Month: October 2020

Arashiyama: The Colour of Kyoto

Away from the hustle and bustle of Kyoto City, lies a peaceful tranquil town of Arashiyama. Arashiyama holds some of the ancient capital's most famous sites that have been a significant stop since the Heian Period (794-1185). No matter whats the season, the Arashiyama's landscape will stun tourist with their beautiful colours of nature as it situated along

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Shops and Streets: Hidden Gems of Shiga

Shiga is a prefecture in Japan that is rich with their art, agriculture and fisheries. The infamous enormous Japan's freshwater Lake Biwa on of the oldest lakes in the world. Many more little great things lie ahead and have so many hidden gems can be found within this prefecture beaten off the path from street markets and little shops. Town of Cat

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Awaji Island: The Road to Islands

Awaji Island located in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea between Japan's largest island of Honshu and the large island of Shikoku, famous for their own special sweet onions! There are more than 10 beaches to enjoy on this island while experiencing the nature of Japan located in Hyogo Prefecture. Awaji originally means "the road to Awa" as it serves as a transit

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Dive into Mikimoto Pearl Island

Mikimoto Pearl Island in Japanese, Mikimoto-Shinju-Jima is a small island in Ise Bay, offshore Toba in the Mie Prefecture, Japan. This island is known as the birthplace of cultured pearl aquaculture and it belongs to Mikimoto Pearl Museum Co. Ltd. The company runs the island as a pearl tourist attraction, shows featuring ama divers, exhibits pearls

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