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岐阜 Gifu Hida Takayama / Shirakawa-go 飛驒高山 / 白川鄉

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ne of the intriguing tourist routes in Japan starts in Mie Prefecture, home to Ise Jingu Shrine, goes through Aichi Prefecture with an international airport, Shirakawa-go and Hida-Takayama in Gifu Prefecture, and continues along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Toyama Prefecture, Tojimbo in Fukui Prefecture and ends on the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. The route is shaped like a rearing dragon with the Chita Peninsula in Aichi as its tail and the Noto Peninsula as its head. Travel through Gifu Prefecture following the rearing dragon with some brief detours.

Gifu / Nagara River The Nagara River is famous for ukai (cormorant fishing) in summer and Mount Kinka is the site of Gifu Castle. A ropeway takes you to the top of Mount Kinka with a great view

from the castle at 329 meters on the summit. One of the most famous warlords in the 16th century, Oda Nobunaga, lived in Gifu Castle, which eventually became the center base for his unification of Japan. Enjoy the same view that the great commander enjoyed. Gifu Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in Shoho-ji Temple is one of Japan’s three major Great Buddha statues, along with the one in Nara (Nara Prefecture) and in Kamakura (Kanagawa Prefecture). The statue was created using a unique combination of wood, bamboo, and clay covered in Japanese paper, lacquer, and gold leaf and still beautiful to this day. The tradition of ukai, cormorant fishing, in the Nagara River is 1,300 years old. Fishermen work together with their trained cormorants to catch fish using torches in the pitch-black darkness. Ride on a tour boat and enjoy watching the skills of the birds and their trainers fishing.

The Ukai Museum opened in August 2012. To the west of the boarding docks of the ukai tourist boat is Kawara-machi, a pleasant place for a stroll with its many old houses with traditional lattice doors. http://www.gifucvb.or.jp/

Gujo Hachiman Gujo Hachiman is a castle town in the mountains upstream of the Nagara River. Located in a small basin formed at the junction of four rivers, the town is famous for high-quality spring water, called Sogisui, with clear water springs everywhere around the town. The residents have been using the spring water in their daily life for laundry and you can see public washing places everywhere in the town. Gujo Hachiman Castle on the top of the mountain is beautifully surrounded by red and yellow maple leaves in autumn and snow in win-

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頂上的山城,觀賞雄偉壯觀的展望美景。岐阜城本為武 將-織田信長所居之城並成為統一天下的據點,正可稱得 上是稱霸天下的眺望景觀。正法寺的岐阜大佛與奈良、鎌 倉的大佛齊名,被稱為日本三大佛之一,是用木頭及竹 子、黏土先塑模之後,貼上和紙再用金箔裝飾而成的。 長良川的鸕鶿捕魚已擁有1300年的傳統歷史了。漆 黑暗夜中,在熊熊燃燒的篝火(照明火把)之下,鸕匠(馴 養鸕鶿捕魚的漁夫)和鸕鶿同心協力地捕魚。建議您可 乘坐觀覽船(遊客乘坐的屋形船)觀賞。2012年8月鸕鶿 捕魚博物館即將開幕。 從鸕鶿捕魚觀覽船乘船處往西的川原町至今仍保留

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縣的立山黑部阿爾卑斯山脈路線、福井縣的東尋坊、石 川縣能登半島的路線。如果把愛知縣的知多半島看作龍 尾,北陸的能登半島當成龍頭的話,看起來就像一條龍 攀升而上的模樣。以這條「昇天龍」為礎,一邊稍微順 道觀光一邊遊覽岐阜縣的優美風光。

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著傳統格子窗戶建築的古老街景,漫步於此欣賞街景 也很不錯。http://www.gifucvb.or.jp/ 郡上八幡 位於長良川上游山間的城下町(以諸侯的居城為中心發 展起來的城鎮)。地處四條河川交會所形成非常狹小的 盆地,以第一個被選定為名水百選之一的天然湧泉-宗 袛水為首,街上到處都有潔淨的泉水流竄為其特徵。至 今居民仍用這些泉水來洗衣服等,各地還設有洗衣場。 聳立於山頂上的郡上八幡城被紅葉或雪花點綴的外 觀十分優美,由天守閣放眼望去的景觀更可稱得上絕


ter. Enjoy the great view from the castle tower. The Yoshida River runs through the town and has great ayu (sweetfish) fishing. At the base of Hachiman Castle are wellpreserved old towns such as Yanagi-machi and Shokunin-machi. These towns, at the center of the Gujo Region since the 15th century, are cultural goldmines. There are many interesting spots to visit throughout the area including Gujo Hachiman Museum, Gujo Hachiman Kyuchosha Kinenkan (an old government memorial hall), Yanaka Mizu no Komichi alley, and Igawa Komichi alley. The Gujo Odori in summer is a traditional bon odori dance that has been around for 400 years. People come and dance for about 30 nights from the second week in July to the first week in September every year. Join the local residents and enjoy dancing! You can see dance performances any time of the year at the Gujo

Hachiman Museum. Gujo is also famous as the birthplace of the food replicas displayed in windows outside many restaurants, and produces the largest amount of replicas in Japan. There are hands-on tours of a replica food factory. http://www.gujokankou.com/index.php

Gero Onsen Hot Spring Gero Onsen, one of the three most famous hot springs in Japan, is well known for its highquality water producing beautiful skin. Enjoy the mild water for nice and smooth skin. The dense forest of Osaka includes more than 200 waterfalls with a drop of five meters or more. Take a fantastic tour of the waterfalls! Some courses require a tour guide. http://www.osaka-taki.com/

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景。流穿市內的吉田川中有許多香魚群居於此。 在八幡城的山腳下則保留著柳町及職人町等的古街 景。戰國時代以來,以郡上地方的中心而發展至今,擁 有歷史的城市令人感受到典雅氣息。郡上八幡博物館、 郡上八幡舊廳舍紀念館、Yanaka水通道、Igawa通道 等,四處散佈著許多值得一遊的景點。 夏天的郡上舞是擁有400年歷史悠久的傳統舞蹈。從 每年7月的第2週到9月的第1週為止,約連跳30晚的盂 蘭盆舞。來到此地跟當地居民一起圍圈圈跳舞同樂吧! 在郡上八幡博覽館整年都能觀賞得到郡上舞的現場表 演。郡上也是餐飲店頭的展示櫃中所擺設的食品樣本

Ramen (food replica)

的發祥地,在日本中生產量最大。在此還能體驗食品樣 本製作樂趣。 http://www.gujokankou.com/index.php 下呂溫泉 日本三大名泉之一。溫泉水質溫和能讓肌膚柔嫩光滑。 在小坂的蔥鬱茂密的森林中,落差在200公尺以上的瀑 布有200處以上之多。遊客不妨盡情享受暢遊夢幻般瀑 布樂趣。有的路線需要嚮導帶領。 http://www.osaka-taki.com/

Gifu Prefecture has mountains over 3,000 meters high, including Mt. Ontake and Mt. Norikura, is blessed with abundant nature. In Goshikigahara forest at the foot of Mt. Norikura, eco-tours are available where you can learn about the ecosystem of the plants and animals with mountain streams, waterfalls, ponds, and wetlands. Okuhida, famous for having extreme temperature differences, has some of the most beautiful autumn foliage in Japan. Take a ride on the Shinhotaka ropeway to enjoy the spectacular view. Beautiful snowy scenery can be found from November to the end of May. From January to March (dates may vary depending on the weather), there is a “snow corridor” in Sengokuenchi Nature Park near Nishi-Hotaka Station on the Shinhotaka ropeway. The walls of the corridor can be as high as three meters! Between January and May, the usual height of the snow walls is two meters. 御嶽山、乘鞍岳等約超過3000公尺的高山連綿相連的 岐阜縣飽受豐富的大自然恩惠。在乘鞍山麓的五色原 之森中,可以一邊周遊溪流及瀑布、水池、濕原等地, 一邊享受觀賞還能進而學習生息於此的動植物生態的 環保旅遊非常受到遊客喜愛。 寒暖溫差變化很激烈的奧飛驒秋季的紅葉色彩非 常鮮豔。從新穗高空中纜車能將絕景一覽無遺。而從 11月到隔年5月則可欣賞雪景。2012年1月~3月(依天 候而有所變動)在新穗高空中纜車的西穗高口站千石園 地出現了「雪之迴廊」! 其高度居然高達3公尺!! 一般 而言特別是1月到5月在此可欣賞得到2公尺之高的雪 壁奇景。

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Japanese culture different from that of Kyoto. The castle town, built by the Kanamori clan about 400 years ago, had two areas: the elevated area surrounding the castle with residences for the samurai class and the lower area for the common townsfolk. Three streets including Kamimachi and Shimomachi areas developed as a merchant town at the center of the castle town and are now called “Furui Machinami” (old town). The quaint area has a distinctive atmosphere with its canals flowing by houses with latticed bay windows, sakabayashi (a big ball made of cedar needles) hanging outside the front entrances of the sake breweries, massive doors leading to old-style town houses, and traditional restaurants. From the old town area, a 10-minute walk takes you to the elevated area of Higashiyama Teramachi with many temples that were built according to the temples in

Higashiyama, Kyoto. The area is perfect for taking a stroll in the quiet, relaxing atmosphere. Takayama Jin-ya was originally one of the mansions of the Kanamori clan; however, after the Tokugawa Government brought Hida under its direct control, it served as an office for the local governors dispatched from Edo (now Tokyo). There is a farmer’s market every morning in front of the front gate. The modern-appearance Hida Takayama Museum of Art standing in harmony with its natural surrounding looks like a work of art itself. It includes a display of a superb world-class glass collection. Hida beef curry at the café is also recommended. The most popular local delicacy in Gifu is Hida beef. The marbled beef produced in the natural and cool climate in the Hida area has the perfect amount of fat with a delicate tex-

ture and is a favorite of meat lovers. Enjoy one of the simple but delicious dishes such as steak, yakiniku, and shabu-shabu. Ayu (sweetfish) from the Nagara River is another local delicacy. Hoba-miso, a staple of the breakfast menus at hotels in Hida, is Hida’s local specialty. Miso paste together with other ingredients is roasted on hoba (magnolia leaf), which is said to have antiseptic properties, creating a mouth-watering aroma. It goes really well with rice, so be careful not to eat too much! Gifu Prefecture has more than 50 local sake breweries. With the pure water from the Hida mountain range and cool winters, Takayama is especially suitable for sake brewing and growing high-quality rice. Local sake breweries start selling their new sake from mid-January. When you see a sakabayashi, a large cedar ball, hung out under the eaves of a sake brewery, it means

Sake Brewery Gero Onsen

Traveling on Nagaragawa Railway 長良川鐵道之旅 Nagaragawa Railway is a local line running along the Nagara River from Mino-ota Station to Hokuno Station through Seki, Minoshi, and Gujo-Hachiman stations. The Seki and Mino areas are famous for traditional crafts. The cutlery of Seki has been made by skilled craftsmen since the 12th century and is one of the world’s top brands. Popular souvenirs from this area include cooking knives, shavers, make-up scissors, and nail clippers. The Seki Sword Traditional Museum has an exhibition of Japanese sword making. Mino, with 18th century town houses with fire protection walls on the roofs, is famous for washi, Japanese handmade paper. Beautiful washi products such as letter sets, towels, and socks, make perfect souvenirs. http://www.kankou-gifu.jp 從美濃太田經由關、美濃市、郡上八幡直到北濃為止, 悠閒地順著長良川沿岸行走的當地列車。關及美濃的 傳統工藝也非常出名。傳承了從鎌倉時代持續至今的 刀匠技術的關市的刀刃,是世界的頂級品牌。從菜刀到 刮鬍刀或化妝用的小剪刀、指甲刀等,是很受歡迎的紀 念品。關鍛治傳承館中展示了日本刀的製造過程。至今 仍保留著卯建(卯建:在1樓屋頂跟2樓屋頂之間所突出 的小牆。原本作為防火牆用途,之後逐漸演變成為建 築的裝飾,並代表權力財富的象徵。)的町家民宅的美 濃,以和紙而聞名。使用細膩又優美的和紙所製成的 便條信紙、毛巾、襪子等最適合買來當紀念品。 http://www.kankou-gifu.jp/

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飛驒高山 能體驗與京都不同風格的日本文化的地方就是飛驒高 山。是約在400年前由金森長近(豐臣秀吉的家臣)所打 造而成的城下町(以諸侯的居城為中心發展起來的城 鎮)。金森長近將圍繞著城堡的高台做為武家屋敷,而 低一層的地方就做為平民居住之地。城下町的中心,以 商人町繁榮的上町、下町的三處街區合稱為「古街景」。 出格子(擁有突出的格子窗)造型建築相連的屋簷下流動 著生活用水,吊掛著又有造酒廠的招牌之稱,以杉葉所 做成的球「酒林」,而且町家特有的大戶(大門口)及老 字號店鋪的門簾櫛比鱗次。從那裏再走約10分左右,位 於稍微偏僻的高台上有著寺廟群集的東山寺町,是個鮮 為人知的漫遊景點。還有許多仿造京都的東山所建立 的或移築於此的寺廟,處處飄逸著寧靜的氣息。

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高山陣屋原本是金森長近的別墅之一,當飛驒成為 德川幕府的直轄地之後,從江戶派來的代官在此掌管政 治。在前面的廣場會舉辦朝市活動。 與大自然協調融和的摩登式外觀,讓飛驒高山美術 館本身就彷彿是座藝術品似的。世界數一數二的玻璃 藝術收藏品有參觀的價值。咖啡餐館的飛驒牛咖哩午 餐也值得推薦。 岐阜美食最具代表性的就是飛驒牛。在大自然與涼 爽氣候中所孕育而出的細膩的霜降牛肉,沒有多餘的脂 肪,高品味的食感非常受到大眾喜愛。牛排、燒肉、涮 涮鍋等,建議可吃一些做法較單純的料理方式來品味 肉質的鮮美。運用生息於長良川的香魚所烹調的料理也 是絕品。旅館飯店的早餐一定會有的朴葉味噌(朴樹是 一種日本特有的植物)是飛驒地方的鄉土料理。據說有


the new sake is ready. Don't hesitate to enter and ask to sample the latest brew. The Takayama Festival is held twice a year. The Spring Takayama Festival, aka the Sanno Festival, is held on April 14 and 15, and the Autumn Festival, aka the Hachiman Festival, is held on October 9 and 10. Gorgeously-decorated floats called yatai are pulled around the area. From Takayama on the Takayama Line, it takes about 20 minutes to get to HidaFurukawa, another beautiful old castle town with colorful carp swimming in the channels running through the center. Hida-no-Takumi Bunka Kaikan (craft museum) was built with Hida’s local lumber by local carpenters using skills passed down through generations of Hida craftsmen of construction without using nails. Okuhida Onsen-go hot spring resort includes five hot springs that overlook the Northern Alps.

