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Tateyama City Tourism Association
8 hours ago
How do you do! This is the Tateyama Tourism Association. Located at the southern tip of the Boso Peninsula, Tateyama City is blessed with abundant nature and a warm climate. The COOL JAPAN VIDEOS account provides plenty of information and recommendations on attractive sightseeing spots in Tateyama City. Please follow us! With a population of about 43,000, Tateyama City is blessed with a mild climate with an average annual temperature of 16°C. The west side of the city faces the southern end of Tokyo Bay, and the south side of the city faces the Pacific Ocean (Sotobo), where you can enjoy marine sports such as Scuba Diving and swimming. In addition, the Prefectural Tateyama Wild Bird Forest in the Tateyama City are selected as "100 best forests for forest bathing", and the area around the Hirasunaura Beach is selected as "100 best Hakushaseishou" and "100 best roads in Japan". ■ Introducing 7 sightseeing spots in Chiba Prefecture Tateyama City! [ Tateyama Castle / Shiroyama Park ] It is a park built by maintaining the residence Ruins of the Castle of the Sengoku daimyo The Satomi Clan in the Boso region. At the top of Shiroyama Park is Tateyama Castle (Hakkenden Museum), where Documents from "Eight Dogs of Satomi" are on display. Seasonal flowers such as Ume plums, camellias, cherry blossoms, and azaleas bloom in the park. [ Minato Oasis "Nagisa no Eki" Tateyama ] It is a facility that can be enjoyed by both children and adults, such as the "Umi no Marche Tateyama" where you can buy fresh seafood and local specialty products, the "Seaside Plaza" and the "Observation Deck" with a large aquarium. [ Awa Shrine ] The sacred tree of Ichinomiya Shrine in Awa Province Awa Shrine is over 500 years old, and the Sea Cave Ruins in the precincts is designated as a prefectural historic site. During the spring cherry blossom season, Someiyoshino's "Cherry Blossom Tunnel" in the precincts welcomes cherry blossom viewers. [ Daifukuji Temple (Kannon on the Cliff) ] It is called "Kannon on the cliff" because the Kannon Hall is built on the cliff in the middle of Mt. Funagata. The 1.5-meter-high statue of Kannon is designated as a tangible cultural property of Tateyama City [ Sumisaki Lighthouse ] An observatory is built near the lighthouse and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. If the weather is good, you can see Mt. Fuji. [ Boso Flower Line ] The Boso Flower Line, which stretches for about 46 kilometers along the coastline, is lined with rape flowers and marigolds, and you can enjoy the scenery of the four seasons. About 6 km from Ido to Aihama has been selected as one of the "100 best roads in Japan". ■ Events and festivals in Tateyama City [ Yawatanmachi ] In 2004, it was designated as a Chiba Prefecture designated intangible folk cultural property "Awa Yawatanmachi". Located in the southeastern part of Chiba Prefecture, it is the largest festival in the Awa District, where festival floats and Mikoshi (portable shrines) parade through the streets of Tateyama. [ Tateyama Kanko Festival Tateyama Bay Fireworks Display ] Every year in August, about 10,000 fireworks are set off near the Hojo coast. Underwater fireworks and oversized starmines color the summer night sky of Tateyama. ■ Specialty products of Tateyama City [ Boshu Fans ] Boshu fans, one of Japan's Three Greatest Fans along with Kyo-Uchiwa in Kyoto and Marugame Fan in Shikoku, were selected as traditional crafts designated by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for the first time in Chiba Prefecture in 2003. The tradition handed down from the Meiji era has been passed down to the present day. ■ Enjoy sightseeing in Tateyama City The rape blossoms that stretch along the beautiful coastline of the Tateyama City, the tranquility of the historic shrines and temples, and the charm of the local Specialty Products continue to captivate those who visit. The scenery changes with the seasons, so you can feel new discoveries and excitement no matter when you visit at any time of the year. COOL JAPAN VIDEOS will provide you with recommended information about Tateyama City, so please enjoy it!
