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Après avoir visité le proto-Japon et Meiji au sanctuaire shinto Kashihara-jingu, nous pouvons nous rendre au quartier d’Imai-cho, ville traditionnelle...
Le sanctuaire Kashihara-jingu
Aujourd’hui, nous allons parler du sanctuaire shinto Kashihara-jingu et par extension de l’empereur Jinmu, premier empereur semi-légendaire (-711~-585...
Onsen, hot spring resorts
Japanese people have loved to take a bath, not just taking a shower. Soaking in a bath tub filled with hot water is Japanese custom and we like to ...
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I performed an online tour for Malaysian students. As they are learning heritage management, I explained some heritage sites in Kamakura and Nikko. S...
Jyonangu Shrine, marvelous pink forest of plum blossom!
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Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who achieved his ambition
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Hinamatsuri, Doll’s（Girls') Festival
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