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Andersen Park (funabashi City)

Andersen Park (Funabashi city)

Andersen Park is composed of Children's Kingdom with Japan's largest athletic fields and a park where people can touch small animals, Fairy Tale Hill that is a reproduction of the country view of Denmark in the 1800s when Andersen, a writer of stories for children, was born and raised, and a children's art museum where children can make things freely and experience the joy of making things.
This approx. 28.5 ha-wide greenery park will allow children and grownups, being kids again, to play. This is 4 hour course.

Funabashi, Japan

Sento (public Bath)

Sento (public bath)

A sento was originally a public bathhouse for people that did not have a bath at home. There are a lot of sentou in Tokyo. People take bath there with cheap fee. The number of sentos has declined since Showa 40 (1965) as the number of homes with baths increased. Now we are in the Heisei Era(1989~) and times have changed. Sentos have been reevaluated as a kind of hot spring in town, a kind of spa where people can relax. They are now regarded more as a luxury, an inexpensive leisure spot for all, and have regained popularity.
In Tokyo the temperature of the water in the sento baths can be different in each bathhouse, but are usually around 42 ℃. The bath is over 50 cm deep. You may be surprised at the hot temperature, as it is hotter than most baths at home. But it is said that soaking deeply in the hot tub is good for proteins in the body. It can facilitate metabolism and improve the immune system.

Tokyo, Japan

Manga Café

Manga café

There are many manga cafés in Tokyo.
Manga cafes ( manga kissa, short for manga kissaten) are establishments where visitors can read from an extensive library of manga (Japanese comics). They also provide computers with internet access, making them synonymous with internet cafes. Furthermore, manga kissa have become a popular low budget accommodation option as many of them are open 24 hours and offer amenities such as showers and free drinks for as little as 1500 yen per night. Some manga kissa offer women-only sections.


 

Tokyo, Japan

Loft In Shibuya

LOFT in Shibuya

This department store is popular for foreigners. Loft is Seibu's answer to Tokyu Hands, and also offering a large array of products related to interior, hobby, crafts and gifts, but with less emphasis on do-it-yourself products. The Loft Shibuya branch consists of seven floors.
Hours: 10:00 to 21:00
Closed: No closing days

Tokyo, Japan

Scrambled Crossroad In Shibuya

Scrambled crossroad in Shibuya

A prominent landmark of Shibuya is the large intersection in front of the station's Hachiko Exit. The intersection is heavily decorated by neon advertisements and giant video screens and gets flooded by pedestrians each time the crossing light turns green, making it a popular photo and movie filming spot.

Tokyo, Japan

Hachiko Statue In Shibuya

Tachiko statue

A statue of a loyal dog named Hachiko. According to a famous story, the dog waited for his master every day in front of Shibuya Station, and continued to do so for years even after his master had passed away. It is one of Tokyo's most popular meeting points.

Tokyo, Japan

Madame Tussauds Tokyo

Madame Tussauds Tokyo (wax figure exhibition)

Meet life-size, lifelike figures from all over the world------
Since its founding in London in 1835, Madame Tussauds has been a major attraction the world over. The branch set to open March 15 at Decks Tokyo Beach is the 14th permanent facility. All of Madame Tussauds’ life-size wax figures are exquisitely made and appear as if they might start moving at any moment. Being chosen as a model is said to be a sign of global status. Madame Tussauds Tokyo is located in Odaiba, Tokyo. 

Tokyo, Japan

Rabbit Café

Rabbit café

This is new style café in Tokyo. There are 16 rabbits in this café. Clients have happy and relaxed time with cute rabbits tasting coffee, tea etc. When staying with rabbits, people feel very comfortable and cured mentally. Please experience oriental feeling.

Tokyo, Japan

Sapporo Maruyama Zoo

Sapporo Maruyama Zoo covers an area of 22.5 ha, and is home to 168 different species and 737 animals.There is also a chimpanzee pavilion with a 15 m (49ft) high jungle gym, a bear house with six species of bears inside. Other attractions include the Monkey Mountain, a petting zoo with sheep and goats, the Prey Hall, Kangaroo Hall, Deer Hall, Hokkaido Brown bear Museum, Mammal Hall, Hawk and Owl Forest, Reptile Hall, Orangutan House, Waterfowl Hall, Tropical Bird House, Animal Science Museum, and Tropical Animal House. 

Sapporo, Japan

Gujo-hachiman Castle (castle Above Clouds)

Gujo-Hachiman Castle (castle above clouds)

Gujo-Hachiman Castle is said to be the most beautiful in the castles in Japan.
The white castle looks standing above clouds occasionally.
Gujo-Hachiman Castle is a symbol of the Gujo-Hachiman area. It was the sixth castle lord Tsunetomo Endo who built the basis of the present town centered on the castle. He diverted water into town, moved temples and divided the town into 8 areas. He also repaired the Gujo-Hachiman Castle. Old houses in the area have been beautifully maintained to preserve their historically accurate appearance, adding a special touch to the atmosphere of the site.

Gifu, Japan