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Located at the foot of Mt.Ikoma on the Osaka side of the border between Osaka and Nara prefectures, Ishigiri-jinja Shrin ...

Kobe City's Kitanozaka Kawauso Cafe where you can spend a relaxing time while interacting with otters has become a hot t ...

Popolo Hiroba, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, has been open for 37 years and is in the news for its recent renovations. T ...

Senkoji Temple, located in Hirano-ku, Osaka City, is said to date back 1,300 years. Prince Shotoku, who used to be a por ...

Do you think what this handsome man is doing? This is a mannequin, recreating a miner inside a mine in the north central ...

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Asukamura in Nara Prefecture, home to the capital 1,400 years ago and known as the birthplace of Japan, features ruins, ...

Kyoto Mameshiba Cafe is well known as one of the Mameshiba Cafes in Kyoto, and has healed many people including foreigne ...

Kansai International Airport (KIX) is an airport built on a man-made island in Osaka Bay as an international gateway to ...

There's an unusual sightseeing spot in Wakayama prefecture that is not well known. It's a unique facility where you can ...

Konkai-Komyoji Temple was built in 1175 and is a historical and prestigious temple. The precinct is very large and has a ...

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