Enjoy a relaxing time in the hot spring baths. http://www.hidatakayama.or.jp/

Shirakawa-go Shirakawa-go is one of the areas with a harsh climate and the most snow in Japan. The famous thatched houses (gassho-zukuri) with steep raftered roofs that look like a pair of hands in prayer (gassho) stand in the idyllic landscape. People have been living in these thatched houses for many decades, even in the heavy snow that lasts for five months of the year. The houses all face the same direction to avoid the snow and wind. The snow-covered houses are lit up in winter, creating an enchanting atmosphere. The traditional rural culture is still very much alive in this area and it is a designated World Heritage Site. Shiroyama viewpoint is the perfect place to

see a panorama of Ogimachi Gassho Village. The Wada House is the biggest gassho-zukuri house in the Ogimachi village. Although the house is currently used as a residence, the first and second floors are open for tourists. The Kanda House, with a fire burning in the irori fireplace throughout the year, has all floors open for tourists. Doburoku Festival Museum on the premises of the Shirakawa Hachiman Shrine offers local unrefined sake (doburoku) tasting. Some gassho-zukuri houses offer accommodations. Enjoy dining on unpretentious dishes while sitting by the fireside. *Most of the gassho-zukuri houses are still currently used as residences. Please maintain proper tourist manners when walking around in the area. Inquiries: Shirakawa-go Tourist Information Center http://shirakawa-go.org/kankou/

Okuhida Onsen-go Shirakawa-go

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殺菌效果的朴葉上面放上味噌及食材加以微烤後,會 洋溢出朴葉加上味噌的特有香氣,很適合下飯。 擁有超過50座造酒廠的岐阜,其中又以高山利用了源 流自飛驒山脈的清澈流水加上優質的白米,還有冬季寒 冷的氣候,非常適合造酒。過了1月中旬之後,當地的釀 酒倉庫將會陸續開放,如果在門前看到掛有杉玉(杉葉 所做成的球),表示「新酒出爐了」的告知,不用客氣可以 進去試喝看看。一年會舉辦兩次的高山祭,春季的山王 祭是4/14-15,而秋季的八幡祭則是10/9-10,可觀賞得 到拖曳著華麗絢爛無比的屋台的祭典盛況。 從高山搭高山本線約20分。飛驒古川是留存在飛驒的 另一個古老的街景。原是個地方不大的美麗的城下町, 流經城市中間的水道中有著五顏六色的鯉魚游來游去。 飛驒之匠文化館是運用了飛驒所產的木材,經由傳承了

Hida Furukawa

飛驒師匠精湛技巧的當地木工師傅所建造,整棟建築 物是棟沒有用到半根釘子所蓋成的館。奧飛驒溫泉鄉是 由可眺望北阿爾卑斯美景的五處溫泉地所構成的,泡個 溫泉好好地放鬆身心吧。http://www.hidatakayama. or.jp/ 白川鄉 位居日本數一數二的豪雪地帶,是個擁有嚴寒氣候風 土文化的地方。外形看起來像是雙掌合攏,擁有陡峻斜 角的茅草屋頂的合掌造型建築的民宅林立於悠閒的田 園風光中。能抵禦長達5個月之久的豪雪的合掌造型民 宅守護著民眾的生活至今。為了避風雪,每棟建築都朝 向同一方向建造。冬天還會用燈光加以照明,更顯出夢 幻般的氣氛。至今仍傳承了傳統的農村文化,也被登錄

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在世界遺產中。 從城山展望台(白川鄉)可將荻町合掌聚落一覽無遺。 和田家是荻町合掌聚落中擁有最大規模的合掌造型建 築。現在仍作為居家使用,並開放1樓及2樓部分供遊 客參觀。神田家則是一年到頭裡面圍爐裏都燒著炭火, 可以參觀到最頂層。位於白川八幡神社境內的濁酒祭 之館中,可以試喝濁酒。也有可供住宿的合掌造型建 築。圍坐在圍爐邊,享受樸實美味的家常菜餚。(洽詢:白 川鄉觀光介紹中心) ※合掌造型的建築物幾乎到現在都還是被當作居家使 用,參觀時記得要遵守規矩跟應有禮節。

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傳新求變的銀座。就讓我們四處逛逛,找尋銀座精緻細膩及格調高尚的一面吧!

統、老字號店舖、精心講究的專賣店、最新的美食及商店。新舊共存不斷地求

Omu-rice: Ginza Shiseido Parlour

Go for a Walk and Shopping in Let’s stroll around Tokyo 滿懷欣喜地漫步 於東京街道

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享受散步&購物樂趣

There used to be a silver mint in the Edo era (1603-1867) in the area, naming the area Ginza “(silver guild”). Ginza has long been a pioneer of incorporating the latest trends of the Western countries and establishing a new culture. While being a gathering place for literary and cultural figures, the town has also been at the forefront of Japanese fashion. Ginza is also the place where Japan’s first art gallery opened in 1875. Since then, many art galleries have opened in this area, numbering more than 300 art galleries as of today. Ginza is also famous for gourmet food, with well-established restaurants as well as more trendy eateries. Since it is located near Tsukiji Market, there are many sushi restaurants. Ginza Chuo-dori Street stands out with superb grace and beauty in Ginza. The street is turned into a vehicle-free promenade on Sundays and holidays, where many people freely walk around and relax. Ginza 4-Chome intersection of Ginza Chuo-dori Street and Harumi-dori Street is the heart of Ginza, lined with high-brand shops of the world and world-class Japanese stores. Along the street from the 5-Chome to 6-Chome areas are fast-fashion brand shops, while the 6-Chome and 7-Chome areas are famous for having a variety of art galleries. Ginza offers you quality time for dining out and shopping. The area also has hotels and theaters within

walking distance, welcoming a wide range of people. This well-maintained area allows you to enjoy leisurely strolling on beautiful streets. As you look around, you will notice that Ginza attracts fashion-conscious people. Ginza is a highly sophisticated town for adults, but also has a different atmosphere in its back alleys. You can enjoy Ginza by simply strolling around anyway you please.

由於江戶幕府的銀幣鑄造所曾座落在此, 因而將此地命名為「銀座」。從以前開始, 一直以來總是搶先導入外國的流行事物, 創造出嶄新的文化。除了是許多文化人士 聚集之地以外,也是流行時尚資訊的發信 地。1875年日本第一座藝廊,也是在銀座 誕生的。之後陸陸續續地蓋了許多畫廊, 現在據說銀座擁有300間以上的畫廊及藝 廊。還有許多美食,老字號店舖、知名的店 家、話題沸騰的店家等比比皆是。離築地市 場也很近,所以壽司店也很多。 銀座中央通,在銀座中也別具傲人的高 格調及優美。一到假日成了行人徒步區,許 多人在這裡悠閒地散步或歇腳休息。銀座 中央通及晴海通交會於此的銀座4丁目十字 路口,是銀座的中心。以這裡為中心,許多 世界知名的高級名牌精品店及日本的傲世 名牌商店一間接著一間櫛比鱗次。從5丁目 到6丁目林立了許多快速時尚品牌專賣店, 而6丁目~7丁目則是畫廊、藝廊匯集之處。 在銀座可享受美食及逛街購物樂趣,也 有飯店,稍微延伸一下腳步還有劇場。治安 又好,街景優美,走在街上的人們時髦又高 雅。既是品味高尚的成熟人士聚集之地,而 後街小巷道中又別有一番風情。隨心所欲地 享受四處漫步樂趣也是銀座的魅力之一。

Shops / 購物: A Burberry International : directly managed by Burberry UK. 國際巴寶莉旗艦 店: BURBERRY UK的直營門市 B ELTTOB TEP ISSEY MIYAKE GINZA: items of all brands of ISSEY MIYAKE, including BAO BAO bags, are available. 三宅一生ELTTOB TEP銀座店: 經營三宅一生旗下 所有品牌的直營旗艦店。超人氣的BAO BAO包包系列也能買得到。 C DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA Comme des Garçons: a new-type of store under the direction of Rei Kawakubo and the hut, the symbol of DSM, is also designed by her. DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA Comme des Garçons: 象徵著「DOVER STREET MARKET-丹佛街市場」的小屋是由川久保玲所設計。 D GINZA itoya: stationery shop 銀座伊東屋: 文具用品專賣店 E Tokyo Kyukyodo Ginza Store: well-established Japanese stationary store with some 350 years of history 東京鳩居堂 銀座本店: 約擁有350 年歷史的和風文具、線香的老字號店鋪 F Hakuhinkan TOY PARK: toy store selling a variety of toys 博品館TOY PARK: 玩具專賣店 G Gekkoso: art supply store 月光莊畫材店: 畫材專賣店 H Ginza Natsuno Main Store: chopstick store 銀座夏野 本店: 筷子專賣店

Gourmet spots / 美食: I Ginza Shiseido Parlour: well-established restaurant of Western cuisine 資生堂PARLOUR銀座本店: 西洋料理的老字號店鋪 J Beer Hall Lion: famous for its open ceiling space and large wall painting BEER HALL LION: 充滿開放感的天花板及巨大壁畫為其特徵

K Ginza Sembikiya Fruit Parlor: Japan’s first fruit café 銀座千疋屋 銀座本店FRUIT PARLOUR: 日 本第一家高級水果店 L Ginza Tenkuni: venerable tempura restaurant 銀座 天國: 天婦羅的老字 號店鋪 Bag: Burberry International / Hakuhinkan TOY PARK Below(L-R): Gekkoso / Beer Hall Lion

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The 3rd Ginza Fashion Week, a collaborative event of two department stores in Ginza--Matsuya Ginza and Ginza Mitsukoshi--, will be held from October 17 through 23, 2012. Fashion shows and other events are planned. 松屋銀座及銀座三越所共同舉辦的活動 第3屆「GINZA FASHION WEEK(銀座時 尚週)」將於2012年10月17日起至23日為 止舉辦為期一週的活動,預定將有時尚 走秀表演等精彩節目內容。 Left above (L-R): Fruit Sandwitch: Ginza Sembikiya Fruit Parlor / Tempura: Ginza Tenkuni Left below (L-R): Fun: Tokyo Kyukyodo / Original Furoshiki: GINZA itoya Above Right: Tokyo Kyukyodo Ginza Store

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Come and Experience New Tokyo Station 一起體驗重生的東京站吧

Tokyo Station, the terminal station with the most number of platforms in Japan, is going to be born again this autumn. Along with the completion of the preservation and restoration of the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building, designated an Important Cultural Property of Japan, renewal of various other facilities has been completed. Now is a great time to enjoy Tokyo Station!

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月台數量傲視日本全國的起終站「東京站」,將 在今年的秋天重生。隨著被指定為國家重要文 化財的丸之內站廳保存與復原工程完成,各種 設備也將重新開放。趁機一起體驗東京站吧!

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October 1 (Mon), 2012 - Completion of the preservation and restoration of the Marunouchi Station Building and nighttime illuminations begin - Opening of JR EAST Travel Service Center - Opening of Central Street - Opening of Tokyo Station Gallery

2012年10月1日(週一) - 丸之內站廳保存與復原完成,以及開始打燈 - JR EAST Travel Service Center (JR東日本旅行服務中心)開幕 - Central Street(中央街) 開幕 - 東京站畫廊 開館 2012年10月3日(週三) - 東京站飯店 開幕

October 3 (Wed), 2012 - Renewal opening of Tokyo Station Hotel

Opening of JR EAST Travel Service Center JR EAST Travel Service Center in Tokyo Station will offer extensive services especially to foreign travelers to Japan. Visitors can purchase optional tours at Travel Counters as well as redeeming JR EAST PASS and various ticketing arrangements. The center includes a Tourist Information Center, Foreign Exchange, ATMs, and a Baggage Service Counter for the convenience and comfort of travelers in Japan. All pictures are likenesses, for illustrative purposes only.

JR EAST Travel Service Center (JR東日本旅行服務 中心) 開幕 特別為了服務造訪日本的外國遊客,在東京站內成立 JR東日本旅行服務中心。旅遊櫃台除了兌換JR東日本 通票與購買搭車票以外,也可以購買彈性旅遊團行 程。也設有觀光導覽處、兌換外幣處、ATM提款機、手 提行李寄送服務處,讓遊客能更方便旅遊日本。

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Completion of the preservation and restoration of Marunouchi Station Building and nighttime illuminations begin On the completion of the preservation and restoration of the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building, nighttime illumination of the station building will begin. The illuminations will be turned on at sunset and gradually dimmed starting at about 9 p.m., creating different appearances of the building in the process.

