Tenzen is a traditional Japanese restaurant located deep in the mountains in the Maruyama area. Operating out of an old-style Japanese house, Tenzen serves all manner of traditional and seasonal Japanese cuisine. The owner also has a huge collection of kimono, katana, and ninja weapons that you can try on and try out. Though it... Continue Reading →
Minamiboso City© [The below information is an excerpt of and translated from an Iitokodori website article here.] [The information was last updated on July 29, 2019.] Conditions for beach swimming areas in Minamiboso City: ((Iwai region beach swim areas)) [Dates open] Sat. July 20 - Mon. Aug., 19Iwai number 1 (岩井第一)Swimming: OK Temp: 27℃ Water... Continue Reading →
RIN is a old-style cafe hidden away in the countryside. While it's menu selection is simple, it offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere surrounded by nature and antiques. It'd be a great place to study or hang out for a few hours without the crowds.
Celebrate spring and the beginning of the Reiwa era at this festival in Kamogawa City. There will be various food vendors, dances, musical performances, fireworks, and more!
マザー牧場 (mazaa bokujo) Going to a farm may not sound like a fun way to spend your weekend, but you'd be surprised by how beautiful the scenery is and how many activities there are. Even on a cloudy day, the view of the green grass and hills contrasted against the pale sky is breathtaking. Patagonian... Continue Reading →
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