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Fukui Echizen-town Tourism Federation
15 days ago
Nice to meet you all and welcome to COOL JAPAN VIDEOS! This is the Echizen Tourism Federation. Echizen Town, Niu-gun, Towns, Towns, Fukui Prefecture, faces the Sea of Japan and has a population of about 19,000. In March 2024, the Hokuriku Shinkansen will be extended to Tsuruga Station in Fukui Prefecture, making access to the Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture more convenient. In COOL JAPAN VIDEOS, we will introduce you to the recommended sightseeing Spot in Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture! Best regards! [What is Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture?] 】 Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture is a beautiful Town facing the Sea of Japan, and is a fascinating area of rich nature and history. Echizen Snow Crab is famous for its seafood and Echizen pottery, and is Visited by many tourists throughout the year. In 2005, the four Town/Village of Nyū District Asahi Town, Echizen Town, Miyazaki Village, and Oda Town merged to form "Echizen Town", which Restrooms available history. [Introduction of recommended Sightseeing spot in Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture] ・Echizen Ninomiya Tsurugi Shrine (Tsurugi Shrine) Echizen Town Oda was the ancestral hometown of Oda Nobunaga, and Oda Nobunaga deeply revered Tsurugi Shrine as a Ujigami(clan deity). The Main Shrine is designated as a prefectural cultural property, and the Bonshō bell is the third oldest in Japan and one of the six national treasures in Fukui Prefecture. ・Cape Echizen Cape Echizen is a cape with a series of 130 meters high cliffs jutting out into the Sea of Japan, where you can Unfolds a magnificent panorama of the sea. From the Observation decks, you can overlook Tojinbo and the Tsuruga Peninsula. It has also been selected as a "100 best sunsets in Japan". ・Roadside Station Echizen Located on the Echizen-Kaga Coast, it sells Fresh Local seafood and agricultural products, and is popular with tourists. Restrooms available are also restaurants where you can enjoy dishes made with Local ingredients, so you can enjoy the taste of Echizen. There is also a one-day hot spring facility that boasts an open-air bath, "Echizen Onsen Open-air Bath Fishermen's Fire" and the "Echizen Snow Crab Museum" where you can learn about the ecology of Echizen Snow Crab and nearby fish. ・Kocho Gate It is a cave about 15 meters high and about 30 meters wide with a hole gaping in the rock due to wave erosion on the Echizen Coast. The promenade is well maintained, so you can see the Kocho Gate up close. ・Nagasuhama Beaches It is the largest beaches in In the town and is crowded with many Beachgoers in summer. In the crystal clear waters, you can also enjoy marine sports such as Scuba Diving. [Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture Specialty Products] ・Echizen pottery Echizen pottery is a traditional pottery from Echizen Town that dates back to the Heian period about 850 years ago. Echizen Pottery's Workshop also Held in Visiting the site and Hands-on workshops, and you can even create your own original creations. ・Echizen daffodils Echizen daffodils are a general term for Japanese daffodils that bloom on the Echizen Coast and are known as a Winter tradition in Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture, Echizen Town. Chiba Prefecture Boso Peninsula one of the Japan's Three Great Crowds along with Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture and the largest area in Japan. ・Echizen Snow Crab "Echizen Snow Crab" is a Snow Crab that is Unload to the fishing port of Fukui Prefecture, and the Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture boasts the highest Unload in Fukui Prefecture. Famous nationwide as a Taste of Winter, it is characterized by its sweetness and delicious taste, and is known as the finest variety of the top brand among snow crabs. Local traditional Japanese restaurants and restaurants serve dishes made with Fresh Echizen Snow Crab, which makes many gourmets Tantalize your taste buds!. ・Echizen Flounder Echizen Flounder is also known as a Specialty Product of Echizen Town. Exquisite sashimi, Cooked fish, grilled fish, and any other dish can be eaten deliciously. ・Other seafood In addition to Echizen Snow Crab and Echizen Flounder, Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture is known for its abundant Fresh seafood such as "Echizen shrimp," "sweet shrimp," "Squid," and "Turbo sazae." In Echizen Town, lively Kaisen Donburi is called "Hama no seikatsu donburi" and can be eaten at many restaurants in In the town. These Specialty Products also Restrooms available popular in Furusato Nozei thank-you gift. [Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture event introduction] ・Echizen Pottery Festival The Echizen Pottery Festival is the largest pottery market in Fukui Prefecture with the theme of Echizen pottery, bringing together Echizen pottery kilns in Fukui Prefecture. There are also shops selling traditional crafts and restaurants and bazaars. ・Echizen Port Fireworks Display Impressive fireworks such as Underwater fireworks will color the night sky of Echizen Town at the Echizen Fishing Port. It is the first fireworks to be Held in in Fukui Prefecture every year, and it tells Fukui Prefecture the visit of summer. ・Asahi Festival Paper-covered lantern floats parade through the towns. It is a historic festival that will celebrate its 49th anniversary in 2024. [Introducing the Tourist Information of Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture! ] 】 Echizen Town, Fukui Prefecture is a Sightseeing spot surrounded by beautiful nature and rich history. In Echizen-cho, Echizen-cho, Fukui, Echizen-cho, Enjoy Enjoying Recommendations so that you can have a wonderful trip!
