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The Kintai Bridge is a historical wooden arch bridge, in the city of Iwakuni, in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.
Although the original castle only stood for seven years, that was excuse enough for a reconstruction during the 1960s.
DetailsPhone+81 827-29-1122 Address今津町６丁目12-23 Description白崎八幡宮 is a church in Iwakuni.Sources: Facebook API, OpenStreetMap
A pleasant green spot on the other side of the bridge, with some lovely flower gardens, large sprinklers for a soak on a summer day, and ...
DetailsPhone+81 827-41-1010 Address横山2-7−3 Description吉川史料館 is a museum in Iwakuni.Sources: Facebook API, OpenStreetMap
Built in 1869 to serve as an Officer's Club of the Japanese Navy, this restaurant specializes in ayu, a kind of sweet fish that's often c...
Ancient capital of Japan, considered the cultural heart of the country, with many ancient Buddhist temples and gardens.
The world's largest city brings a huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis with high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpse...
The prefectural capital, a cosmopolitain port city with an international flavor.
First capital of a united Japan, with many Buddhist shrines, and historical buildings.
Temple town within easy striking distance of Tokyo.
Hokkaido's capital and by far its biggest and liveliest town.