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Located right in front of Kintaikyo Bridge, Iwakuni Kokusai Kanko Hotel offers Japanese-style rooms and public indoor/outdoor hot-spring ...
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.
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 ...
Sawadee Thai Restaurant Iwakuni サワでタイ料理レストラン 岩国 is a kid friendly restaurant in Iwakuni.
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.
Mega-world city famed for its food and nightlife is the principal city of Kansai region.
Large port city, the first city to be destroyed by an atomic bomb.
First capital of a united Japan, with many Buddhist shrines, and historical buildings.
Hokkaido's capital and by far its biggest and liveliest town.
Featuring one of Japan's top 3 castles and lots of wasabi.