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ISSUE 82 Winter / 2017-18

MAP & AREA GUIDE

Snow in Japan 2018

日本冬遊玩雪

KANSAI SPECIAL

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Enjoy a winter trip, snow activities, gorgeous views, onsen, and more! 享受玩雪、絕美景色、溫泉等冬季的犒賞之旅!

Drinking in Japan!-2: Japanese Wine

日本名酒專題之二:日本的葡萄酒

Journey Visiting Unique Oden 全日本黑輪之旅 Tokyo: Fuchu and Kokubunji 東京:府中&國分寺 www.facebook.com/att.JAPAN/ www.att-japan.net/ www.instagram.com/att.japan/


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SPECIAL FEATURES

04 Snow in Japan 2018 10 Snow activities, gorgeous views, onsen, and more! 12 Enjoy Winter in Fujikawaguchiko Town Japanese Wine 14 16 Journey Visiting Unique Oden 22 Tokyo: Fuchu and Kokubunji ć—ĽćœŹĺ†Źé ŠçŽŠé›Ş

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Clear skies, ski slopes, snowboarding, snowshoeing, magnificent snow-covered vistas and heart-throbbing experiences. Snow-related activities and locations can give a special flavor to your Japan experience!

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From the enormous vistas and the top-grade powder snow of ski areas in Niseko to Rusutsu Resort overlooking Lake Toya and Mt. Yotei, Hokkaido has many popular ski resorts. At Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU you can enjoy Ice Village, including a hotel and a church that are entirely made of ice, experience its fairytale-like atmosphere and an evening picnic under the starry sky. At Lake Shikotsu you can try your hand (or foot!) at Ice Walking; the dry suits will save you even if you fall. At Furano, you can hop a ride in a hot air balloon and enjoy the sheer power of snowy nature from above, and around the mouth of Tokachi River (Otsu Beach) you can marvel at the crystal clear, jewel-like ice.

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The snow is also abundant in the Tohoku region, so skiing and all kinds of winter activities are the order of the day! Ride the Tsugaru Railway (Aomori Pref.) and toast your hands and feet at the coal stoves in its cars. If you get off at the Kanagi Station, you can join a snow drifting experience tour. At Lake Gando (Iwate Pref.), open holes on the frozen lake and fish for pond smelts.Do you want more? Snowshoe at Urabandai (Fukushima Pref.) and marvel at the “Blue Ice� waters of Ono River’s Fudo Waterfall - the name comes from the water’s tint when frozen. And, head up to Ginzan Onsen (Yamagata Pref.), get lost in the old hot spring town with its wooden buildings, take in the marvelous views and soak in an open-air bath while gazing out at the snow-covered scenery.

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Kanto also has its share of snow-related activities. Among them is Kusatsu International Snow & Spa Resort (Gunma Pref.) where besides skiing and snowboarding you can also head over to nearby Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane for some snowshoeing at its “Yugama� crater lake, which is not accessible from the road during winter because it is closed. Also, you can head up to Mt. JEANS Nasu (Tochigi Pref.) and enjoy a “fat bike� ride on the woodland path. In Sagamiko Resort Pleasure Forest (Kanagawa Pref.), the winter illumination is also famous and if you want some serious slope play, try Snow Paradise’s 50-m slope. Or try snow tubing where you slide on the snow in a rubber raft.

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The Koshin-etsu region includes Yamanashi, Nagano and Niigata prefectures and here you can find some of Japan’s most representative ski resorts. At HAKUBA VALLEY (Nagano Pref.), one of the largest snow resorts in Japan, the powder snow is so topgrade and both novices and advanced skiers can enjoy themselves on 131 runs. The Shiga Highlands (Nagano Pref.) offer many onsen where you can relax after having fun with the snow. At nearby Jigokudani Yaen-koen, you may see wild Japanese monkeys enjoy soaking in onsen on cold days. At Prince Naeba Resorts (Niigata Pref.), 34 fireworks events are scheduled from December to March. In Fujiten Snow Resort (Yamanashi Pref.), you can ski, snowboard and sled while, at the same time, enjoying spectacular views of Mt. Fuji.

