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Chiba City Tourism Association
3 days ago
Chiba City Monorail The Chiba City Monorail connects the seaside area, the Central Tokyo area, and the Satoyama area of Chiba City. You can walk in the air in a vehicle with a sleek design. It has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's longest operating distance (15.2 km) as a "suspended monorail", and is a familiar presence Traditional Japanese straw raincoat Chiba City citizens. There is almost no noise or vibration, and the view is outstanding! Currently, the "1000 type" with the same design and the "0 type" that won the Good Design Award have been in operation since their opening in 1988. When you come to Chiba City, why don't you take a walk around the sightseeing Spot along the railway line, which has a variety of attractions, while taking a walk in the air?
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Abhi Sen
9 days ago
During my visit to western Japan last autumn, my final stop was Hiroshima. Despite its tragic history, the city serves as a powerful symbol of resilience, much like the phoenix rising from the ashes. The Hiroshima Castle, which was reconstructed after being destroyed in World War II, stands as a testament to this resilience. The castle grounds provide a peaceful retreat with a variety of trees and flowers, creating a beautiful and tranquil setting for visitors. Inside the castle tower, the museum offers a chance to explore the rich history of the Hiroshima castle town and provides breathtaking views of the city from the observation platform at the top.
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Toyooka Village Tourism Association
Apr. 2, 2024
◆ Vegetable harvesting experience ◆ You can harvest a bag full of seasonal vegetables in each season. Harvested vegetables can be eaten in the field. It is a great experience plan that allows you to taste the deliciousness of freshly picked. [ Details ] *Currently accepting reservations* Priority is given to reservations. Same-day reservations are also available. Please contact us by Phone. ■ Duration  ●Early July ~ Late January (Light rain) ■ Reception hours and time required  ●Reception hours: 10:00~14:00 - Time required: about 1 hour =Notes= ・Please check in at least 10 minutes before the reservation time. ・Please note that if you are late for the reservation time, we may not be able to guide you. ■ Fee (tax included) Entrance fee + vegetable harvesting experience fee (1) Admission fee Adult (15 years old and over) 300 yen per person * Free for junior high school students and younger (2) Vegetable picking experience fee Use from 1 bag per regular car (up to 10 passengers) or mini car (up to 4 passengers). ●[Small bag] 500 yen  ●[Medium bag] 1,000 yen  ●[Large bag] 1,500 yen (Refer to bag size: Plastic shopping bag S, M, LL) For vegetables that can be harvested, please see [About vegetables]. =Notes= ・We have 2~3 kinds of vegetables to harvest, but the harvest time may be shifted due to weather and other circumstances. ・Please note that it is not possible to specify the vegetables to be harvested. ・ Harvested vegetables will be announced at the reception on the day. ■ About large vegetables (extra fee) Fee will be charged for large vegetables that do not fit in the bag. Fee will be announced at the reception on the day. Fee for vegetables will be settled separately at the farm, so please prepare change. Large vegetables = Chinese cabbage, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Watermelon The above large vegetables will be announced at the market price. ■ Vegetable grilling kit (tax included) You can sample the harvested vegetables in the field. (Use time: about 1 hour per group) 1 set 1,000 yen =CONTENTS= Outdoor gas stove / cutting board / kitchen knife / seasoning such as salt and pepper / chopsticks / plates for the number of people / garbage bag =Notes= ・ It will be a vegetable grilling kit for tasting. No other food items are allowed. ・There is no drinking water on the farm. (Please prepare it yourself.) ) ・Water for hand washing is available. ・Please be sure to take your trash home with you. ・ Drinking alcohol at the farm and Other food brought in are prohibited. ■ Flow of the day (1) Reception (Toyooka travel time) / Payment (advance payment) (2) Move to the farm (3) Vegetable harvesting experience (vegetable grilling experience if desired) (4) Local dissolution =Notes= ・All transportation will be by private vehicle. ・ If you wish to purchase additional items at the farm, we will only accept cash payment at the farm. ■ What to bring ・Shoes or boots that can get dirty ・Harvesting gloves (work gloves, etc.) ・Towels ・Drinks ・Raincoat (in case of rain) * Use both hands for harvesting. It is not possible to harvest while holding an umbrella. ■Other ・There is no restroom (toilet) on the farm. Thank you for your understanding. ・ Please park according to the instructions of the staff when parking at the farm. ・ If it is judged that the vegetable harvesting experience is difficult due to various circumstances of garden management, we may cancel it without permission. ■Meeting place and inquiries Toyooka Travel Time (Toyooka Tourism Association) Business hours: 9:00~18:00 〒399-3202 Nagano Shimoina-gun Toyooka Village Kuma Shiro 12407 TEL:0265-49-3395 Email:toyotabi@nagano-toyooka.jp    【 About vegetables 】 List of vegetables harvested by season Use is not available from January ~ May because there are few vegetables that can be harvested. Cultivation varieties change depending on the weather of the year, so it is not possible to specify which vegetables to harvest. For actual cultivation conditions, please contact Toyooka Travel Time directly. ■ Summer (June ~ August) Lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, cucumber, green peppers, zucchini, okra Eggplant, corn, potato, onion, radish, carrot, parsley, shiso, watermelon ■ Autumn (September ~ November) Cucumber, Green peppers, zucchini, okra, eggplant, pumpkin, spinach, komatsuna, bok choy Lettuce, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Radish, Chinese cabbage, Green onion ■ Winter (December) Chinese cabbage, green onion, carrot, Gensuke turnip, spinach, komatsuna, bok choy (Gensuke turnip is a pickled vegetable that is popular in Minami Shinshu.) ) 【 How to make a reservation 】 Same-day guidance is also possible, but reservations will take precedence. We may not be able to guide you on the day, so we recommend that you make a reservation in advance. ■ Phone reservation 0265-49-3395 (Reception hours 9:00~18:00) ■ WEB Reservation Vegetable picking web reservation page ■ Cancellation fee There is no cancellation fee. Please be sure to contact us by the time of the day.
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Feb. 15, 2024
An ancient style of swordsmanship that originated in the Warring States period, Hiten Goken-ryu specializes in one-on-one combat. Why don't you master the Hiten Goken-ryu, a killer sword of divine speed, which maximizes the speed of the sword, the speed of the body, and the speed of reading the opponent's movements to finish off multiple opponents simultaneously with a minimum of movement, under the supervision of Hiko Seijuro, the 66th successor of the style, and make your trip memorable? 60 min. 22,000 yen Inheritance of Hiten Goken-ryu Tensho Ryusen Professional Movie Shooting 戦国時代に端を発する古流剣術で、一対多数の斬り合いを得意とする流儀。 剣の速さ・体のこなしの速さ・相手の動きの先を読む速さを最大に活かし、最少の動きで複数の相手を同時に仕留める神速の殺人剣の飛天御剣流を第六十六代目の継承者である比古清十郎のもとで、極め、旅の思い出に残しませんか。 60分 22,000円 飛天御剣流 奥義継承 天翔龍閃 プロフェッショナルムービー撮影
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