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  • Boso Peninsula
  • Chiba Prefecture
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  • Tateyamaminatozaki Port
  • Dafukuji Temple (Yagyu Kannon)
  • Awa Yawatan Machi
  • Fireworks
  • Boshu Fans
  • Nature
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塩島一文
1 days ago
In our city, Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, there is a streetcar. Between Sports Park Station and Toyohashi Station Turn at the Ibara intersection, but this turn is As a railway track, it is considered to be the toughest place with the first curve in Japan. Vehicles passing through here have bare dollies on wheels. The rails creak and the car body tilts heavily as it passes I don't think you can see it anywhere else. At one time, there was a proposal to abandon the railway, but as an important foot for citizens and as the best in Japan I want you to run forever. It's pretty cool to see how the streetcar looks like it's drifting. Photographed on the evening of March 1, 2024 Nikon COOLPX L610
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Shosenkyo Tourism Association
4 days ago
Hello! This is the Shosenkyo Tourist Association. Shosenkyo Gorge in Yamanashi Prefecture, which has been designated as a special scenic spot in Japan, is said to be "The most beautiful valley in Japan" that has been nurtured by nature for a long time. It is no exaggeration to say that it is a work of art created by nature, and we will introduce the charm of "Shosenkyo Gorge" in the COOL JAPAN VIDEO. 【What is Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge?】 Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge is a Canyon in the northern part of Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, and is a Canyon with a total length of about 5 kilometers surrounded by abundant nature. If you are coming by car, it is 40 minutes from Chuo Expressway and Kofu Showa IC. If you come by train, it takes about 30 to 45 minutes by bus or taxi from the south exit of JR Kofu Station. The beauty of nature, which has been created over a long period of time, continues to fascinate many people. Dotted with Strange Rock and Strange stone, this area shows the beauty of the four seasons, and is a tourist spot that you will want to visit again and again. In spring, you can enjoy the promenade surrounded by the scent of fresh greenery, in summer you can enjoy activities such as canoeing through the dam, and in autumn you can enjoy the Canyon dyed bright red with autumn leaves. 【History of Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge】 Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge was designated as a national scenic spot in 1923 and a special scenic spot in 1953. In addition, it is counted as one of the five great gorges in Japan, along with Teishaku Gorge (Hiroshima), Chomonkyo Gorge(Yamaguchi Prefecture), Goukei Gorge (Okayama Prefecture), and Nezame no toko (Nagano Prefecture). 【Highlights of Shosenkyo Gorge】 ・Kakuen Peak Kakuen Peak, the highest in the Shosenkyo Gorge mountain range, is the symbol of Shosenkyo Gorge. The name comes from the monk Kakuen, who practiced asceticism on a peak the size of several tatami mats in the past. ・Senga Waterfall It is a waterfall located at the foot of Kakuen Peak at the innermost part of the Arakawa River, which flows through the Shosenkyo Gorge. It is a powerful waterfall with a drop of 30 meters, and it is a popular spot because it can be accessed by car. ・Shosenkyo Gorge Promenade It is a promenade of about 4.5 kilometers where you can enjoy the beauty of the Canyon of the four seasons, which was also selected as the first place in the Selected as one of the 100 best sightseeing spots in Japan Canyon category. ・Ishimon The stone gate is a huge natural granite arch created by Mother Nature. It's on the promenade, so you can't get there by car. ・Nagatoro Bridge It is a historic bridge built in 1925 at the gateway to Shosenkyo Gorge. It has been selected as a modern civil engineering heritage site as the oldest surviving concrete arch road bridge. ・Tenkorin If you step on your feet in the Tenkorin forest along the promenade, you will hear a mysterious sound similar to the sound of pom-poms and drums. This is said to be the echoing sound of an underground cavity carved out by a mountain stream. ・ Numerous Strange Rocks and Strange Stones On the promenade, there are various Strange Rocks and Strange Rocks such as Fur Seal Rock, Daibutsu Rock, Kansan Jade Rock, Floating Rock, Cannon Rock, Tofu Rock, Monkey Rock, Camel Rock, Fuji Rock, Kuma Rock, Cat Stone, Matsutake Stone, etc. Please look for it on your feet. ・Arakawa Dam The majestic dam that spreads across the valley of the Oku-Syosenkyo is a multipurpose dam for the purpose of flood control in the coastal area of the Arakawa River. ・Shosenkyo Ropeway From the gondola of the ropeway, which takes about 5 minutes one way to the summit, you can see the Canyon below. From the top of the ropeway, you can overlook a spectacular panoramic view of Mt. Fuji and other areas. 【Shosenkyo Gorge Crystal】 Shosenkyo Gorge is also famous as a sacred place for crystals. There are a number of quartz mines on Mt. Kinpusan in Shosenkyo Gorge, and excavations were actively promoted during the Meiji era. Because of its excellent crystal grinding and processing technology, ores from all over the world gathered, and now there are many shops displaying and selling precious gems and ores. 【Shosenkyo Gorge Gourmet】 Popular gourmet dishes include Somen, Soba noodles, and Koshu Houtou made from the clear stream of Shosenkyo Gorge. In addition, there are many shops where you can enjoy local gourmet and local cuisine using plenty of local ingredients from Yamanashi Prefecture. Enjoy the superb view created by nature at one of the most popular tourist spots in Yamanashi Prefecture "Shosenkyo Gorge"! It is also a treasure trove of Power Spots, so why not try to raise your luck? In the future, COOL JAPAN VIDEOS will continue to show the charm of Shosenkyo Gorge and the beautiful scenery of the four seasons. Best regards!
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  • Kofu
  • Valley
  • Mountain Climbing/Hiking
  • promenade
  • Shosenkyo Ropeway
  • strange rock
  • crystal
  • Power spot
  • Dam
  • ...and 7 others

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