Things to do in Chubu, Japan

ama
2014.12.10
The town with more "ama" in Japan - Toba-Ise Shima, Mie Prefecture -
Are they fishermen? Divers? Mermaids? What are "ama"? "Ama" are women free divers who make a li
Oysters
2014.11.29
How to enjoy delicious “Oysters” in Mie Prefecture!
Do you want to eat your fill of Oysters? Then, let’s go to Toba-city in Mie Pref. In Uramura, T
kapibara
2014.11.26
Common during the winter? The sight of capybaras comfortably bathing in hot springs has a healing effect. “Izu Shaboten Park”
It is not only humans who like hot springs! Japan has grown chillier and it is currently very c
nishizawa_00
2014.11.04
“Nishizawa Canyon”a Healing Canyon Abundant in Negative Ions
Nishizawa Canyon, one of the most magnificent canyons in Japan t is located in Yamanashi City,
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2014.10.30
Feel how the nature of Shinshu enwraps you... “Sanbondaki Falls, in Mt. Norikuradake“, are something you will not find anywhere else.
Full of highlights all throughout the year! Enjoy the blessings of nature at the Norikura Highla
hitsumabushi01
2014.08.04
“Hitsumabushi”, A local eel dish of Nagoya city eaten in 3 different steps
Recommended for the hot summer! Become a master on Japan through Nagoya's local specialties! Hi
title_naiku
2014.07.30
Let's pay a visit to Ise Jingū(Ise Grand Shrine) Naikū(Inner Shrine) section
【Photo by Yuri Suzuki】 Kotai Jingū(Naikū)," where "Amaterasu-ōmikami," the ultimate ujigami(Shi
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2014.07.29
Let's pay a visit to Ise Jingū(Ise Grand Shrine) ~Gekū(Outer Shrine) section~
【Photo by Yuri Suzuki】 Toyouke Daijingū(Gekū)," where "Toyouke no ōmikami," the goddess of agri
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2014.07.28
Super-thick “Ise udon” noodles, which are boiled for an hour!
【Photo by Yuri Suzuki】 This dish is so popular that it will have you scolded by the god Emma fo
title_jigokudani
2014.06.30
Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park
【Photo by Yuri Suzuki】 The only place to find Snow Monkeys bathing in Hot Spring Baths Locat
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2014.06.24
Oshino-Hakkai (snow-melted water from Mt. Fuji)
The eight spring water ponds of Oshino village. Oshino village is located between Lake Yam