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Saidoji Temple

Saidoji Temple

Walk through a path of more than 70 stunning white gates at Saidoji Temple

Fukuyama Castle

Fukuyama Castle

Considered one of Japan’s top 100 castles, Fukuyama Castle was built at the beginning of the Edo Period.

Iwamoto-ji

Iwamoto-ji

As one of the shrines covered by the Shikoku 88 Pilgrimage, Iwamoto-ji holds a privileged position on the historical trail.

Akama Jingu

Akama Jingu

Visit the boy emperor enshrined at Akama Jingu

Yushima Tenjin Shrine

Dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane this shrine hosts the famous Ume Matsuri, celebrating the arrival of spring and plum blossoms.

nisonin temple

Nisonin Temple

Nison-in Temple offers a serene and peaceful environment where visitors can escape the outside world and immerse themselves in the beauty of nature.

Hogon-in Temple

Hogon-in Temple in Kyoto features the Lion's Roar Garden, designed by Sakugen Shuryo.

nozawaonsen

Nozawaonsen

A premier ski resort nestled in a secluded corner of central Japan.

Jojakko-Ji

Jojakko-ji

With its stunning architecture, lush gardens and panoramic views of the surrounding area, Jojakko-ji is a must-see destination for history buffs.

Lake Akan Ainu Kotan

Akan

The eastern region of Kushiro abounds in national parks, wildlife and a huge seafood market.

Hodosan Shrine

Hodosan Shrine

At the foot of Mount Hodo lies Hodosan, a shrine built to safeguard against natural disasters.