Opening of Central Street The commercial Central Street will be along central passage of the first floor of Tokyo Station. The concept of Central Street is “Link Japan,” dedicated to become the link between the metropolitan and local areas in Japan and abroad. The large facility comprises 3 zones; the “Station Select Zone” selling an extensive selection of foods including boxed lunches (bento) from famous restaurants and bakeries as well as trendy goods, the “Ekiben Store” selling exclusive boxed lunches to eat on the train (ekiben) and the “Gift Zone” filled with not only souvenirs and gift items but also famous confections and sweets you can enjoy during your travels.

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丸之內站廳保存與復原完成,以及開始打燈 完成東京站丸之內站廳的保存與復原,開始在站廳打燈。太 陽下山時點燈,預定從晚上9點左右開始,一點一滴地變暗、 改變風貌來熄燈。

Central Street (中央街)開幕 東京站閘口1樓中央通道的商業設施「Central Street(中 央街」開幕。「Central Street(中央街)」其理念是「Link Japan(連接日本)」,意謂扮演連繫“人與人” 、 “東京都中心與 地方”、 “日本與國外”的接點。設施內分為「車站精選區」、 「車站便當專門店」、「禮品區」3種。「車站精選區」從道地 的糕餅店乃至名店便當等等,提供車站各種需求的「飲食」, 還具備流通訊息的流行雜貨等等精選商品項目。「車站便當 店」是專門經營日本全國車站便當的新地標。可享用全國各 處的知名車站便當。「禮品區」不只有當地名產與禮品,還有 陳列旅途中可隨意享用的明高級點心與甜點。

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Tokyo Station Gallery The Tokyo Station Gallery originally opened in 1988 and will be re-opened after a renovation based on the concept of “a small but authentic art museum.” The entrance to the three-story gallery is on the first floor, the second floor, the “historic floor,” exhibits art within the original brick walls of Tokyo Station, and the third “contemporary floor” is a contemporary exhibition space. Various exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, architecture, design and more are scheduled for the gallery with the expectation to be a place where people can enjoy formal art.

東京站畫廊開館 西元1988年興建的東京站畫廊整修後再次開幕。其理念是成 為「小而完善的美術館」。3層樓高的畫廊分別是1樓入口,「感 受歷史的2樓」,讓您享受東京站創立當時的磚瓦壁氣氛,以及 「具以現代感的3樓」,壁面是新穎現代感的展示廳。預定舉 辦近現代美術與建築、設計等等為主的展覽會,將成為車站內 就能享受真正美術的設施。

Opening of the Renewed Tokyo Station Hotel The historic hotel that opened in 1915 has undergone renewal. A new page in the history of this unique hotel begins and has the same dignified elegance of the station building, a designated Important Cultural Property of Japan. The cozy interior of the hotel incorporates elements of its history with modern design in harmony with the station building in the European Classical style.

東京站飯店 開幕 擁有從西元1915年創業歷史的飯店即將重生。這家獨特的飯 店具有成為國家重要文化財的站廳風格與沉穩厚實感覺,其 累積的歷史歲月,以及現代飯店應有的功能設備,開始走出 嶄新的歷史。飯店館內的室內裝潢,注意配合歐式古典風格 的站廳外觀,並且增加現代設計元素,讓人感到十分舒適。

Tokyo Station is born again to be more convenient and attractive to travelers. It’s not only a place to pass through in a hurry to catch a train. Take advantage of the convenience and comfort for travelers available at the new Tokyo Station and enjoy your travel in Japan even more.

對旅客來說,東京站重生變得更加便利,更加具有魅力。只有 搭車經過實在太可惜。使用新的東京站,享受更便利、舒適的 日本之旅吧!

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新雪谷溫泉鄉 Niseko Onsen-kyo

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hen speaking of Niseko, Hokkaido, it is often noted as a good place for skiing and snowboarding. Located in one of the heaviest snow falling areas in Hokkaido, its powder snow is world famous. Niseko is also home to many hot springs. After skiing and enjoying the fresh air and panoramic views, nice hot springs await you. Niseko Konbu Onsen, the largest hot spring resort in Niseko, is situated along a mountain stream. Lush greenery in spring and colored leaves in autumn are well worth seeing. Niseko Higashiyama Onsen is at the foot of ski areas and Niseko Ekimae Onsen is conveniently near the station. Niseko Goshiki Onsen has five kinds of water and said to be good for health. Experiencing the unique muddy water bath of Niseko Yumoto Onsen could be an interesting adventure. In addition, Niseko Town and Rankoshi Town that spread along the base of Mt. Yotei are dotted with

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scores of hot springs each with different waters and atmospheres, such as Annupuri, Hirafu, Kutchan, Hanazono, Konbugawa, Yakushi, and Weiss – which is why some people call Niseko a “Hot Spring Paradise.” “Niseko Yumeguri Pass,” or a touring pass for hot springs in Niseko, is sold at 1,400 yen. With this pass, you can soak in three hot springs from among 16 bath facilities in the area (or one bath three times is also an option). If you want to fully enjoy hot springs, use the convenient and money-saving pass! In Niseko, golfing, canoeing, rafting, and hotair balloons are enjoyable in summer as well as snow activities in winter. Refresh your body and mind through sporting during the daytime and hot springs in the evening in the highland resort!

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By plane Tokyo (Haneda Airport/Narita Airport) → New Chitose Airport: 1 h 30-40 min by plane → JR NewChitose Airport Sta → Niseko Sta: 3 h by JR train

By train

Tokyo → Hakodate Sta: 5 h 26 min by shinkansen bullet train and limited express (via Shin-Aomori Sta) → Niseko Sta: 3 h by JR train From Niseko Sta: Go to each hot spring resort on foot, by bus or taxi. Direct bus is available from New Chitose Airport or Sapporo.

提板勝地。位於北海道數一數二的豪雪地帶,呈 起新雪谷就令人聯想到它是個著名的滑雪/滑雪

粉狀的雪質相當受到眾人喜愛。在四處洋溢著開放感 的雪山中盡情享受奔馳滑行樂趣之後,再好好地浸泡 溫泉,洗去一身的疲憊。新雪谷也是個匯集了許多泉 源的溫泉鄉。 新雪谷中最大的溫泉地區「新雪谷昆布溫泉」位於 溪流沿岸,春有深綠,秋賞紅葉,景色相當動人美麗。座 落在滑雪場山麓,地點方便的「新雪谷東山溫泉」,還 有離車站近,交通方便的「新雪谷站前溫泉」也很受歡 迎。另外像是據說富有5種類的泉質,有益健康的「新雪 谷五色溫泉」及日本全國也罕見的泥浴「新雪谷湯本溫 泉」也值得一試。其他還有安努普利(ANNUPURI) 、 比羅夫(HIRAFU) 、俱知安、花園、昆布川、藥師、威斯 (WEISS)等,展開於羊蹄山腳下的新雪谷町、蘭越町, 是個擁有許多不同泉質及氣氛的溫泉地,正有如溫泉 天堂一般。此外,只要花1400圓日幣就能買到可從該地 區的16間溫泉入浴設施中,任選3處(或是可泡3次)的 「新雪谷湯巡證」,想要好好地享受漫遊泡湯樂趣的 人,建議可以利用湯巡證,經濟實惠又方便。 除了冬天的雪上活動之外,在夏季期間新雪谷也是 個可享高爾夫、獨木舟、泛舟、熱氣球等樂趣的高原渡 假勝地。白天活動筋骨,晚上浸泡溫泉,讓身心都煥 然一新! *新雪谷:NISEKO,舊稱「二世古」 交通 飛機 從東京(羽田、成田)到新千歲機場約1小時30~40分。 從新千歲機場到新雪谷站,搭JR通常需要大約3小時 30分。

鐵路

Niseko Resort Tourist Association

從東京到函館搭新幹線及特急列車(在新青森換車)

http://www.niseko-ta.jp/en/

需5小時26分。從函館站到新雪谷站搭JR的話通常需 大約3小時。 從新雪谷站可走路或搭巴士、計程車前往各溫泉地。 從新千歲機場及札幌市內也可搭直達巴士。 新雪谷渡假村觀光協會 http://www.niseko-ta.jp/tc/ Niseko Yumeguri Pass Niseko Goshiki Onsen

Niseko Yumoto Onsen

Niseko Konbu Onsen

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geopark is a place where people can learn about how the earth was formed and works by coming into contact with “geological heritages” (geosites), which include peculiar geological features and conditions, such as volcanoes and rocks. Geoparks allow people to think about how the earth has been affecting the ecosystem and human life. Geoparks promote an experienced-based tourism style where visitors walk around to learn about the history of the earth and enjoy looking at dynamic scenery as well as tasting the locally harvested food.

謂地質公園,就是身處具有特 色的地形及地質、火山、岩石

等的「來自大地的遺產」(地 質景點),得知大地的起源及結 構,思考跟生態系及人類生活 等之間的相互關係的地方。

▲Tottori Sand Dunes / 鳥取砂丘 Map3

▼Oyashirazu / 親不知 Map2

▼Cape Muroto / 室戶岬 Map4

在大地上漫步,接觸著地 球的歷史,欣賞魄力十 足的景觀勝地,品嚐當 地的土壤 所孕育而 出的食材,提供體 驗型的觀光風格 的大地的公園。

能接觸到地球創造出的震撼魄力-

Geoparks 地質公園 Experience the Dynamism of the Earth at

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▼Lake Toya and Mt. Showa Shinza / 洞爺湖及昭和新山 Map1

▼Mt. Heisei Shinzan / 平成新山 Map5

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1. Toya Caldera and Usu Volcano Global Geopark /

洞爺湖 有珠山地質公園

2. Itoigawa Global Geopark / 糸魚川地質公園

3. San’in Kaigan Geopark /

山陰海岸地質公園

4. Muroto Geopark / 室戶地質公園 5. Unzen Volcanic Area Global Geopark / 島原半島地質公園

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The Japanese archipelago encompasses highly diverse landforms with rare geological features in the world. Five locations in Japan (as of August, 2012) that have been considered to have a particularly high quality of land diversity, including Lake Toya and Mount Usu, the Itoi River, the San-in coasts, the Tokyo Shimabara Peninsula, and Muroto, are designated as global geoparks by the Global Geoparks Network (an UNESCO program established in 2004). In addition, there are about 20 other geoparks that have been developing various original experience-based programs. Since Japan has many active volcanoes, there are various measures against eruption disaster, while at the same people enjoy the blessings of the volcanoes, such as hot springs. Geoparks in Japan have many interesting attractions, where people can experience dynamic crustal movements, see fossils over 100 million years old, and so on. Please enjoy Japan’s geoparks with guided tours, hot springs, distinct local cuisine, and varieties of local sake.

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日本列島擁有世界上也罕見的大地的多樣性。特別是被 認同為優質的洞爺湖有珠山、糸魚川、山陰海岸、島原 半島、室戶的五處,受到世界地質公園網絡(由聯合國 科教文組織UNESCO所支持,於2004年發起)所認定 (2012年8月現在)之外,另約有20個地域正在進行開 發各種欲成為地質公園所需具備的各項體驗方案。日本 由於擁有許多活火山,飽受了火山之惠,除了可享溫泉 樂趣之外,還能看到為了預防火山爆發所帶來的災害的 各種措施。能實際體會震撼十足的地殼變動,觀賞歷經 了1億年歲月的化石等,日本的地質公園有許多值得一見 之處。敬請透過各種嚮導同行之旅或溫泉、富有特色的 鄉土料理、銘酒,親身體會感受日本之美。

Photos provided by San'in Kaigan Geopark Promotion Council Left: Seafood from the Sea of Japan Right:Gembudo Cave / 左:日本海的海鮮 右:玄武洞▶

3. San’in Kaigan Geopark

山陰海岸地質公園

Beautiful coastlines created by diverse geological conditions

Takeno Beach (Snorkeling) / 竹野海岸▲

San’in Kaigan Geopark has an extensive area encompassing a variety of geological features, such as ria coasts, dunes, volcanic landforms, and waterfalls. Gembudo, a cave with variously curved beautiful columnar joints, is globally known as the place where the phenomenon of magnetic reversal was first discovered. This geopark offers a variety of activities, including sea bathing, sightseeing, boat riding, mountain climbing, skiing, and hot spring tours, as well as local gourmet delicacies, such as snow crab, Japanese black beef, and various kinds of fruit.

多樣的地質所形成優美海岸線 山陰海岸地質公園在遼闊的地區中,擁有溺 灣(RIAS式海岸)、砂丘、火山及瀑布等的 多樣化地形。玄武洞中的彎曲成各式各樣的 柱狀節理,形成了精彩的景觀。也因為是發 現地球磁場逆轉的地方而聞名世界。海水浴 及遊覽船、登山及滑雪等可享受各式各樣的 休閒及遊覽溫泉的樂趣。還有楚蟹及黑毛和 牛、水果等美食也相當豐富。

http://sanin-geo.jp/en/index_english.html

http://sanin-geo.jp/en/index_english.html (English)

Osaka Sta -> Tottori Sta: 2 h 30 min by JR limited express train Osaka Sta -> Toyooka Sta: 2h 40 min by JR limited express train Osaka Sta -> Amino Sta: 2h 50 min by JR limited express train

大阪站→鳥取站:搭JR線特急需2小時30分 大阪站→豐岡站:搭JR線特急需2小時40分 大阪站→網野站:搭JR線特急需2小時50分

Photos provided by Unzen Volcanic Area Geopark Promotion Office Mount Heisei Shinzan Formed During the Eruptions Between 1990 and 1995 / 因1990-1995年的火山爆發所形成的平成新山▼ Affected Elementary School (burned down by blasts of hot air from pyroclastic flows) / 小學受災(因熔岩流所伴隨的熱風而燒毀)校舍▼

5. Unzen Volcanic Area Global Geopark 島原半島地質公園

Calamities and blessings of volcanic eruptions This geopark includes Mount Heisei Shinzan, an active volcano that erupted between 1990 and 1995. At the park visitors can learn about the reconstruction process following the disaster. Chijiwa Fault, which was formed by sinking land, is an interesting place to see the dynamic features of faults. Although people in this area have been largely affected by volcanic eruptions, they are blessed with abundant spring water, fertile lands, hot springs, and other natural resources created by the volcano. Visitors can learn about the unique history of people co-existing with the active volcano in this area.