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Near Suganuma in Gokayama (Toyama Pref.), which is famous for UNESCO World Heritage site gassho-zukuri houses, you can try kanjiki (Japanese snowshoe) trekking. At some point you can also stop and enjoy fondue on a table of snow (a popular choice for many visitors). In Takasu Snow Park (Gifu Pref.), there is a 180-m snow slider that you can enjoy either with snowshoes or simply by butt-sliding. This last option is so easy that even first-timers can wholeheartedly enjoy! SKIJAM KATSUYAMA (Fukui Pref.) is one of the largest snow resorts in western Japan and banana boat riding is very exciting. In Daisen White Resort (Tottori Pref.), the slope offers a magnificent view of the Sea of Japan.

ĺ‚ˆĺŠĽĺŒŒéżˆćś¸ć˘–ę¨”ĺ…žë&#x;ŠćšąćŽščĄ˝ă ?ď˜šâĄŽâ°ŚâžŽă–’âźŚâ›łĺ‰¤ćšąćŽšă˘ľćś¸ć˘–ę¨”âš¨ă–’ď˜ˇé„„â´Şć?€âš†ć­˛äż’âť‹éź?援 朸â?€çš™ăż‹ćś¸č?‚ĺąœă –äą?é¸¤ĺ‹ čĄ† 㺢㿋簖 ęŁĄéľœď˜šä?Ąă€łâ&#x;ƒë„“뀿瑭襽⍄窥ꨔꭑ î™ˇĺ‚ˆä’­ę¨”ę­‘î™¸ ä–?姿⨴ é ¤ď˜ˇäž•ĺ§żé¸ âšĽč…‹ă–ˆę¨”ĺ‘˛â™łă…ˇă’‚éĽąă €ę‘œćś¸é ¤çŽ‘ĺ€°ĺ‘Şď˜šâ›łĺ™˛â°¨âžƒĺ­ľď˜ˇă–ˆë„žë˜´ę¨”â°—ă•¨ 䀆ꢪ簖 é…­ď˜š ä?Ąă€łâ&#x;ƒä–°  Ⱇ㽯朸넞朸ꨔ垿唑♳â&#x;ƒč‹Šéżˆë„žé¸ âĽ&#x;é źď˜ˇăĽśă šĺžżĺ”‘â™§č?›ď˜šâ˝°â˘Şĺƒ˝â´˛ăˇ¸ç˝?⛳〳â&#x;ƒ ę&#x;šä—ąë„“ë€żď˜ˇ4,*+". ⚨㿋 犡â? 簖 â™śé”¸ĺƒ˝é‹Šĺž¸éźŠĺƒ˝éŚąă„‚äš?ď˜šă–ˆéŠŻĺ‚ˆĺŠĽă–’âźŚéżŞĺƒ˝ă ?â´Şâľšč–şď˜š ꨔ♳ꝝ誌č?ťâ›łĺƒ˝âľžć…¨âź§é§ˆď˜ˇăŁ?㿋术蒀ä?žâ§şĺ‹  둡《簖 â&#x;ƒă€łâĽ&#x;ćž›ĺ‚ˆĺŠĽĺľłćś¸ăĄ­ëœŠĺ…žč’€č€‚ă ?ď˜ˇ

Daisen White Resort Kanjiki Trekking ⍄窥ꨔꭑ⨴鼼

ăŁ?㿋术蒀ä?žâ§şĺ‹

Banana Boat ꨔ♳ꝝ誌�

Suganuma Gassho-zukuri House Village č?‚ĺąœă –äą?é¸¤ĺ‹ čĄ† *When you go to cold areas, being dressed in cold weather gear is highly recommended. Ë&#x; ę¨”ă–’ăşŻâ˛ˆď˜šé”žâ¨žăĽŞęŁˆăşŻä˛ƒĺ€ˇď˜ˇ

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With plenty of snow during Japan’s winter, you can find great skiing locations everywhere. We’ll introduce you to two ski resorts close to Tokyo so if you’re planning a holiday, why not include a visit there?

Where even beginners can feel at home!