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  • Echizen
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  • a roadside station Echizen Corporation
  • Fukui Prefecture
  • Hokuriku Shinkansen
  • Seafood
  • Shrine
  • Sea bathing
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都留市観光協会
24 days ago
Hello, this is the Tsuru City Tourism Association in Yamanashi Prefecture. First of all, I would like to introduce Tsuru City. It is the state of the largest festivals in Tsuru City, the "Hometown Era Festival". The daimyo procession consisted of a total of more than 100 people. A prince on horseback, a samurai with a dignified appearance, A red bear shows the virtuosity of throwing a spear, and a princess dressed in a beautiful costume and her waist. You can experience a page of history. In addition, the sight of the four food stalls (festival floats) in the city going around the town while playing the festival is gorgeous. There is also a video, so please take a look at that as well. Please search for "Tsuru City Tourism Association Hometown Era Festival" on YouTube.
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  • Mikoshi/Dashi
Chiba City Tourism Association
29 days ago
Chiba Shrine The main shrine of the North Star god "Myomi-sama". The star of man = Evil removal that controls fate, removes bad stars and leads to good stars, and eight directions that avoid disasters related to the azimuth. Prayer is a lot of worship in search of two powers. Although it is located in the city, it is also famous as a Power Spot where you can feel a mysterious atmosphere when you step inside. According to the legend of Chiba Shrine, when Chiba Tsuneshige moved his residence from Oshii Castle to Inohana Castle, he brought the Myomi-son, which had been handed down from his ancestors, to this place and built the Myomi-sha. After that, it was revered as the guardian deity of the Chiba clan until Chiba Shigetsu was destroyed by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the 18th year of Tensho (1590), and the temple was abolished by the Meiji era separation decree and became the Chiba Shrine to enshrine the main life of Tengochu. The annual summer festival "Myōken Taisai" has been held without interruption since the first festival began in the second year of Taiji (1127) and has become a tradition in Chiba. ■ Access: ・ 10 minutes walk from JR Chiba Station Central Ticket Gate East Exit ・10 minutes by car from Anagawa IC in Keiyo Province ■Address: 1-16-1 Hospital, Chuo-ku, Chiba City
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  • Chiba
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  • Walk
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Sosa Tourism Association.
May. 16, 2024
Hello! This is the Sosa Tourism Association. Sosa City in Chiba Prefecture is easily accessible from Narita International Airport and is a very convenient city to visit for sightseeing. Blessed with a rich natural environment and warm climate, we will introduce the charm of Sosa City, where you can enjoy the scenery of the four seasons. What is ====Chiba Prefecture Sosa City? ==== Chiba Prefecture Sosa City was created in 2006 through the merger of Yokaichi City and Sosa County Noei Town. It is located in the northeastern part of Chiba Prefecture Prefecture and has a population of about 33,000. Facing Kujukuri Beach in the Pacific Ocean, the highly transparent sea is perfect for enjoying summer, and you can enjoy marine sports and marine activities such as surfing and windsurfing. It is famous as a production area for plants and seedlings, and is the largest cultivation area in Japan. ====Introduction Spot Tourism in Chiba Prefecture Sosa City==== 【Yokaichiba Toshogu Shrine】 Yokaichiba Toshogu Shrine is tradition as the place where Tokugawa Ieyasu's missing falcon was found. At the Annual Grand Festival held in May every year, the Mikoshi (portable shrine) is passed along with the rhythm of this region. 【Matsuyama Garden Museum】 In the autumn season, the inside of the Matsuyama Garden Museum is dyed red with autumn leaves and is full of tourists. It is a museum where the works of artist Konokimikudai are exhibited, and many cat lovers visit because many cats are free-range in the museum. 【Hankoji Temple (Iitaka Danrin site)】 Hankoji Temple, the largest and oldest building of Nichiren Buddhism, is a historic site designated by Chiba Prefecture in its entire precincts. Four buildings, the Main Gate, Drum Tower, Bell Tower, and Auditorium, are designated as Important Cultural Properties of Japan, and the entire Precincts are preserved as historic sites designated by Chiba Prefecture. About 500 peonies are planted in the Precincts, and the best time to see them is around the end of April every year. 【Fureai Park Yokaichiba】 Fureai Park Yokaichiba is a community exchange facility that sells agricultural products, plants, saplings, etc. from Sosa City. Inside the facility restaurant serves gourmet cuisine made with ingredients from Sosa City. 【Komon Cherry Blossom】 Komon Cherry Blossom is the only surviving History Old large tree planted in 1698 to commemorate the visit of Mito Komon It is also designated as a designated cultural property of the city. ====Chiba Prefecture Sosa City specialties and local gourmet food==== 【Red Green peppers】 Sosa City is the only production area in Chiba Prefecture that produces red green peppers, and the bright red ripe green peppers cultivation that take twice as long as usual are full of nutrition. 【Peanut Rice Cake】 A famous confectionery Representative of Chiba Prefecture. Peanuts kneaded into the dough are baked to make a very fragrant rice cracker! ====Chiba Prefecture Sosa City Events festival==== 【Komamane】 Komamane, which is held every year on the evening of July 25 in the precincts of Yaegaki Shrine (former Tenno-sama), is a historic festival that has been handed down since the Edo period. Green bamboo is grilled at the festival site prepared in the Precincts, and prayers for a bountiful harvest of five grains, prosperous business, and disease-free life. 【Yaegaki Shrine Gion Festival】 At the Yaegaki Shrine Gion Festival, which is held on August 4 and 5 every year, a total of about 20 Mikoshi (portable shrines) are brought out from 10 towns centered on Yaegaki Shrine. The Mikoshi (portable shrine), which is carried along with the palms of the flutes and drums, is a style unique to this region, and the sight of the parade with a dashing shout of "Anryadota" makes the viewer dance. Another feature of this festival is that cold water is poured on the Mikoshi (portable shrine) procession. ====Chiba Prefecture Sosa City recommended Information! ==== We will send out recommended Information on the COOL JAPAN VIDEOS so that you can enjoy a trip to make new discoveries and memories in Chiba Prefecture Sosa City, so thank you! Please make memories of your trip to Japan in "Sosa City"!
