This famous western-style residence was the first to open in Kobe
A lodging facility for guests on their way to visit Ise Jingu Shrine
A mysterious building with a unique structure that has two separate stairways
Dresses available for commemorative photos
It is a convention and art center built to disseminate comprehensive cultural information.
It is a large-scale conference and exhibition facility in Chiba Prefecture. The facility is bustling with big events in culture, arts, and sports.
An accurate replica of Byakkotai's academy
An old town house to relax in
A symbol of Ijinkan. A bold brick structure standing in front of the square
The school Yae Niijima’s husband Joseph dreamed of opening
Symbolizing the sacred mountain Haguro
It is the palace where the generations of Emperors and Empresses of Japan have lived starting in the Meiji era (1868-1912) to this day. You can visit the palace site as long as you obtain prior permission.
The modern architecture leaves a bold impression
A foreign residence of highly exotic, colonial design
A stock exchange that offers tours. It is a symbol of Japanese economy where an estimated 61,000 people visit annually.
Marvel at the sight of money being produced before you
Super-tall floats light up the night sky
Successive generations of emperors lived at the site of these historical remains
The animal taxidermy will surprise you
A unique, symmetrical building