鸫Ⱶ㷎剚♴ꨔ涸傈劥腋㣁❧「ⵌ 徿ꨔ坿馱鸏妄䧮⦛㼟捀䝡➝稲 腋䖰匌❩鰋논⵹䖃涸Ⰽ贖徿ꨔ㜥 㥶卓䝡剤堥剚ⵌ匌❩錚⯕儘♶㧏 갫麥饥♧馫溏溏ゅ

ⴲ妄넓뀿徿ꨔ⛳腋湈莇罜娝

The Sayama Ski Area is a place highly recommended for firsttimers: about 40 minutes from Ikebukuro, this ski area is of the indoor type so you can enjoy your skiing without worrying about the weather. Or about equipment for that matter, since you can rent everything you need right there in sizes suited for both adults and children. The route to the ski area also has some tourist attractions so you should definitely check it out! 痧♧妄䱺鍸徿ꨔ涸鑨껷䲀窍䝡涸⵱僽杮㿋徿ꨔ㜥䖰寒郍 ⵹䖃♶⡎〫꨾秉  ⴕꗻ㸐鼩僽㹔Ⰹ㘗徿ꨔ㜥䨾⟃腋♶「 㣔⦬朜屣䕧갠侮⦐徿ꨔ㷎劍꟦鿪腋湈䞕麉梖鸏酭鼩䲿⣘⯥ 留ⵌ䧭➃㼠欽涸徿ꨔ欽Ⱘ獆顲剪⹡瑠䩛⵹⢵⽰〳姽㢫屡 箁鸁⚥⛳剤Ⱖ➮錚⯕兞럊⹡䗳갫麥鸕鸕㈢

2167 Kamiyamaguchi, Tokorozawa City, Saitama Seibu-Ikebukuro Line / Seibu Yamaguchi Line (Leo Liner) → Seibu Kyujo-mae Sta. → 3 min on foot

㛊桪簖䨾愯䋑♳㿋〡 

䵩⛨銯娀寒郍箁銯娀㿋〡箁-FP-JOFS

㖈 չ銯娀椕㜥⵹պ 畀♴鮦䖕姿遤  ⴕꗻ

A pass and a good deal! 䵩⛨馄⧩ꨶ鮦ⴀꟌゅ

Spots along the way 屡箁兞럊 Ashigakubo

(Seibu Chichibu Sta. on the Seibu Chichibu Line)

豢⛉⥃銯娀獘昿箁豢⛉⥃畀

Marvel at nature’s spectacular sight, the Ashigakubo Icicles. 姽贖剤㢫錚꧆⨀㡭뜩

涸 չ豢⛉⥃ⱺ叙պ 瘞腋

尐嵶倴㣐荈搭涸兞럊

牺⛓弔銯娀獘昿箁銯娀獘昿畀

An onsen (hot spring) directly connected to the station. Enjoy a bath and accompany it with dinner and shopping. 莅鮦畀Ⱏ圓涸影屮〳倴姽 贖❧「繡굺⿻過䭨坿馱

Adults: 1,000 yen (+Nagatoro: 1,500 yen) Children: 500 yen (+Nagatoro: 750 yen)

SEIBU 1Day Pass

The 1Day Pass allows you to go on unlimited rides on all Seibu lines (except for the Tamagawa Line) for one whole day! Additionally, “SEIBU 1Day Pass + Nagatoro” allows you unlimited rides within the designated areas on the Chichibu Railway Line.

銯娀箁箁㢵䷒䊛箁ꤑ㢫 㣔Ⰹ〳搂ꣳ妄侸䵩⛨鼩剤獘昿꘮麥箁涸䭸 㹁⼦꟦⛳腋搂ꣳ妄侸䵩⛨涸 4&*#6%BZ1BTT /BHBUPSP 穉ざ㋅

䧭➃   傈㕩 /BHBUPSP  傈㕩 ⯥留խ 傈㕩 /BHBUPSP 傈㕩

You can purchase the pass at the limited express train ticket counter on the ground floor and 1st basement of Ikebukuro Station, SEIBU Tourist Information Center Ikebukuro, and the limited express train ticket counter in Seibu Shinjuku Station. 倴寒郍畀  垜⿻㖒♴  垜暶䚊ⵚ㈒牱贖銯娀寒郍假麉剪⹡⚥䗱銯娀倞㺋 畀暶䚊ⵚ㈒牱贖剤䲿⣘飑牱剪⹡