火山爆發所帶來的災害及恩惠 眼前就能看到從1990年到1995年 爆發的活火山「平成新山」,以及因 為火山爆發所帶來的災害後的復興 工程。此外,由於地面沉陷動作而產 生的千千石斷層的魄力震撼的斷層 地形也很有趣。還可接觸到雖然被 火山爆發折騰翻弄,活用了受火山之 惠而來的豐富的湧泉水、肥沃的大地 及溫泉等生活至今的人類歷史。 http://www.unzen-geopark.jp/ch-top

http://www.unzen-geopark.jp/en-top

博多站→島原半島站:搭JR線特急經

Hakata Sta -> Shimabara Hanto Sta : 3 h by JR limited express train and Shimabara Tetsudo train (change at Isahaya Sta)

由諫早站,搭島原鐵道需3小時

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Unzen Onsen Hot Springs / 雲仙溫泉▶


◀Lake Toya and Mount Showa Shinzan / 洞爺湖及昭和新山

Living with volcanoes on shaking ground Mount Usu is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan, erupting four times in the 20th century. The walking paths lead you to the crater that was formed by an eruption in 2000. This geopark has a variety of exhibition facilities, including a volcano science museum. A hot spring was discovered after an eruption in 1910, offering visitors a relaxing time in a hot spring gazing out at Toya Caldera. The land formed by the series of eruptions produces abundant food. The locally produced ingredients served at the G8 Summit held here in 2008 were highly praised for their superior quality.

變動的大地 與火山的共生 20世紀中爆發了四次的日本數一數二的活火山-有珠 山。經由漫步道一直走,還可走到2000年的火山爆發所 造成的火山口旁。火山科學館等的展示設施也很充實。 因1910年的火山爆發而湧出了溫泉,所以還能一邊眺望 洞爺火山口的美景,一邊享受浸泡溫泉樂趣。經過了反 覆火山爆發所形成的大地,也是豐富食材的寶庫。2008 年G8高峰會議曾在此舉辦,優質的食材也讓各國嘉賓 讚不絕口。

http://www.toya-usu-geopark.org/?pagename=english

http://www.toya-usu-geopark.org/?pagename=chinese (簡體字)

Sapporo Sta -> Toya Sta: 1 h 37 min by limited express on the JR Muroran Line

札幌站→洞爺站:搭JR室蘭本線特急約1小時37分

◀Nishi-yama Piedmont Crater Foot Path / 西山山麓火山口漫步道

Scallops from Funka Bay / 噴火灣特產干貝▶ Photos are provided by Toyako Town Office

1. Toya Caldera and Usu Volcano Global Geopark 洞爺湖 有珠山地質公園

Nature and culture on a tectonic fault line This geopark includes Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Fault Line (the fault where the Pacific Plate and Eurasian Plate meet), which allows us to learn how the Japanese archipelago was formed, as well as 24 geosites, including Jade Coast, where jade pieces have washed up since ancient times, creating the world’s oldest jade culture. There are two national parks in the city, where visitors can enjoy trekking, hot springs amidst the great nature, and local seafood from the Sea of Japan.

Photos provided by Itoigawa Geopark Council Mt. Myojo and Takanami Pond / 明星山及高浪之池▶ Red snow crab / 紅楚蟹▶ Renge Onsen Hot Springs / 蓮華溫泉▼

http://www.geo-itoigawa.com/e/index.html

Tokyo Sta -> Itoigawa Sta: 2 h 40 min by bullet train on the Joetsu Shinkansen Line and (limited express Hakutaka on the Hokuhoku Line (change at Echigo-Yuzawa Sta) 大陸板塊交會之地的自然與文化 除了能看到顯現出日本列島的形成奧秘的糸魚川-靜岡構造線(北美大陸板塊 及歐亞大陸板塊所交會的境界)的斷層之外,還可漫遊醞釀出世界最古老的 翡翠文化的、能撿到翡翠的海岸等24處的地質景點。市內有兩座國立公園,能 充分享受登山健行及大自然中的溫泉、品嚐日本海的海鮮等樂趣。 http://geo-itoigawa.com/c_t/

東京站→糸魚川站:搭上越新幹線經由越後湯澤站,改搭北北(HOKUHOKU)線 特急HAKUTAKA需2小時40分

2. Itoigawa Global Geopark

糸魚川地質公園

Photos provided by Muroto Geopark Promotion Office Spawning Ground for Sea Turtles / 海龜的產卵地▼ Seabed Sand and Mud Raised by Earthquakes (photo of turbidite layers) / Whale Watching / 賞鯨▼ 因地震而隆起的海底的砂、泥(濁積岩層的照片)▶

4. Muroto Geopark

室戶地質公園

A place where the earth was thrust up by massive earthquakes, giving birth to new lands The Muroto Peninsula, which at one time was undersea, is now a place filled with interesting geological spots, including traces of magma and new land formations raised in the Nankai megathrust earthquakes. The area also includes a mystical cave where Kukai, a famous Japanese Buddhist priest, became enlightened about 1,200 years ago. There are facilities, called Deep Sea World and Aqua Farm, where you can learn about, drink, and swim in deep sea water, which comes up when it hits the steep fault scarp located relatively close to the shore, allowing easier access and intake of the deep sea water in that area. Visitors can also enjoy whale watching from March to May. http://www.muroto-geo.jp/www/en/index.php

因巨大地震而誕生了新的大地的地點 過去沉於海底的室戶半島,擁有岩漿的 痕跡及一片因南海地震而隆起的新生大 地,是個擁有許多景觀景點的地方。據 說約在1200年前,曾是高僧空海大師頓 悟之地的洞窟也充滿了神秘的氣息。還 有運用了由於碰到以險峻角度直落海中 的斷層崖而上昇的海洋深層水的健康體 驗設施,從3月到5月期間還能享受賞鯨 樂趣。 http://www.muroto-geo.jp/www/en/index. php (English)

高知市內→室戶岬:搭前往室戶岬的高 速巴士約1小時40分

Kochi City -> Muroto-misaki (Cape Muroto): 1 h 40 min by expressway bus bound for Muroto-misaki

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Basic Japanese Home Cooking

Let’s learn from a veteran Japanese housewife!

野菜の揚げ浸し Yasai no Agebitashi

Deep-fried vegetables in marinating sauce Ingredients (serves 4) 4 eggplants 1/2 yellow bell pepper 1/2 red bell pepper 8 shishito greenbell peppers

100g kabocha (Japanese pumpkin) Salad oil for frying

Marinating Sauce 2 cups dashi stock 1/4 cup mirin 1/4 cup soy sauce

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Cooking directions: Heat mirin in a pan to the boiling point. Add the dashi stock and the soy sauce, and bring to a boil again. Turn off the heat, and let the sauce cool. (Always bring the mirin to a boil before adding the dashi stock and the soy sauce.) After cooling, pour it into a bowl or a flat-bottomed container. Remove the seeds from the kabocha but leave the rind on and cut into 5 mm thick slices (if a large kabocha, halve the slices). Remove the stems and seeds from the yellow and red peppers by hand. Cut them in half lengthwise and then cut crosswise into 1 cm thick slices.

Cut the stems of shishito and poke one or two holes in the skin to prevent the whole peppers from exploding in the hot oil. Roughly chop the eggplants into pieces. Pour salad oil into a pan to a depth of 5 cm, and cook the pumpkin over medium heat. Deep-fry until the rind can be easily pierced with a bamboo skewer. When it is done, remove from the oil, drain on a tray, and place in the sauce while still hot.

Always cut the eggplant just before deep-frying because they quickly change color after being cooked.

Deep-fry the green bell peppers over medium heat until the color becomes vivid and the thin outside membrane turns white. Deep-fry the other peppers in the same way.

Don't make chopsticks wet when placing the fried vegetables in the sauce.

Place the eggplant one layer deep in half of the deep-frying pan. Toss them in the oil using kitchen chopsticks and deep-fry until the skin becomes vivid purple and the white part turns golden. When they are cooked well (until they get shrunken by being grabbed with the chopsticks), drain and soak in the sauce.

Tips: Instructor: Kazuko Karasawa I learned cooking from my parents, who ran a Japanese restaurant, and my grandmother, who lived to be 100 years old. As a housewife, I've been cooking for 18 years. I like cooking everyday, taking care of my family’s health.

- Deep-fry the pumpkin first and cook slowly in a lower temperature oil to soften them. The other vegetables can be cooked in any order, but deep-fry them separately because the cooking times are slightly different. - Do not use wet chopsticks in hot oil to avoid being splashed with hot oil. Be careful not to use chopsticks wet from placing the fried vegetables in the sauce.

For more details, go to http://www.att-japan.net/recipe/ high heat

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The deep-fried vegetables are beautiful and in vivid colors. With zuccini, this dish would be like Southern French cuisine. I can get a lot of vegetables eating this dish.

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Japanese Liquid Measures: 1 cup = 200 ml = 6.76 fl oz / 1 tablespoon = 15 ml = 0.5 fl oz / 1 teaspoon = 5 ml = 0.16 fl oz

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Student: Laetitia Ogawa I was born in France and grew up there. I married a Japanese man. Because Japanese food is good for the health and my son and husband both like it very much, I want to master Japanese recipes.


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Ryokan and hotels across Japan.

Where will you stay? Sapporo

Onsen (hot springs), traditional gardens, tatami rooms, and Japanese traditional meals at ryokan (Japanese-style hotels)? Or spacious rooms with high-quality bedding surrounded by picturesque landscapes at first-class resort hotels? Sendai

Kanazawa Hiroshima

Tokyo

Kyoto

Fukuoka

Nagoya Osaka

Matsuyama

Hokkaido Tohoku Kita-Kanto Minami-Kanto Koshinetsu Hokuriku Tokai Kinki Chugoku Shikoku Kyushu/Okinawa

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Icon Legend Credit cards accepted Internet available Onsen (hot springs) Open-air bath Private bath Guest room with bath and toilet Washlets (bidet-style toilets) Eating in guest rooms allowed Complimentary shuttle service Karaoke Picturesque scenery Rooms for single persons

1.

Prices are based on 1 adult staying 1 night with 2 meals. Prices may vary depending on room types, the number of persons in a room, cuisine, and other variables. We recommend confirming prices when you book any accommodation. Where meals are not included in the standard rate, this is noted in the explanation of the accommodation.

2.

After booking by phone, we recommend confirming your reservation by fax or email

3.

Cancellation fees may be charged if you cancel a reservation. Please confirm the accommodation’s cancellation fees and regulations in advance.

How to search ryokan & hotels

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If you suffer from allergies or have food preferences, please inform the staff when you are booking your accommodation so that they can make preparations for your convenience.

1. Access to japan-ryokan.net

2. Check the data of each inn

3. Very convenient English map

AIZU HIGASHIYAMA

Onyado Toho 御宿東鳳

Ryokan & hotels

Open-air bath looking like floating in the sky

4. Access with your smartphone

旅館すぎもと

Enjoy freshly made buckwheat noodles

You can experience the charms of traditional Japan, starting with a room that commands a view from above of Aizuwakamatsu, an old samurai town, an open-air bath that seems like it is floating on clouds, and delicious local food and sake.

Standing on bleezy highlands, Sugimoto is a traditional onsen ryokan in the Sukiya style, a simple and refined architecture inspired by tea houses. Relax in our rooms with a loft or irori fireplace, and spectacular scenery. Enjoy our proud concoction of original dishes such as “Shinshu Beef cooked on a hot stone” that goes well with local sake. Soak in a historical open-air bath which the Imperial family in the 8th century shared and so loved. From Chuo Line Matsumoto Station: 15 min by taxi / 20 min by bus Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~11:00 15,750~31,500 451-7 Satoyamabe, Matsumoto City, Nagano 0263-32-3379 0263-33-5830

From JR Aizu-Wakamatsu Sta: 10 min by bus etc. Check in 15:00~ / Check out ~10:00 706 Innai, Ishiyama, Higashiyama-cho, 8,500~ Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima 0242-26-4141 0242-26-4570

http://www.onyado-toho.co.jp/

http://www.japan-ryokan.net/sugimoto/

ATAMI

Otsuki Hotel Wafuukan 大月ホテル 和風館

Luxury guest rooms with an open-air bath in their garden Our ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) is popular for serving delicacies made with fresh ingredients of the Izu Peninsula. Our staff brings each dish out of the kitchen to your room.

Every guest room is large, assuring complete relaxation of our guests. You can release yourself from daily stress in a relaxing atmosphere. From JR Atami Sta: 12 min on foot, or 5 min by taxi Check in 15:00~ / Check out ~10:00 15,000~ 3-19 Higashi Kaigan-cho, Atami City, Shizuoka 0557-81-6111 0557-81-3500

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MATSUMOTO

Ryokan Sugimoto

GERO

Gero Onsen Yunoshimakan 下呂温泉湯之島館

Built in 1931 on site that used to belong to the Shogun family of the time, Yunoshimakan is a Japanese-style hotel where the Emperor himself once stayed We offer traditional kaiseki (Kyoto haute cuisine) meals using Hida beef, and a nice “Bijinnoyu” onsen hot spring. Please relax in the wooden Sukiya-zukuri style building that was constructed by skilled carpenters in the Hida region 80 years ago. This fine work of art took over 3 years to craft. From Nagoya: take JR Takayama Line train “Wide View Hida,” get off at Gero-Onsen Station. Free pick-up service from the station is provided. Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~11:00 19,500~ 645 Yunoshima, Gero City, Gifu 0576-25-3131 0576-24-1882

http://www.yunoshimakan.co.jp/


ITO

青山やまと

SHIMODA

SHIMODA YAMATOKAN 下田大和館

White sand Tatado Beach stretches out invitingly right before your eyes

A traditional Japanese hotel, nestled on a hilltop overlooking the city and sea Get away from it all and relax surrounded by nature - green mountains and blue seas - in the quiet ambiance of a Japanese inn. The gracious hospitality includes delicious cuisine, and natural hot springs.

