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Chiba City Tourism Association
5 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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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 18, 2024
Soshisha This is the residence where Meiji writer Tsubouchi, who is also famous as a translator of Shakespeare, spent 15 years from 1920 (Taisho 9)) to his death in 1935 (Showa 10)). Tsubouchi lived in Ara-lodging (present-day Ginza-cho) for about nine years, translating Shakespeare's plays and writing plays such as "Starry Night in the Shadows" and "The Last of the Righteous Time," but when the quiet lodging became noisy and he could no longer concentrate on his writing, he built this new Sokakisha in Mizuguchi-cho. It came to be called "Soshisha" after the fact that there are two large persimmon trees that are said to be more than 300 years old. In the mansion, there is a tower-shaped bookstore and a brush mound, and the oblate of the gate by Aizu Yaichi's brush is also a highlight. * You can tour the garden and the bookstore. < Middle Gate> The inscription "雙柿屋" on the oblong is written by Yaichi Aizu (Akiyo Michijin). Terayama Takuboku Engraving (1923 (Taisho 12)) < Main Building (Guest Room, Study> The tea room, the couple's living room, and the study on the second floor of the main building were used for special occasions such as creative work and volatilization. <Persimmon tree> One of the old persimmons that gave the name of Shuangkakisha fell due to a typhoon in Showa 54 (1979). "Standing in the winter garden with a skinny king, the appearance of the lid and persimmon is interesting" "Two persimmons, dyeing the gate with the setting sun" * Since the remaining one tree was also in a state of withering, in February 1999 (Heisei 11) (1999), we received a donation of Hachiya persimmons from Minokamo City, Gifu Prefecture, the birthplace of Haruka, and planted a tree. <Brush> It was erected in the 3rd year of Showa 12) (1937) at the thought of his wife. The stone is a natural Tsukuba stone. Underneath this, a brush and a fountain pen used by Xiaoyao are housed in a granite box. The inscription on the monument is Aizu Yaichi. <Monument of Fukunoyu> It was built in Mizuguchien in 1932 (Showa 7) (1932) and moved to Sokakisha in 2007 (Heisei 19) (2007). Nebu River stone with a height of 207 cm, a width of 122 cm, and a thickness of 22 cm. On the occasion of the success of the hot spring spring in Showa 3) (1928), Saiharu named it Fukunoyu, but when erecting a monument describing its origin in Showa 7) (1932), he wrote the title and inscription at the request of Yoshio Mizutani, the owner of Mizuguchi Garden. "Oyster fields to be seen in the old days around here, Yae Yakusei Heru to Kabe Narishi, In view of the changing needs of the time with the large house of the village and Mizutani Nushi, a part of the end of the 11th year of Taisho was turned into an amusement park, and in the fall of Showa 2, the construction was completed as expected in July of the following year, and it was not necessary to order the name of the hot spring and to publish the origin of it.  The land west of the Hatsukawa River is believed to be only a spring vein, and although it is a provisional decree, it always comes to failure, and the vine is the one who has done so before any of the lords of the garden. For the prosperity of this garden, and for the sake of the prosperity of this garden, and for the sake of the prosperity of this garden, and for the sake of the prosperity of this garden, and for the sake of the prosperity of this garden, and for the sake of the fountain, and for the sake of the well, the name of the hot spring is the name of the bath.  