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Aquico

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“My dream is that Tadaima Japan will make more people want to come to Japan. I want to introduce the beautiful Japan in which I was born. I like fingernail art!”

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Events for the second half of December
2016.12.07
We wish you a happy new year! “Events for the second half of December”.
Thurs, 15 to Sun, 18 December(2016): Kasuga Wakamiya On-matsuri in Nara city, Nara This festival has a history of 800 years. Kasuga Taisha Shrine i
Customs for February
2016.01.28
Japanese Customs for February
Sun, 3rd February: Setsubun Setsubun is a day that marks the changing of the seasons, and especially marks the day before Risshun, the day when spr
Customs for January
2015.12.30
Japanese Customs for January: Happy New Year!
1st January to 7th January: the first visit to a shrine Hatsumode, or the first visit to a shrine, is a custom for New Year in Japan.  Before, peop
Shichi-go-san
2015.11.09
Shichi-Go-San, the Celebration and Rite of Passage for Japanese Children
It’s a day to celebrate children’s growth. If you visit Japanese Shinto shrines in November, you'll be luck as you will probably see children dress
2015.10.26
Our recommended route for a day trip to Kyoto’s Mt. Arashiyama, famous for its autumn foliage!
https://youtu.be/juHczgHZttM We’ll show you the colors of autumn, Japan’s most beautiful season. Following the “Higashiyama Collection”, We’ll intro
Autumn foliage in Higashiyama
2015.10.22
【AUTUMN】Enjoy Kyoto's autumn foliage in a day! "Mt.Higashiyama"
https://youtu.be/kqGnQzHofcI A: First up is Tofuku-ji, the most famous location for autumn leaves in Kyoto Tofuku-ji was built in the year 1236 an
Kakumanbuchi
2015.10.11
Gunma prefecture: “Kakumanbuchi” has beautiful scenery filled with trees and a marsh in its mountain area.
Enjoy the autumn foliage in a small marshland. This small marshland, Kakumanbuchi is located at Mt. Akagi (elev. 1360-meters) in Gunma Prefecture.
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hiroshima_top
2015.10.06
Experience it with your five senses! Our recommended route for a 2-day trip to Hiroshima! (MOVIE)
https://youtu.be/cfkCmi7vhHU A: We headed to the Tuskemen noodle shop Bakudan-ya, after arriving at Hiroshima station! It takes about 3 and a half
The Kyu-Furukawa gardens
2015.09.24
Let’s hang out at the Rose festival during autumn at the “Kyu-Furukawa Garden”!
Every year the “Autumn Rose Festival” is held Every year the Kyu-Furukawa gardens hold its “Rose festival” in the spring and fall. In conjunction w
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Itsukushima Shrine night view
2015.09.07
Let’s go and see the mysterious O-torii gate floating on the sea at night! : Illumination at Itsukushima Jinja Shrine
Let’s hang out at Itsukushima Shrine at night after dinner. If you are staying overnight in Miyajima, I’d recommend seeing Itsukushima Shrine at ni
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miyajima yakatabune
2015.09.01
Cruise under the Itsukushima Shrine’s Torii gate by “Miyajima Sanpai-yuran”!
Let’s cruise for 30 minutes in the evening. After enjoying O-torii at low tide, the tide started to come in. We boarded a houseboat so that we coul
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Itsukushima Shrine O-Torii
2015.08.31
Go check out the Torii gate at Itsukushima Shrine when the tide is low!
It’s larger than I expected! Let’s walk underneath the Torii. Istukushima Shirne is famous for its floating like Shrines and Torii. I recommend tha
second half of September.
2015.08.26
【AUTUMN】The Best Japanese Festivals for the Second Half of September 2018
Horse riding archery, demonstrations of manhood or traditional costumes and dances; what's best?
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Itsukushima Shrine
2015.08.25
The scenery of Itsukushima Shrine seen from a ferry is superb! A trip to "Miyajima".
Heading to Miyajima-guchi Pier from Hiroshima city. Miyajima/Itsukushima Shrine is one of the most popular destinations in Hiroshima. There are sev
2015.08.25
You should definitely stay 1 night to see beautiful “Taketomijima Island”early in the morning!
For my first solitary journey, I went to Taketomijima Island! I usually don’t travel alone, or eat alone, but this time I thought of traveling alon