Our hotel is a Japanese-style ryokan with all rooms facing the sea. Meals feature fresh and delicious seafood from Shimoda Harbor. An private open-air bath commands a stunning sweeping view of the sea. From Tokyo Stn: 2 hrs 30 mins by JR express train “Odoriko,” From Shimoda Stn: 5 mins by free pick-up bus.

Check in 15:00~ / Check out ~11:00 7,480~31,650 (there is a seasonal special rate) 2048 Kisami, Shimoda City, Shizuoka  0558-22-1000 mail@shimoda-yamatokan.co.jp

From Tokyo Sta: 1 hr 50 min by Izukyu Railway express train “Odoriko,” or 1 hr 20 min by Tokaido Shinkansen ”Kodama” (transfer at Atami Stn) to Ito. From Ito Sta: 7 min by shuttle bus. Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~11:00 26,400~ (per person per night with 2 meals / 2 guests in 1 room / Service charge & tax included) seizan@yamatokan.co.jp 203 Oka, Ito City, Shizuoka   0557-37-3108

http://www.shimoda-yamatokan.co.jp/

http://www.seizanyamato.jp/e_plan/

Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan 本陣平野屋 花兆庵

HIDA TAKAYAMA

Ideal ryokan for a relaxing and luxurious vacation in Hida Takayama

和風旅館 粛 海風

Soaking in a comfortable wooden bathtub, with a glorious ocean view

Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan, with its gentle touch of Japanese hospitality and convenient proximity to popular tourist attractions, is the perfect place to make your stay in Hida Takayama all the more memorable. Here, you will enjoy the highest quality of service, and a room prepared with the traditional aesthetic sensitivity to the four seasons. For your evening dining pleasure, we serve authentic Japanese cuisine using the freshest seasonal ingredients. Have your choice of either Japanese or Western-style dishes for breakfast. From Nagoya Sta: 2 h 15 min by JR express train Wide View Hida, From Takayama Sta: 8 min on foot or 3 min by taxi. Free pick-up service available (reservation required) 17,850~ Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~10:00 1-34 Honmachi, Takayama-shi, Gifu 0577-34-1234 0577-34-7721

Fully enjoy the highest quality bathing time in our scenic open-air baths (available 24 hours), or private open-air baths. All the guest rooms command a beautiful ocean view of Southern Chita area.

From Nagoya Sta: 55 min by Meitetsu Railway express train, From Utsumi Sta: 5 min by car. / From Chubu Airport: Pick up service is available. 18,900~42,000 Check in 15:00~ / Check out ~10:00 3-1 Yamami Takamine, Minamichita-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi 0569-62-2222 0569-62-2050

http://www.honjinhiranoya.co.jp/english/

Onoe Hot Spring BENIAYU 旅館 紅鮎

CHITA

Shuku Kaifu

http://kaifuu.co.jp/english/

OKUBIWAKO

KYOTO

NISHIYAMA RYOKAN NISHIYAMA RYOKAN

Enjoy fine views of Lake Biwa, while staying at our Japanese-style lodging

International Registered Tourist Inn

Enjoy looking at Chikubu Island rising from the lake from your room, which also comes equipped with a massage chair to sooth your tired muscles and a relaxing open-air bath. In our restaurant, enjoy delicious Omi beef, or our specialty sweetfish dishes in summer or duck dishes in winter.

More than 2,000 visitors from around the world stay with us each year. Located in the heart of Kyoto, we are at the center of the city’s major sightseeing points. Relax in our leisurely guest rooms. Western style rooms with toilet and bath also available. All the guest rooms are non-smoking. Check in 16:00~ / Check out ~10:00 6,000~ (1 night stay without meals; tax excluded) From Kyoto Sta: 15 min by subway to the nearest station (Kyoto-shiyakusho-mae on Tozai Line). From No.10 Exit: walk 2 blocks to the north on Gokomachi St. Nijosagaru, Gokomachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 075-222-1166 075-231-3558

From Shinkansen Maibara Station: 20 mins by JR Hokuriku Line train, From Takatsuki Station: 10 mins by taxi / free pick-up bus available (reservation is required in advance). Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~11:00 23,250~37,110 (depending on rooms, meals, or which day to stay. Please inquire.) 312 Kohoku-cho Onoe, Higashi Azai-gun, Shiga 0749-79-0315 info@beniayu.com

http://www.ryokan-kyoto.com/

http://www.beniayu.com/english/

KYOTO

Gion HATANAKA 祇園 畑中

KYOTO

Ryokan Motonago 旅館 元奈古

With Kyoto flavor and a homy feeling

Silence in the city, tranquil atmosphere, Gion HATANAKA Hatanaka is located close to Gion an d is su r ro u n d e d by an ci e nt temples - come, unwind, relax and enjoy the abundance of peace that abounds this place. The freshest seasonal ingredients are prepared to preser ve the delicacy of Kyoto’s techniques of old. Enjoy Kyoto cuisine as it used to be had. Take in the variety of colors and visual appeal that beautify this wonderful presentation.

11 easy guest rooms with wooden scent and a tatami feel. Enjoy Kyoto cuisine in your room. Easily accessible to historic scenes on foot, such as a World Herigate site “Kiyomizu-dera Temple,” finest showplaces in Higashiyama area “Kodaiji Temple“ and “Nene-no-michi street,” “Maruyama Park,” “Yasaka Jinja Shrine,” or the famous Maikos’ town “Gion.” 1. From Kyoto Sta.: 15 min by taxi. 2. From Kyoto Sta. Central Exit bus stop D2: take #206 bus, From Gion stop: 5 min on foot.

From Keihan Shijo Sta.: 10 min on foot. / From Hankyu Kawaramachi Sta.: 10 min on foot. / From JR Kyoto Sta.: 15 min by car. Check in 14:00~ / Check out ~11:00 20,000~ (tax excluded) Yasaka Shrine Minamimonmae, Gion, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 075-541-5315 075-551-0553

Check in 16:00~ / Check out ~10:00 15,750~22,050 511 Washio-cho, Kodaiji-michi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 075-561-2087 075-561-2655

http://www.thehatanaka.co.jp/english/

http://www.motonago.com/en/top.html More Ryokan Information at www.japan-ryokan.net

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Tourist Information Transportation / 交通

Rail 鐵路

Taxis 計程車

Tokyo Furii Kippu (東京フリーきっぷ) (www.jreast. co.jp/e/pass/) is available for use on JR lines (inside Tokyo’s 23 wards), subways, and the Toei Bus service for one whole day – ending at midnight – at a charge of 1,580 yen. JR Kanto Area Pass (www.jreast.co.jp/e/kantoareapass/) is a discounted pass for unlimited rides in Tokyo and the surrounding Kanto area. Valid for three days, the pass is good for unlimited rides using reserved seats on ordinary cars on Shinkansen (bullet trains), limited express and other trains. Prices are 8,000 yen (Adults), and 4,000 yen (Children).

中最印象深刻的活動之一。東京─大阪間最快是2個小時30分。

Japanese taxis can be found at the exit to every train station in the country or alternatively hailed on the streets. The red sign visible through the windshield of the car: “空車” (kusha) means it is vacant and available for hire but when the sign reads “賃走” (chinso), it is unavailable. The back door on the left side will open and close automatically so be careful not to stand too close! (All the other doors are operated manually) Rates vary depending on the taxi company but usually start at a fixed rate of 710 yen (in Tokyo) for the first two kilometers. The rate system is shown inside the taxi and receipts can be issued. In urban areas, you can usually pay by credit card for a taxi. If credit cards are accepted, a taxi has a sticker showing this on the window.

Japan Rail Pass

除了可搭乘等候在車站前的計程車外,在路上也可叫到計程

Japan Rail Pass allows you to use the whole JR system (including the Shinkansen) but is only sold outside Japan. 28,300 yen gets you a full 7 day ticket (adults).

車。計程車能不能搭乘,可藉由車窗前部分的表示來判斷。顯

東京地區Suica和PASMO兩者除了JR線、地下鐵、其他大部分

示「空車」的時候,表示無人乘坐,可搭乘。出現「賃走」時表

的私鐵之外,也可搭乘巴士。

Japan is covered in a rail network that reaches to almost every corner of the archipelago. Most are owned and run by the Japan Railway (JR) system and the world famous “Shinkansen” bullet train is of course one of the fastest and most enjoyable forms of land transport anywhere – the distance between Tokyo and Osaka being covered in just 2hrs 30 mins on the fastest line. 日本的鐵路網相當發達,從日本國內到各處幾乎利用鐵路可到達, 主要有JR(Japan Railway Co., Ltd., 日本旅客鐵路)運行著,在這當 中藉由世界上也很有名的「新幹線」之移動,一定會是日本旅行

如果預定在日本逗留一些時間的話,不妨試試看IC卡吧!(購入 時要付¥500的保證金,將卡歸還時,保證金會退還給您。)在

示已經有別的乘客搭乘了。車子左後方的車門會自動打開與關

如果使用Tokyo Furii Kippu (www.jreast.co.jp/tc/pass/tokyo_free.

閉,所以要注意一下不要靠的太近被車門撞到(其他的車門用

html)的話,可在一天內無限制乘坐JR(東京23區內)加上地下

JAPAN RAIL PASS(日本鐵路旅遊券)是可利用包含新幹線的日本

手打開與關閉)。車費根據計程車公司而有所不同,但是一般

鐵、都營巴士,一張票1,580圓日幣。

全國的JR,只有在日本國外才有販賣,一個大人一週間28,300圓

起跳710圓日幣(最初的2公里),車資的體制告示在車內裡,也

JR Kanto Area Pass(JR 關東地區通票) (www.jreast.co.jp/tc/

日幣。

可拿到收據。在都市裡很多計程車可以用信用卡支付。可使用

eastpass/)是可於 3 日內自由搭乘東京及其周邊的關東地區新幹

信用卡支付的計程車在窗上貼有標示。

線與特快列車的優惠通票。價錢大人 8,000圓日幣、兒童 4,000

Type/類型: Duration/有效期 7-day/7天 14-day/14天 21-day/21天

Green/綠証 Adult/成人 37,800 YEN 61,200 YEN 79,600 YEN

Ordinary/普通証 Child/兒童 Adult/成人 Child/兒童 18,900 YEN 28,300 YEN 14,150 YEN 30,600 YEN 45,100 YEN 22,550 YEN 39,800 YEN 57,700 YEN 28,850 YEN

For more info, check the Japan Rail Pass website: 詳情請看JAPAN RAIL PASS的網站 www.japanrailpass.net

Bus 巴士 Long-distance buses in Japan are run by numerous companies including JR. Buses are generally more economic than traveling by plane or train but do take longer and can be affected by traffic jams at busy times of the day or night. Local buses run all over Japan as well as in the major cities and sometimes English instructions or stop announcements are used but this is not the case everywhere. We would recommend you ask drivers to remind you of where you must disembark prior to setting off. 包含JR,有許多公司提供長距離巴士的運行,一般來說比藉由 飛機和鐵路的旅行較具經濟性,但是所花的時間比較長,也 較容易受交通阻塞的影響。 主要的都市、城鎮可利用公車線路,最近雖然英語的表示和廣 播也逐漸增加,但是為了確實地到達目的地,建議您事先拜託

Tourist Information

剪票機旁的讀取機上觸摸一下,運費會從卡上自動被扣取。在

駕駛員,請駕駛員到達目的地時通知一下。

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Transportation Information 交通咨詢 Japan Railways(JR East) / JR東日本咨詢專線 050-2016-1603 03-3941-2004 Tokyo Metro / 東京捷運線 03-3831-0131 Keisei Electric Railway / 京成 03-3665-7220 Limousine Bus / Limousine 巴士 Getting Around in Tokyo / 東京的交通

In big cities, such as Tokyo and Osaka, the under and over ground train system is well organized and highly efficient accessing any and all parts of the cities. To avoid wasting time lining up for tickets and working out how to use the machines in different stations, it is highly recommended to purchase pre-paid cards.

圓日幣。

Getting Around in Osaka / 關西的交通

Transportation cards/useful tickets 划算的交通卡 In the Kansai (Osaka) area ICOCA or PiTaPa is available IC cards similar to Suica / PASMO. Kansai Area Pass (www.jr-odekake.net/en/jwrp/) is valid for unlimited travel using ordinary non-reserved seats of JR-WEST local and rapid trains in the defined "Free Area." Prices are 2,000 yen (1-day), 4,000 yen (2-days), 5,000 yen (3-days), and 6,000 yen (4-days). Kansai Thru Pass (スルッと関西) (www.surutto.com) offers a similar service to the Tokyo Furii Kippu in Kansai and enables subway, railway (bar JR lines), and bus use throughout the Kansai area. Price - 3,800 yen for 2 days or 5,000 yen for 3 days.

在東京,大阪等大都市的交通系統被充分的整備,如果使用電車 或是地下鐵的話可到達任何地方,如果不想浪費為了購買車票而

在關西(大阪)地區有ICOCA和PiTaPa兩種IC卡扮演著跟Suica/

排隊的時間,建議您利用預付費卡。

PASMO同樣的角色。 使用關西地區周遊券 (www.jr-odekake.net/en/jwrp/)可利用在自由

Transportation cards/useful tickets 划算的交通卡

區域內的JR普通列車(含快速列車)的普通車自由席隨意上下

If planning to stay in Japan for a longer period why not try using IC cards? (500 yen deposit returned when returning the card) Simply touch the card on a rectangular pad beside the ticket gate and the fare used is automatically deducted from the value of the card. In Tokyo the cards are known as Suica or PASMO and are accepted on JR lines, subways and most other railways and buses.