August Lucky Day of the 7th year of the Showa era, the persimmon of the house next door, the bald brush is also signed." < kiln-style incinerator> Ikuta Fukuzo. "If this is the handicraft of a lucky man who does not know the pain of an easy furnace." "Two sweet potatoes in the kiln with Ume plum blooming" <Yabu camellia> In 1995, the 60th anniversary of his death, in 1995 (Heisei 7), a "Yabu camellia" was presented and planted by Minokamo City, Gifu Prefecture, where Haruka was born. <Shoyoushooku> Completed in Showa 3) (1928). Haruka's own design that is a fusion of Japanese, Chinese and Western. The body and roof of the tower represent harmony, the column and tortoise belly represent Han, and the battlement on the roof represents the West. The leaves of the kazami (kingfisher) on the tower are by Tomiyasu Aida. Jade is a reference to a phrase in Shakespeare's "Kinglyah." <East Building> Built as a retreat for his wife. Completed in 1934 (Showa 9). ----------------- <Tsubouchi Saiharu Cemetery> "Kaizoji Temple": A 3-minute walk south of Sokakisha. Legal name: "雙柹院始終逍遥居士" Address: 〒413-0016 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Mizuguchi-cho 11-17 Phone number: 0557-86-6232 (Cultural Exchange Office, Lifelong Learning Division, Atami City (weekdays only)) Access/ ■ About 10 minutes Use bus bound for Ainohara from JR Atami Station→ Get off in front of Kurimiya Station → about 10 minutes on foot ■ About 10 minutes Use taxi from JR Atami Station Hours: Open only on Saturdays and Sundays 10:00~16:00 Free of charge Parking/None
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 14, 2024
Kiunkaku Kiunkaku is based on a famous residence built as a villa in 1919 (Taisho 8) and praised as "Atami's Three Great Villas". In 1947 (1947 (Showa 22)), it was reborn as a ryokan, and as a representative lodging of Atami, it has welcomed many guests for lodging nights, and has been loved by Japan's leading literary figures such as Yuzo Yamamoto, Naoya Shiga, Junichiro Tanizaki, Osamu Dazai, Seiichi Funahashi, and Taijun Takeda. It is currently open to the public as a cultural property of Atami City. A lush garden that doesn't look like an urban area. Away from the main building (Japanese-style) that preserves the beauty of Japanese houses. A Western-style building with a unique atmosphere that fuses Japanese, Chinese, European, and other decorations and styles. These exquisite and elegant properties will be passed on to future generations as a historical and cultural heritage. Please take a look. Address: 〒413-0022 4-2 Showa-cho, Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture Phone number: 0557-86-3101 Access/ ■ From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for Ainohara Complex, Ume Plum Garden, Nishiyama, or Hakone (or Shimizu Town circulation) for about 10 minutes → get off at Kiunkaku-mae. ■ About 10 minutes by bus bound for Momijigaoka from JR Atami Station→ get off at Tenjincho → about 2 minutes on foot ■ Yu ~ Yu ~ Bus Use→ get off at Kiunkaku West Exit and walk for about 2 minutes Business hours: 9:00~17:00 (Admission until 16:30) Closed: Every Wednesday (open on public holidays), year-end (12/26~30) Price: 610 yen for adults (460 yen for groups), 360 yen for junior high and high school students (240 yen for groups), free for elementary school students and younger Parking lot / 37 regular cars (free) * Medium-sized buses of 9 meters or less are allowed, large buses are not allowed.
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 13, 2024
ACAO FOREST A vast flower garden consisting of 13 unique theme gardens on a vast hilly area of 200,000 tsubo. With the sea and sky shining in Atami blue, you can enjoy a spectacular view of various plants such as roses, bulbous plants, herbs, and lodging root grass. In addition to seeing the colors of flowers throughout the four seasons, there is also a café "COEDA HOUSE" designed by Kengo Kuma, a Soga Sengen Shrine, a facility where you can experience handmade herbs and aromas, and a commercial facility "ACAO ROSE SQUARE" where you can enjoy dining and shopping. Address: 〒413-0101 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Kamitaga 1027-8 Access: From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for Ajiro for about 20 minutes → get off at "Akao Forest" Business hours: Regular season 9:00~17:00 (last admission 16:00) Closed / None * There is a possibility of temporary closure in case of stormy weather Price: Adult 4000 yen, Child 1000 yen, Pet 1000 yen Parking / Paid P100 cars * Business hours, holidays, prices, etc. are subject to change, so please check the official website in advance.
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  • Flowers
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  • ACAO FOREST
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