Until 12/28, reservations are only accepted from the hotel website. (The delivery period will be January 1 ~ 3, 2024) May 2024 be a wonderful year. Why don't you celebrate the New Year with New Otani Inn Sapporo's lucky bag? For reservations and details, please see the 👀 hotel website
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  • Traditional Japanese Food
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  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Hokkaido area
  • ...and 5 others
大井神社
Sep. 17, 2023
On both sides of the approach to the shrine with a view of the worship hall, there is a pair of stone top dogs, which always protect the gods. This powerful and dignified komainu was dedicated in 1938 by a then-famous Japanese confectionery shop called "Oki Kyodo" in Hondori 5-chome, Shimada, the year after the start of the Sino-Japanese War (China Incident), and was carved by Shimada stonemason Masuno-chohei. The right pedestal is carved with the words "Takeyu" and the left pedestal is carved with "Nagahisa", and it seems that it is a top dog dedicated to pray for Japan's victory and peace, and the safety of those who went to war.
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  • Oi Shrine (Shimada City)
  • Shrine
  • Traditional culture
  • Unique festival
  • Sculptures
  • Dogs
  • Shizuoka Prefecture
  • History
  • Architecture
  • Japanese heart/Wabisabi
  • ...and 8 others
Justin Schultz
May. 14, 2023
Went to Fukushima over the Golden Week holiday. On our first day we took a bus to Ouchi-Juku and had a great time looking at all the buildings and different shops. The negi soba (soba with a large leek) is famous there so my girlfriend ended up ordering that. She said it was a bit difficult to eat, but fun and tasted great. We also ended up trying a variety of different snacks in the area. The Age-Manju (deep fried manju) was really tasty and we actually ended up getting again later. I was able to take a photo from the famous photo spot at Ouchi-Juku as well (photo #4). I only have an iPhone camera, so the quality isn't the best, but I'm happy with how it turned out. On the way back from Ouchi-Juku we returned via Yunokami Onsen Station and so we got to use the footbath that was attached to the station. It was a really great way to rest up after walking for so long. The station itself was also really photogenic, so I snapped a couple photos from the platform and between the railroad tracks. The hotel we were staying at for the night was in Aizu-Wakamatsu and on the way we found a nice little shop with a large akabeko cow outside and the staff was kind enough to take a photo of us with it. For dinner, we went to a place called Sassa (左雨) and had a really great time. We ended up talking to the owners for a bit and they were super nice. It was also the best tonkatsu I've eaten in my entire life. It was cooked tp perfection, and the dressing that came with the salad and cabbage matched perfectly with it. We probably ended up eating way too many fried foods but it was all really tasty. The next day we visited Tsuruga Castle. The castle was quite cool, but it was a bit more crowded than Ouchi-Juku. Considering it was Golden Week, it wasn't much of a surprise. Either way we had a great time. We started off going for a boat ride around the moat (I got my daily exercise in, as I was rowing the whole time lol). After that we went up into the castle and were able to see a view of the city from the top which was pretty cool. There were also live performances going on in the field in front of the castle which were fun to watch. At that point it was about lunch time so we went over to the row of food stalls (photo #16) and grabbed a bite to eat. There were shops selling all sorts of goods as well, so we spent some time window shopping. After Tsuruga Castle, we went to Oyakuen Garden (御薬園). We ended up sharing a green tea by the pond and relaxing for a bit which was nice. There were a lot of koi inside the pond and a variety of birds flying around as well, so the atmosphere was very relaxing. Photo #20 is supposedly the best view in the garden (it was written on a sign) so I snapped a photo of it. The photo doesn't do it justice, but it was a really incredible view. All in all, we had a really amazing time in Fukushima, but we definitely would like to visit again, as there's a lot we didn't get to do still. I really wanted to try an akabeko workshop but we didn't get the chance, which was a bit disappointing, but we still had a lot of fun, so I can't complain. I definitely recommend visiting Aizu-Wakamatsu if you have the chance!
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  • Japan
  • Tohoku region
  • Fukushima Prefecture
  • Aizuwakamatsu
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Instagrammable
  • Gourmet
  • ...and 9 others
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Aug. 23, 2022
[English/Japanese] Hachioji City has many interesting vending machines. The photo shows a ramen noodle and a pork cutlet sandwich. There are also chiffon cakes and seasonings vending machines. Please look for them. We once had a foreign student from a country that only drinks warm tea. The first time he came to Japan, he drank cold tea from a vending machine and was surprised at how cold it was. There are many interesting vending machines in Hachioji City. The photo shows ramen and katsu sandwiches. There are also chiffon cake and seasoning vending machines. Please look for it. In the past, there was an international student at our school from a country who only drank warm tea. A student who drank cold tea at a vending machine for the first time after coming to Japan said that he was surprised by how cold it was.
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  • Japan
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  • Hachioji
  • Vending machine
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  • Tea
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