車。價錢為1日券2,000圓日幣,2日券4,000圓日幣,3日券5,000 日幣,4日券6,000圓日幣。 KANSAI THRU PASS (www.surutto.com)能夠自由乘坐關西地區 的地下鐵、私鐵(JR線除外)及巴士。2日乘車卡3,800圓日幣、3 日乘車卡5,000圓日幣。


Tourist Information Money / 貨幣

Telephone Service / 電話

You can cash traveler’s checks at many banks. Traveler’s checks can also be used at hotels, ryokan Japanese style hotels, and shops in big cities. Credit cards can be widely used in urban areas, but sometimes are not accepted at shops in rural areas.

Public telephones can be found almost everywhere in Japan and most can be used to make domestic and international calls. Only 10 or 100 yen coins can be used but all telephones take pre-paid telephone cards – purchase in convenience stores for 500 or 1000 yen.If you use a calling card when you make an international call, it can reduce your calling rate.

旅行支票可在很多家銀行換錢。而且,大都市的飯店或旅館、商 店,也可使用信用卡。雖然信用卡在城市裡可廣泛使用,但是在

在日本國內的各個地方設置有公共電話,可使用國內、國際電話

有些郊區的商店無法使用。

的服務。使用10日圓、100日圓的硬幣,或者是電話卡(在便利商店 等販賣,有¥500、或是¥1000)。若要撥打國際電話,也可以使用

Money Exchange

兌換

電話卡降低通話費。

Exchanging non-Japanese currency for yen can be carried out at international airports, and most major banks. At the airports exchanging Japanese yen into foreign currency is also possible. Operating hours are usually 6:30am-11:00pm. At “World Currency Shop,” even after banks close their doors it is possible to exchange later in the day. Jimbocho Head Quarters - 03-5275-7611 (11:00am-5:00pm)

KDDI Super World Card http://www.001.kddi.com/en/lineup/with-guidance/swc/ NTT Communications World Pre-paid Card http://506506.ntt.com/english/service/p_card/ Brastel International Calling Service 博朗思特永恒智慧國際電話 http://www.brastel.com/pages/eng/home/ Depending on the type of cell-phone you have, it may also be able to be used in Japan through roaming service. You can rent a cell-phone at international airports in Japan.

在機場或是都市銀行可兌換日幣,在機場也可將日圓再兌換回外 幣,營業時間從早上6點半到晚上11點。 在「World Currency Shop」即使超過銀行的營業時間也辦理兌換業 務。神保町本店03-5275-7611(從上午11點到晚上5點)

有時使用自己的手機,透過漫遊也可在日本國內使用。另外,日

ATMs

本國內的國際機場也可以使用租借手機的服務。

You can withdraw Japanese yen from ATMs of some banks with credit cards or cash cards which were issued outside Japan.

NTT DOCOMO Handset Rental for Inbound Roamers 在日本 利用漫遊服務,請選擇NTT DOCOMO http://roaming.nttdocomo.co.jp/en/ Softbank Global Rental http://www.softbank-rental.jp/en/ JAL ABC Japan domestic mobile phone rental http://www.jalabc.com/rental/domestic_eng/ PuPuru: Cell Phone Rentals Japan http://www.pupuru.com/en/

有些銀行的提款機,可以用國外發行的信用卡或提款卡提領日幣。

Japan Post Bank www.jp-bank.japanpost.jp/en/ias/en_ias_index.html SEVEN BANK www.sevenbank.co.jp/intlcard/index2.html

Postal Service / 郵便

Japanese coin & paper currency in circulation

Tourist Information

International Air Mail Fee 國際郵件費用表

Access Network

JR Line JR Narita Express Narita Sky Access Line Keisei Main Line Keikyu Line

Airport Terminal 2

Tokyo Monorail Limousine Bus

Shibuya

Narita Airport

Narita Airport

Toei Asakusa Line

TCAT Tokyo City Air Terminal

Hamamatsucho Ofuna

Higashi-Ginza

Shimbashi

Haneda Airport International Terminal YCAT Yokohama City Air Terminal

Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport Terminal 1

Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport Terminal 2

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A Akabanebashi Akabane-iwabuchi Akasaka Akasaka-mitsuke Akebonobashi Akihabara Aoyama-itchome Asakusa Asakusabashi Awajicho Ayase Azabu-juban

I Ichigaya Ichinoe Iidabashi Ikebukuro Inaricho Iriya Itabashi-honcho Itabashi-kuyakushomae Iwamotocho

H Hakusan Hamacho Hanzomon Hasune Hatchobori Heiwadai Hibiya Higashi-ginza Higashi-ikebukuro Higashi-koenji Higashi-nakano Higashi-nihombashi Higashi-ojima Higashi-shinjuku Hikarigaoka Hikawadai Hiro-o Honancho Hongo-sanchome Honjo-azumabashi Hon-komagome

G Gaiemmae Ginza Ginza-itchome Gokokuji Gotanda Gyotoku

F Funabori

E Ebisu Edogawabashi

D Daimon

C Chikatetsu-akatsuka Chikatetsu-narimasu

B Bakuro-yokoyama Baraki-nakayama

N Nagatacho Nakai Naka-meguro Nakano Nakanobu Nakano-fujimicho Nakano-sakaue Nakano-shimbashi Naka-okachimachi Nerima Nerima-kasugacho Nezu Nihombashi Nijubashimae Ningyocho Nishidai Nishi-funabashi Nishigahara Nishi-kasai Nishi-magome Nishi-nippori Nishi-ojima

M Machiya Magome Meguro Meiji- jingumae Minami-asagaya Minami-gyotoku Minami-senju Minami-sunamachi Minowa Mita Mitsukoshimae Mizue Monzen-nakacho Morishita Motohasunuma Motoyawata Myoden Myogadani

K Kachidoki Kagurazaka Kamiyacho Kanamecho Kanda Kasai Kasuga Kasumigaseki Kayabacho Kiba Kikukawa Kinshicho Kita-ayase Kita-sando Kita-senju Kiyosumi-shirakawa Kodemmacho Kojimachi Kokkai-gijidomae Kokuritsu-kyogijo Komagome Korakuen Kotake-mukaihara Kudanshita Kuramae Kyobashi

J Jimbocho

Tokyo Subway Map

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O Ochanomizu Ochiai Ochiai-minami-nagasaki Ogawamachi Ogikubo Oji Oji-kamiya Ojima Omote-sando Onarimon

Nishi-shinjuku Nishi-shinjuku-gochome Nishi-sugamo Nishi-takashimadaira Nishi-waseda Nogizaka S Sakuradamon Sendagi Sengakuji Sengoku Senkawa Shibakoen Shibuya Shimbashi Shimo

R Roppongi Roppongi-itchome Ryogoku

Oshiage Otemachi

Shimura-sakaue Shimura-sanchome Shin-egota Shin-itabashi Shinjuku Shinjuku-gyoemmae Shinjuku-nishiguchi Shinjuku-sanchome Shin-kiba Shin-koenji Shin-nakano Shin-ochanomizu Shin-okachimachi Shin-otsuka Shinozaki Shin-takashimadaira Shintomicho Shiodome

T Takadanobaba Takanawadai Takaracho Takashimadaira Takebashi Tameike-sanno Tatsumi Tawaramachi Tochomae

Shirokanedai Shirokane-takanawa Suehirocho Sugamo Suidobashi Suitengumae Sumiyoshi

U Uchisaiwaicho Ueno Ueno-hirokoji Ueno-okachimachi Urayasu Ushigome-kagurazaka

Todaimae Togoshi Tokyo Toranomon Toshimaen Toyocho Toyosu Tsukiji Tsukijishijo Tsukishima

Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd. Approved (Approval Number23-A001)

Z Zoshigaya

Y Yotsuya Yotsuya-sanchome Yoyogi Yoyogi-koen Yoyogi-uehara Yurakucho Yushima

W Wakamatsu-kawada Wakoshi Waseda

Ushigome-yanagicho


Musashi-Sakai 武蔵境

Kichijoji 吉祥寺

Nishi-Ogikubo 西荻窪

Kamishakujii 上石神井

Ogikubo 荻窪

Asagaya 阿佐ヶ谷

Saginomiya 鷺ノ宮

Toshimaen 豊島園

Koenji 高円寺

Nerima 練馬

Nakano 中野

Kamiitabashi 上板橋

Ikebukuro 池袋

Shin-Okubo 新大久保

Sugamo 巣鴨

Oku 尾久

to Toneri

Iidabashi 飯田橋

Ueno Park

Suidobashi Okachimachi 御徒町 水道橋

Ueno P25-MAP6

Line

Ueno 上野

Uguisudani 鶯谷

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Minowabashi 三ノ輪橋

Mikawashima 三河島

Toden Arakaw a

Kumanomae 熊野前

Nippori-toneri Liner

Komagome Tabata 駒込 田端 Nishi-Nippori 西日暮里 Nippori 日暮里

Kami-Nakazato 上中里 Otsuka 大塚

Oji 王子

Takasaki Line / Utsunomiya Line

to Omiya

Yamanote Ikebukuro Line P25-MAP10

Itabashi 板橋

Saikyo Line

Waseda 早稲田

to Kawagoe

Shimoitabashi 下板橋

Line

Mejiro 目白

Toj o

Takadanobaba 高田馬場

Tob u

Asakusabashi 浅草橋

Asakusa P25-MAP7

Asakusa 浅草

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Nakayama 中山

Kamoi 鴨居

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to Odawara

Yokohama Line

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to Chuo-rinkan

Nagatsuta 長津田

Tokaichiba 十日市場

Kikuna 菊名

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Higashi-Kanagawa Yokohama 東神奈川 横浜 Yokohama Station P26-MAP14

Kozukue 小机

Shin-Yokohama 新横浜

Shin-Koyasu 新子安

Oguchi 大口

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Kokudo 国道

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Keikyu-Kawasaki 京急川崎

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Haneda Airport Terminal 1 羽田空港第1ビル

Haneda Airport International Terminal 羽田空港国際線ビル Kojimashinden 羽田空港国際線ターミナル 小島新田

hi Line

Ogimachi 扇町

Showa 昭和

Hama-Kawasaki 浜川崎 Musashi-Shiraishi 武蔵白石 Anzen 安善

Hatchonawate 八丁畷

川崎新町

Kawasakishimmachi Keikyu Dais

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Tsurumiono 鶴見小野

Tsurumi 鶴見

Higashi-Nakano 東中野 Okubo 大久保

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Tok a

to Chiba

Central Tokyo

TOKYO DISNEY RESORT

Maihama 舞浜

Kasairinkaikoen 葛西臨海公園

to Soga

Shin-Koiwa 新小岩

Arakawa River

Hirai 平井

to Narita Airport

Tobu Kameido Line

Oshiage 押上

Sumidagawa River

Minami-Senju 南千住

Tsukuba

Ushida 牛田 Keisei Sekiya 京成関屋 to

Hikifune 曳船

to Abiko

Akihabara P25-MAP9 Ichigaya Ochanomizu Akihabara 市ヶ谷 御茶ノ水 秋葉原 Kinshicho Ryogoku Kameido Yotsuya Kanda Shinjuku Bakurocho 両国 錦糸町 亀戸 四ッ谷 神田 Marunouchi/ 新宿 馬喰町 Meidaimae Imperial ne Shimo-takaido i L Shin-Nihombashi o Sendagaya e to Chitose-karasuyama Keio Line Palace Chu 明大前 下高井戸 新日本橋 u Lin Shinjuku 千駄ヶ谷 Fuchu 千歳烏山 Sob P25-MAP8 P24-MAP1 Etchujima Shinanomachi Yurakucho Yoyogi Tokyo Hatchobori 越中島 信濃町 有楽町 Chofu 代々木 東京 八丁堀 Roppongi Keiyo Line 調布 Harajuku Shimo-kitazawa Shimbashi Akasaka Shiomi 原宿 下北沢 新橋 P24-MAP2 Harajuku 潮見 Ginza Hamamatsucho Toyosu e Inaginaganuma in P24-MAP5 L P24-MAP3 Kei yu Kyodo 浜松町 豊洲 o In 稲城長沼 Odak Shibuya oka Shibuya 経堂 shir Yanokuchi 渋谷 Seijogakuenmae Yurikamome Line a Li P25-MAP11 Tamachi ne 矢野口 成城学園前 田町 Kokusai-tenjijo Ebisu Rinkai Line Inagi Nakanoshima Shin-Kiba Sangen-jaya 国際展示場 Ebisu Daikanyama Ariake Naka-meguro 稲城 中野島 新木場 Tokyu 三軒茶屋 Inadazutsumi P26-MAP12 有明 恵比寿 Odaiba-Kaihinkoen 中目黒 Setagaya Line 稲田堤 お台場海浜公園 e to n i L Meguro Hashimoto shi Noborito Daiba Shinagawa 目黒 nto 登戸 ne Gakugei-daigaku Shukugawara 台場 品川 e D Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon 学芸大学 宿河原 Gotanda kyu Futako-tamagawa Musashi-koyama o 国際展示場正門 T Tennozu-Isle 五反田 Aomi 二子玉川 武蔵小山 天王洲アイル 青海 Osaki to Jiyugaoka Tsudayama Tokyu Meguro Line Kuji 大崎 Karakida 自由が丘 Tokyo Teleport Ookayama 津田山 Odaiba Tamagawa 久地 Shin-Yurigaoka 東京テレポート Hatanodai Odakyu 大岡山 Tokyu P24-MAP4 River Oimachi 新百合ヶ丘 旗の台 Tama Line Oimachi Line Musashi-Mizonokuchi 大井町 Musashi-Shinjo Den-en-chofu Nishi-Oi 武蔵溝の口 to e 武蔵新城 田園調布 yu Lin Tokyo Monorail 西大井 Machida Tok gami Tamagawa en e ns ka in Ik Tokyo Port Sh Omori o 多摩川 id Toka Odakyu 大森 Musashi-Nakahara Tama-plaza 東京港 ne Li ka Odawara Line su Yoko Saginuma 武蔵中原 たまプラーザ Musashi-Kosugi 鷺沼 Mukaigawara 向河原 Ikegami Kodomonokuni 武蔵小杉 池上 こどもの国 Kamata Hirama 平間 Azamino Hiyoshi 蒲田 あざみ野 日吉 Tokyu Kashimada Tokyu ShinTamagawa Line 鹿島田 Kodomonokuni Kawasaki Keikyu-Kamata Haneda Airport Line Aobadai Yako 矢向 Tsunashima 新川崎   京急蒲田 羽田空港 Haneda Airport Terminal 2 青葉台 Kawasaki Shitte 綱島 Tenkubashi Kei 羽田空港第2ビル 川崎 kyu 尻手 天空橋 K