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  • Sosa
  • Chiba Prefecture
  • Kujukuri Beach
  • Yokaichiba Toshogu Shrine
  • Matsuyama Teien Art Museum
  • Fureai Park Yokaichiba
  • Narita Airport
  • Sea bathing
  • Surfing
  • Cherry blossoms
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さすらいの旅人1971
May. 7, 2024
The Spring Takayama Festival (Sanno Matsuri) is an annual festival of Hie Shrine, the god of the southern half of the former Takayama Castle Town, and is held on April 14 and 15 every year. The Minamoto of the festival is said to have originated during the reign of the feudal lord Kanamori of Hida (1585-1692), and the food stalls are said to have originated around 1718, and the craftsmanship is alive and well, such as the karakuri Dedication that shows off the skillful movements of the puppets and the return car with the gimmick. It was the first time I saw it live, and I had only seen it on the news and videos until now, and I was able to experience a very fresh and fantastic world view, and although my photography skills are still immature, I want to convey the impression of seeing it...
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  • Photo Contest
  • Japan
  • History
  • Spring
  • Travel
  • Festival
  • Traditional culture
  • Old-fashioned cityscape
  • Mikoshi/Dashi
  • Hida Takayama
  • ...and 1 others
Asuka
Oct. 8, 2023
Mikoshi Town Gyotoku At this time of year, festivals are held in various places in the local Gyotoku! And Gyotoku was protected as the tenryō of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Gyotoku, which has a deep history, is both a little-known hidden gem spot and a place ♪ to feel autumn. [40% of the mikoshi in Japan] is Gyotoku mikoshi! !️ In 1991 (1991 (Heisei 3)) in Koto-ku, Tokyo The headquarters mikoshi of Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine was made as a mikoshi famous as the best golden mikoshi in Japan! It is a gorgeous mikoshi also called a billion yen mikoshi, but when this mikoshi was delivered, it seems that the funato shrine was reproduced spectacularly! Why don't you come ☺️ and see the mikoshi this autumn season?
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  • Photo Contest
  • Autumn
  • Four seasons
  • Hidden gem
  • Chiba Prefecture
  • History
  • Local PR
  • Shrine
  • Traditional culture
  • Temple
  • ...and 4 others
Nishiokoppe, Hokkaido
Sep. 26, 2023
【Shrine Festival】 The other day, a shrine festival was held to give thanks for the fruits of autumn. On September 7, The West Xingbu district was released on September 11. In the morning, lanterns hung on street lamps It was swaying in the wind. The mikoshi procession is blue and orange happi coat, The banners and fans held up by elementary and junior high school students, as well as the costumes of children, are brightly colored. From nursery school children to adults, People of various generations living in the village lined up, We spent about two hours parading around the city. The lion dance by five junior high school students was also spectacular. Too many photo opportunities The photo folder is full.
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大井神社
Sep. 20, 2023
The Oi Shrine Grand Festival is also called the "Obi Festival" and is a festival in which the god of Oi Shrine returns to the old shrine site (inn) once every three years. Today, for three days including the second Sunday in October, a gorgeous festival is held in the town of Shimada where dainu, daimyo processions, Kashima odori, street stall dances from 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue, and ground dances are held. Especially on the last day, all of them form a large procession together with the mikoshi procession, and they slowly parade for a whole day for a round trip of about 4 km from Oi Shrine to the inn. Due to the appearance and swing of the dainu at this time, as well as the unique form of Kashima Odori, the obi festival has come to be counted as one of the three strange festival in Japan. In addition, since the Edo period, first-class entertainers from Edo have been invited to choreographed dances in each town, Nagauta, and shamisen, and Nagauta in particular is also called "Nagauta Festival" because the iemoto of each school competed for throat.
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  • Oi Shrine (Shimada City)
  • Unique festival
  • Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Festival
  • Traditional entertainment
  • Traditional culture
  • Sightseeing
  • Instagrammable
  • Mikoshi/Dashi
  • Limited edition goshuin
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