MusashiKoganei 武蔵小金井

Mitaka 三鷹

Seibu Shinjuku Line

Tanashi 田無

to Higashi-Koganei Tachikawa 東小金井

Hanakoganei 花小金井

to Hon-Kawagoe

Seibu Ikebukuro Line

Shakujiikoen 石神井公園

to Narimasu

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Shop Restaurant Hotel Shrine Hot spring

Sapporo 27 Subway : F

Okinawa

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

BIC Camera 1. Maharaja Pina

Kyoto 29

マハラジャ ピーナー

Subway : E

JR STATIONS

Kobe 21,22 Subway : C

Yokohama 13-16

Fukuoka 28

Subway : A

Subway : G

private line / subway stations

Yodobashi Camera

Mode Gakuen

Line name

JR駅

JR, private railways: indicated with grey lines

Tokyo 1-12

Hyatt Regency Tokyo

Line name

Keio Plaza Hotel

Yodobashi Camera

Subways: indicated with lines of each line color

Nagoya 24,25 Subway : D

Sakai 23

School Bank Post office Temple

Road name (-dori)

Osaka 17-20

Ordinary roads

Subway : B

Highway name Highways

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1. Zipangu Super Dining-Akasaka

3. Ginza 銀座 The Peninsula Tokyo

Yurakucho ITOCiA Lumine

Picasso

ピカソ

3. ISABA 2G

いさば2号

Mitsukoshi Dept.

2. GINZA

hotel com’s Ginza

夢酒 み

Don Quijote

2. Bomb

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Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ 2. Bombay Club

ボンベイクラブ

5. Harajuku 原宿

4. Odaiba お台場 1. Hard Rock Cafe Tokyo

4. Mayur Bar & Dining

マユール バー&ダイニング

ハードロックカフェ東京

The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando / Harajuku DiverCity Tokyo Plaza

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7. Asakusa 浅草

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Ameyoko Market

6. Ueno 上野

1. Tsukiji Sushigen Honten

8. Marunouchi/Imperial Palace 丸の内 / 皇居

9. Akihabara 秋葉原

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Yodobashi Camera

JNTO Tourist Information Center

Four Seasons Hotel

BIC Camera The Peninsula Tokyo

Imperial Hotel

10. Ikebukuro 池袋

utos

1. Maharaja Marunouchi

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マハラジャ丸の内

Shibuya C.C.Lemon Hall

Fukutoshin Line

Line

2. Oyster Bar & Restaurant

オイスターバー&レストラン

BIC Camera LABI 1 Central Store essence

エッセンス

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

BIC Camera

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11. Shibuya 渋谷

Shibuya Hikarie

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13. Complete Map of Yokohama 横浜全図

12. Ebisu-Daikanyama 恵比寿、代官山

Azamino Tokyu Toyoko Line

Kodomonokuni Hiyoshi

Kodomonokuni Line

Embassy of UAE

JR Nambu Line

Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line

Tokyu Denentoshi Line Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line

Nagatsuta Nakayama

Embassy of Malaysia

Kekyu Line

KeikyuKawasaki

Kawasaki

Tsurumi River JR Yokohama Line

Embassy of Guinea

Keikyu-Tsurumi

Tsurumi

Shin-Yokohama

Tamagawa River

JR Tsurumi Line Tokaido Shinkansen Sotetsu Line

DAIKANYAMA T-SITE

Don Quijote

Prime Square

Yamato

JR Tokaido/Yokosuka/Shonan-Shinjuku Line

Hillside Terrace

ドン.キホーテ

Yokohama

Futamatagawa

Daikanyama Address

Minarto Mirai 21 Line

Sakuragicho

Kannai Motomachi -Chukagai

Keikyu Line

Sotetsu Izumino Line

JR Ebisu Stn.

Shonandai

Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line

Shin-Sugita

Nakameguro

Odakyu Enoshima Line

JR Negishi (Keihin-Tohoku) Line

Mizuho Bank Ofuna

To Odawara/Hakone

JR Yokosuka Line

 Meguro Ward Office

Seaside Line

JR Tokaido Line

Kita-Kamakura

Fujisawa

Tokyo Kyosai Hospital

Kanazawahakkei Kamakura

Enoden Line

Katase-Enoshima

Zushi Shin-Zushi Yokosuka

To Kamakura (Train) Yokohama Sta. → Kamakura Sta. (JR Yokosuka Line 28 min) To Hakone (Train) Yokohama Sta. → Odawara Sta. (JR Tokaido Line 53 min) → Hakone Yumoto Sta. (Hakone Tozan Railway 13 min) To Hakone (Bus) Yokohama Sta. → Each area in Hakone (Keihin Kyuko Bus 120-130 min)

Yokosukachuo

15. Minato Mirai 21 みなとみらい 21 Yokohama

14. Yokohama Station 横浜駅

Kamakura

Hakone

Uraga

鎌倉(電車) 橫濱站 → 鎌倉站(JR橫須賀線28分鐘) 箱根(電車) 橫濱站 → 小田原站(JR東海道線53分鐘)→箱根湯本站(箱根登山鐵道13分) 箱根(巴士) 橫濱站 → 箱根各地區(京濱急行巴士120∼130分鐘)

Tokyo Kanagawa pref.

KeikyuKurihama

Kurihama

가마쿠라(전철) 요코하마역 → 가마쿠라역(JR 요코스카선 28분) 하코네(전철) 요코하마역 → 오다와라역(JR 도카이도선 53분) → 하코네유모토역(하코네 등산철도 13분) 하코네(버스) 요코하마역 → 하코네 각 지역(게이힌 급행버스 120~130분)

Yodobashi Camera

Takashimaya

Tourist Information Center

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Tourist Information Center

16. Kannai-Motomachi 関内、元町

A. Yokohama Subway Map Azamino

Yokohama Shiei Subway Blue Line

Kita Yamata

Yokohama Shiei Subway Green Line Nagatsuta ine Minato Mirai 21 Line shi L nento u De JR Line Toky

Higashi Yamata

Nakagawa Yok o

Private Railways

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Center Minami

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Nakamachidai

Nakayama

Mutually Served Area (Tokyu Toyoko Line - Minato Mirai 21 Line)

Takata

Center Kita

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Kawawacho Tsuzuki Fureai no Oka

Hiyoshi Honcho

Nippa Kita Shin-Yokoyama

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Kaminagaya

Bandobashi Konan Chuo

Yoshinocho

Kamiooka Gumyoji

Ferris University

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Fujisawa

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Takashimacho

Shimonagaya

Maita

Negishi(Keihin-Tohoku)Line

Tokaido Line Ofuna Yokosuka Line

Higashi-Kanagawa Keikyu Line

Totsuka Maioka

MEGA ドン.キホーテ

Kikuna

Mitsuzawa-Shimocho

Shonandai

MEGA Don Quijote

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Tourist Information Center

Kishine-Koen

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Keikyu Line

Shin-Takashima Minatomirai Bashamichi Nihon-odori Motomachi-Chukagai

Hiyoshi


17. Complete Map of Kansai Area 関西全図

18. Complete Map of Osaka 大阪全図 Mt. Hiei

Sembayashi

Juso

Tanimachi Line

Midosuji Line

Imamiya

Nankai Shiomibashi Line

Trade Center-mae Nanko Port Town Line

Namba

Nagahori Tsurumiryokuchi Line Osaka- Tsuruhashi Uehonmachi Don Quijote PAW Uehonmachi Store ドン・キホーテ

Tennoji Abeno

Kintetsu Osaka Line

JR Hanwa Line Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line JR Kansai Main Line

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JR W aka yam a

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JR Namba

Taisho

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Kintetsu

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JR K

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Cosmo Square

Osaka Namba

Chuo Line Morinomiya

Line

Kansai International Airport

Kinte

Min Kinte ami- tsu Osa ka L ine

Line

Osakako

JR Sakurai

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Sakai

Osaka Bay

Shiomibashi

Nankai M Hankai Tram ain Line Hankai Linway e Sakaisuji Line

Kyoto Line

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Nara Kintetsu Kashihara Line

Kobe Airport

Tennoji

Keihan Main Line Kyobashi

Shinsaibashi

Chuo

Sakurajima

Kintetsu Nara Line Kintetsu Ikoma Line

Nakanoshima Sannomiya Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution Namba

JR K

Osaka/Umeda Osaka Castle

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Universal City

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Shin-Osaka

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Tanimachi Line Hankyu Line JR Osaka

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JR Nara

Osaka International Airport Sanyo Shinkansen

Mt. Rokko

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Lake Biwa

Otsu

JR Osa ka Kan jo Line

JR

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Arashiyama

Don Quijote Juso Store

Rinku Town

Kintetsu

Yoshino

Line

Suminoekoen

Don Quijote PAW Suminoe Koen Store ドン・キホーテ

19. Osaka/Kita 大阪 / キタ

20. Osaka/Minami 大阪 / ミナミ Ramada Hotel Osaka Hotel Coms Osaka

Hearton Hotel Kita-Umeda

Hankyu Umeda Sta.

TEMMA Sta.

Yodobashi Camera

Osaka Station City Osaka Tokyu Inn

JR OSAKA Sta. Don Quijote Umeda Sta. ドン.キホーテ Daimaru Dept.

Osaka Station City Hotel Granvia Osaka

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Signboard of Glico Ebisubashi KITA-SHINCHI Sta.

OSAKA TEMMANGU Sta.

ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka

Watanabebashi

Hanshin Line BIC Camera

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Naniwabashi

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B. Osaka Subway Map

21. Kobe Map 神戸

Midosuji Line

Yotsubashi Line

Sennichimae Line

Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line

JR Line

Tanimachi Line

Chuo Line

Sakaisuji Line

Nanko Port Town Line

Private Railways

Imazatosuji Line Senri-Chuo

Osaka Airport

Kita Senri

Esaka Itakano

Dainichi Moriguchi Taishibashi-Imaichi Nishinakajima-Minamigata Sembayashi-Omiya Nakazakicho Shimizu Nakatsu Kadomaminami Shinmorifuruichi Tenjimbashisuji 6-chome Noe-Uchindai Sekime-Seiiku Tsurumi-ryokuchi Umeda Ogimachi Nishi-Umeda Gamo 4-chome Imafuku-Tsurumi Higashi-Umeda Kyobashi Yokozutsumi Nodahanshin MinamiShigino Higobashi Yodoya- Kitahama Morimachi Temmabashi bashi Tamagawa Osaka Business Park Sakaisuji Hommachi Tanimachi 4-chome Morinomiya Fukaebashi Nagata Awaza Hommachi Kujo Midoribashi Takaida Nishiohashi Nagahoribashi Mitsuyamachi Tanimachi 6-chome Bentencho Shinsaibashi Tamatsukuri Nishinagahori Yotsubashi Nippombashi Tanimachi 9-chome Tsuruhashi Imazato Shin-Fukae Asashiobashi Namba Osaka Dome-mae Shoji Chiyozaki Sakuragawa Osakako Shitennoji-mae Yuhigaoka Ebisucho Daikokucho Tennoji Cosmosquare Taisho Kita-Tatsumi Awaji

Shin-Osaka

Trade Center-mae Nakafuto Port Town-higashi Port Town-nishi Ferry Terminal

Hanazonocho

Tamade

Hirabayashi Nankohigashi

Nankoguchi Suminoekoen

DaidoToyosato

Dobutsuen-mae Abeno

Kishinosato Tengachaya

Kitakagaya

Zuiko 4-chome SekimeMiyakojima Takadono

Fuminosato Showacho

Rokkomichi Sta.

Sumiyoshi Sta.

Shin-Kobe Nada Sta.

Sannomiya Sta.

Minami-Tatsumi

Motomachi Sta.

Tanabe Hirano

Nishitanabe Nagai

Sumiyoshi Sta.

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Komagawa-Nakano Abiko Kita Hanada Shinkanaoka Nakamozu

Kire-Uriwari Deto Nagahara Yaominami

Kobe Sta. Harborland Sta.

Rokko Island Port Island

Kansai Airport

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22. Kobe/Sannomiya 神戸 / 三宮

C. Kobe Subway Map Seishin-chuo

Kobe Dentetsu Ao Line

Seishin-minami Ikawadani

Hokushin Kyuko Line

Sogoundokoen

Sanyo Shinkansen

Tanigami

Kobe Dentetsu Arima Line

Suzurandai

Gakuentoshi

Shin-Kobe

Myodani Myohoji

Don Quijote

ドン.キホーテ

Nagata (Nagatajinjamae)

Sanyo Dentetsu Line

Itayado

Minatogawakoen

Kenchomae

Okurayama

Kamisawa

Night

Shinkaichi Kosoku-Kobe Kobe Kosoku Tetsudo Line

Kobe

Hyogo

Kobe Line

Shin-Nagata

Day

Sannomiya

Komagabayashi

Hankyu Kobe Line Hanshin Line

SannomiyaHanadokeimae

Harborland

KyukyoryuchiDaimarumae Minatomotomachi

Chuoichibamae Karumo Misakikoen Wadamisaki

Seishin-Yamate Line

Yamatogawa Sta.

JR Line Private Railways

Kaigan Line (Yume-Kamome)

Port Liner

24. Nagoya/Sakae 名古屋 / 栄

23. Sakai 堺 Shichido Sta.

Nagoya TV Tower

Takasu-jinja Sta. Yamatogawa Sta. Ayanocho Sta.

Sakae Sta.

Shinmeicho Sta. Myokokujimae Sta. Sakai Sta.

Hanadaguchi Sta.

Ohama Park Oshoji Sta.

Tramway

Shukuin Sta.

SakaiHigashi Sta.

Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka

Terajicho Sta. Minato Sta.

Goryomae Sta.

Mikunigaoka Sta.

Higashiminato Sta.

Nintoku-tenno-ryo-Kofun

25. Nagoya Station 名古屋駅

Daisen Park

Mozu Sta.

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Yaba-cho

Osu Kannon

Iwatsuka

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Sogo Rehabilitation Center Mizuho Undojo Higashi

Aratama-bashi Sakurahonmachi

Minato Kuyakusho Tsukiji-guchi

Hongo Kamiyashiro Issha Hoshigaoka Higashiyama Koen Motoyama Nagoya Daigaku

Fukiage

Myoon-dori

Temma-cho

Fujigaoka

Chayagasaka

Kurumamichi Takaoka

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Nagoya Dome-mae Yada Sunada-bashi

Shiyakusho

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Meijo Koen

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Shiga-hondori

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26. Hiroshima 広島 JR S anyo JR S Shin anyo kans en Line

Tozai Line

Shinm ichi

Eizan Line

Gion-

Demachi Yanagi

Kuramaguchi Imadegawa Marutamachi

Nijo

Karasuma Oike Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae

Hankyu Kyoto Line

Keage Misasagi

Higashiyama

Kawaramachi Shijo

Shijo Omiya

Keifuku Arashiyama Line

Sanjo Keihan

Keihan Otsu Line

Uzumasatenjingawa

Nijojo-mae

Gojo

Yamashina

Tokaido Line Kintetsu Kyoto Line

Kyoto Tokaido Shinkansen Kujo Jujo

Higashino

Kuinabashi

Nagitsuji Ono

Takeda Nara Line

Keihan Line

Daigo

27. Sapporo 札幌

Hiroshima Castle

Yu hua Garden Chuo Park

Ishida Rokujizo

Hiroshima High Court

Toyoko Inn

Shukkeien Garden

Hiroshima Hiroshima Hiroshima Green Arena Museum Prefectual Viainn Art Museum of Art Hiroshima HIROSHIMA Rihga Royal Stn. JAL City KenchoHotel Hiroshima Hiroshima mae Hiroshima Prefectural Office SOGO Hiroshima Memorial Tokyu Grand Intelligent A-Bomb Hotel Cathedral Hands Hotel Dome Crecio for World Peace Peace HonFukuya Memorial Aioi-dori Mitsudori Hiroshima Park BIC Camera Tenmanya koshi Railway Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Ana Crown Hiroshima National Plaza Peace Memorial Hall Oriental for the A-Bomb Victims Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima Hiroshima Ciry Comfort Hotel Hotel Hiroshima Comics Library Hiroshima Heiwa -odori Naka Hijiyama Ward Office Fuji Grand Park SATY Hiroshima City Hall

Rijo-d ori

Kitaoji

Futabayama Ryokuchi

Johoku

Private Railways

Kitayama

Nishioji-oike

Astra m Lin

JR Line

Matsugasaki

Sanin Line

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Karasuma Line

Kokusaikaikan

F. Sapporo Subway Map Namboku Line

Sakaemachi Asabu

Toho Line

Shindo Higashi Yodobashi Camera

Kita 34-jo BIC Camera

Kita 24-jo

Higashi Kuyakusho-mae

Kita 18-jo

Soen

Kita13-jo Higashi Kita 12-jo

Nijuyonken

Sapporo

Nishi 28-chome Nishi 18-chome Maruyama Koen Nishi 10-chome Susukino

Bus Center-mae

Odori

Kikusui

HosuiSusukino

Nakajima Koen

Gakuen-mae

Toyohira Koen

Nakanoshima

Nango 7-chome

Misono

Hidagishi

Tsukisamucho

Minami Hiragishi

ドン.キホーテ

Higashi Sapporo Shiroishi

Horohirabashi

Don Quijote

JR Line

Kanjo-dori Higashi

Miyanosawa Hassamu Minami Kotoni

Tozai Line

Motomachi

Nango 13-chome Nango 18-chome

Fukuzumi

Sumikawa

Oyachi

Jieitai-mae Makomanai

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Shin-Sapporo

Hibarigaoka

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Ropponmatsu Yakuin-odori Befu Chayama Kanayama Hashimoto

Kamo Umebayashi

Jiromaru

Sakurazaka

Gion

Nakasu Kawabata Tenjin Minami

Hakata

Higashi Hie

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Fukuoka Kuko

Watanabe-dori Yakuin Nishitetsu Tenjin-Omuta Line

Nanakuma

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Hakata Minami

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29. Central Kyoto 京都

Eizan Railways Eizan Line

叡山電鉄叡山線

Demachiyanagi

出町柳

Doshisha University

Imadegawa

Keihan-Demachiyanagi

同志社大学

今出川

京阪出町柳

Imadegawa-dori 今出川通

Kyoto University

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Ginkakuji Temple

Kyoto Shiyakusyo-mae

京都ギンモンドホテル

Kyoto Royal Hotel & Spa

Kawaramachi Vivre

河原町ビブレ

大丸

Daimaru Dept.

ラクエ四条烏丸

Kawaramachi Fujii-Daimaru Dept. 河原町 京都藤井大丸 Takashimaya Dept.

Karasuma Shijo 烏丸

四条

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyoto Shijo

三井ガーデンホテル 京都四条

Kyoto Marui 京都マルイ

Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto

Karasuma Line

地下鉄烏丸線

八坂神社

京阪四条

Minamiza Theater

南座

Motonago

Gion Corner 元奈古 ギオンコーナー

HotelSunroute Kyoto

Kodaiji Temple

高台寺

Ninenzaka 二年坂

Sanneizaka

Keihan-Gojo

Kyoto Rich Hotel

円山公園

園畑中

建仁寺

京都リッチホテル

Maruyama Park

Gion Hatanaka

ホテル サンルート京都

Gojo-dori 五条通

産寧坂

京阪五条

Jishu Shrine

Gojo

地主神社

五条

Kyoto Tokyu Hotel

Kiyomizudera Temple

京都東急ホテル

清水寺

Higashi-Honganji Temple

Nishi-Honganji Temple

Shosei-en Garden

東本願寺

西本願寺

D

ヨドバシカメラ 京都

Sagano Line 嵯峨野線 JR Kyoto Line JR京都線 Tokaido Shinkansen

京阪七条

Kyoto White Hotel

京都ホワイトホテル

Kyoto White House

Hotel Granvia Kyoto

ホテルグランヴィア京都

BIC Camera

ビックカメラ

京都国立博物館

Keihan-Shichijo

Yodobashi Camera Kyoto

Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto

Kyoto National Museum

渉成園

Shichijo-dori 七条通

リーガロイヤルホテル京都

蹴上

知恩院

Yasaka Shrine

Keihan-Shijo

Kenninji Temple

ホテル日航プリンセス京都

Keage

ウェスティン 都ホテル京都

東山ユースホステル

Chion-in Temple

高島屋

Karasuma Kyoto Hotel からすま京都ホテル

The Westin Miyako HigashiyamaYouth Hostel Hotel Kyoto

京阪三条

Kawaramachi Opa 河原町オーパ

南禅寺

Tozai Line 地下鉄東西線

Higashiyama

Sanjo-Keihan

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油小路

三井ガーデンホテル 京都三条

三条京阪

Keihan-Sanjo

先斗町

ホテルユニゾ京都

永観堂

Nanzenji Temple 東山

Pontocho

Abura-no-koji 四条大宮

木屋町通

Hotel Unizo Kyoto

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyoto Sanjo

Shijo-dori 四条通 Hankyu Kyoto Line 阪急京都線

Kiyamachi-dori

京都ロイヤルホテル&スパ

Laque Shijo Karasuma

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川端通

本能寺

Sanjo-dori 三条通

Omiya Shijo-Omiya 大宮

Kawabata-dori

Honnoji Temple

ねねの道

Kyoto Gimmond Hotel

Kyoto Hotel Okura

京都ホテルオークラ

京都市役所前

Eikan-do Temple

京都市美術館

Nene-no-michi

烏丸御池

京都ガーデンホテル

Okazaki Park Nijo-dori二条通 岡崎公園 Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

Kyoto City Hall

Ishibekoji

Karasuma Oike

Kyoto Garden Hotel

京都市観光協会

細見美���館

石塀小路

Hearton Hotel Kyoto

ハートンホテル京都

Oike-dori 御池通

Heian Shrine

平安神宮

Hosomi Museum

京都市役所

Okazaki Shrine

岡崎神社

Kyoto City Tourist Association Visitor Information Center

花見小路

京都国際マンガミュージアム

Nijojo-mae

Kyoto Handicraft Center

京都ハンディクラフトセンター

Kumano Shrine 熊野神社

Hanami-koj

Kyoto International Manga Museum

Teramachi-dori寺町通

京都国際ホテル

Fuyacho-dori 麩屋町通

Kyoto Kokusai Hotel

NISHIYAMA RYOKAN

NISHIYAMA RYOKAN

Tomi-no-koji 富小路

Kurumayacho-dori 車屋町通

Ebisugawa-dori 夷川通

二条城前

Yanagi-no-bamba-dori 柳馬場通

丸太町

Hotel New Kyoto

京都全日空ホテル

京阪丸太町

Marutamachi

ホテル二ュー京都

ANA Hotel Kyoto

北白

哲学の道

Keihan-Marutamachi

二条城

wa-dori Kitashiraka川通

仙洞御所

Marutamachi-dori 丸太町通

Nijo Castle

KYOTO Sta. 京都駅

京都ホワイトハウス

Hyatt Regency Kyoto

ハイアットリージェンシー京都

Sanjusangen-do Temple

三十三間堂

Biwako Line

Kyoto Century Hotel

京都センチュリーホテル

琵琶湖線

Kyo-Navi

東海道新幹線

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Kyoto Sightseeing Spots Index Stations Demachiyanagi Station

Daikakuji Temple

Karasuma Oike Station

銀閣寺 A-3

出町柳駅 A-2

烏丸御池駅 B-1

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Sumiya Kiho-an

Kawaramachi Station すみや亀峰庵 河原町駅 C-2

Keihan Onsen Sanjo Station Yunohana

京阪三条駅 B-2 湯の花温泉

Kyoto Station 京都駅 D-1

Shijo Station 四条駅 C-1

Temples/Shrines Chion-in Temple 知恩院 C-3

法然院

Sento Palace

京都府庁

B

Honen-in Temple Tetsugaku-no-michi

京都御苑

Kyoto Prefectural Office

Yoshida Shrine

吉田神社

Higashioji-dori

京阪本線

Kyoto Imperial Park

銀閣寺

東大路通

鴨川

Kamo River

京都ブライトンホテル

Keihan Main Line

京都御所

河原町通

Kyoto Brighton Hotel

Kawaramachi-dori

Kyoto Imperial Palace

Karasuma-dori

Horikawa-dori

堀川通

烏丸通

京都大学

大覚寺 25

Ginkakuji Temple

Tenryuji Temple

Kyoto National Museum

亀岡 Yasaka Jinja Shrine

Kyoto University

天龍寺 25 KAMEOKA Area

八坂神社 C-2

Higashi-Honganji Temple Other 東本願寺 D-1 Kameoka Sta. Gion Corner Kiyomizudera Temple ギオンコーナー C-2 亀岡駅 清水寺 D-3

Kodaiji Temple 高台寺 C-3

Nanzenji Temple 南禅寺 B-3

Nishi-Honganji Temple 西本願寺 D-1

Sanjusangen-do Temple 三十三間堂 D-2

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Kyoto City Tourist Association Rakurakuso Visitor Information Center 楽々荘 京都市観光協会 B-3

Kyoto Handicraft Center

京都ハンディクラフトセンター  A-2

Kyoto Imperial Palace 京都御所 A-1

SAGANO 嵯峨野

京都国立博物館 D-2 京都大学 A-2

Maruyama Park 円山公園 C-3

Sagano Scenic Railway

嵯峨野観光鉄道

Adashino Nenbutsuji Temple

化野念仏寺

Torokko Kameoka Sta.

Tetsugaku-no-michi トロッコ亀岡駅 渡月橋 25

清涼寺

Gioji Temple

祗王寺

哲学の道 A-3 B-3

Togetsukyo Bridge

Hirosawa Pond

広沢池

Seiryoji Temple

Nijo Castle 二条城 B-1

Daikakuji Temple

大覚寺

Nison-in Temple

二尊院

Hozugawa River Okouchisanso 保津川 大河内山荘

ARASHIYAMA 嵐山

SagaArashiyama 嵯峨嵐山

Torokko Saga

トロッコ嵯峨

Tenryuji Temple 天龍寺

Togetsukyo Bridge 渡月橋

Keifuku-Arashiyama

京福嵐山

Hankyu-Arashiyama 阪急嵐山



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