If you’re in for a full-blown ski resort experience, Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort is the place! There are ten different trails available for everyone from novices to top-level skiers, sledge-only slopes and tubing and all kinds of fun for children as well. There is a Karuizawa Prince Hotel and for aprèsski, adjoining Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza will cater to all your shopping and dining needs. 㥶卓䟝銴⢵㜥姻㸻徿ꨔ涸鑨⵱䲀讄䝡〳⟃ⵌ鰋❁愯桬㶩㣐궤䏅徿ꨔ 㜥徿ꨔ㜥Ⰹ鏤縨✫黠ざⴲ㷸罏ⵌ넞ꥣ梖㹻㼠欽涸⼧珏騟箁⟤⡦➃ 鿪腋湈莇徿ꨔ姽㢫鼩鏤剤ꨔ培㼠欽徿ꨔ㜥㖒ㄤ堪淼䏠㕖瘞䌟㼭剦 ⿼⢵梖涸➃⛳腋湈莇梖坿꣡鵜鼩剤鰋❁愯桬㶩㣐궤䏅鰋❁愯桬㶩飑 暟䑞㜥瘞⯏㻜涸꣡鏤鏤倷 Karuizawa, Karuizawa Town, Kitasaku County, Nagano South Exit of Hokuriku Shinkansen Karuizawa Sta.→ 1 min by taxi or 10 min on foot

Matsuri no Yu

(Ashigakubo Sta. on the Seibu Chichibu Line)

Or you can buy it from here!

䧴僽⛳腋䖰姽贖 飑顠㈢

1Day Pass

1Day Pass +Nagatoro

For advanced       snow play!

䋞劆湈❧溫姻ꨔ㿋涸➃㽠锞溏麕⢵

Ꟁꅿ簖⻍⡠⛉龾鰋❁愯歖鰋❁愯

䖰⻍ꤷ倞䎍箁鰋❁愯畀⽂〡䵩⛨鎙玑鮦秉  ⴕ

ꗻ䧴僽姿遤  ⴕꗻ

Advantageous "SEIBU PRINCE CLUB emi card" 竤憘㻜䟃չ4&*#613*/$&$-6#FNJDBSEպ By presenting this card at Seibu Group’s facilities you can get special rates and discounts. If you are booking your accommodation through Prince Hotels & Resorts website and apply for the card, you can ask for a “Best Rate Guarantee.”

䝡〫銴倴銯娀꘮麥꧌㕰涸ぐ鏤倷

⚥ⴀ爚鸏䓹⽓㽠腋❧「䫔䩾 倴桬㶩㣐궤䏅  䏞⧺勠涸㸽倰笪

For more details, check here

鑬䞕锞鋅姽贖

畀♳鎎䨼儘ず儘⛳歍锞⸈Ⰵ剚

㆞㽠腋⥃阮䝡腋⟃剓⡜⭆呔鹎 遤갸秉鑬䞕锞鋅姽贖

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❧湈ꨔ馱崞

2/7-12

Asahikawa Winter Matsuri Festival (Hokkaido) www.city.asahikawa.hokkaido.jp/awf/

ghout heduled throu sc re a ts n Many eve ason. There the winter se g rin u d n a p Ja r with snow! to enjoy winte ys a w f o ts lo are 㢵崞⹛姻㔔 㖒涼剚莊鳵鏪 ぐ  ꟦ 劍 㷎 㖈Ⱶ 籗♶⿻⪔鯺 剚涸坿馱停 涸Ⱶ㷎䩞腋넓

2018

2/17-20

Hachinohe Enburi Festival (Aomori Prefecture)

hachinohe-kanko.com/10stories/hachinohe-enburi This festival is held to offer prayers for a good harvest for the coming year. The dancers, called tayu, wearing large hats called eboshi in the shape of horse heads, present a dynamic dance performance. During an interval in the dance performance, children offer their own adorable performance.

This popular event is a display of snow sculptures in various sizes, including huge ones more than 100 meters wide. You can enjoy activities such as going down a big slide made with snow, along with many events. The Asahikawa International Ice Sculpture Competition will be held during the festival at the area around JR Asahikawa Station.

傒䊛Ⱶ牺⻍嵳麥

Ⱄ䨩厑䮸莻ꫭ喀簖

馄麕 N 涸㣐ⱺꧨ瘞㣐㣐㼭㼭❀蔅ⰔꟌ涸ⱺꧨ⼧ⴕ「姹鵔

捀父宠殹䎃涸⡲暟鞮佐罜莊鳵涸牺Ⱙ鄄㋎⡲㣖㣗涸莻罏䨥

⹛姽㢫㖈 +3 傒䊛畀꣡鵜❠剚莊鳵ⱺꧨⵠ⚆歲㣐剚

儘㷛㶩⦛〳䠦涸怵ⴀ⛳僽♧㣐❮럊

ꤑ✫剤ꨔ鸤涸㣐㘗彗徿唑瘞㫨坿鏤倷⛳剚莊鳵ぐ䒭ぐ垺涸崞

2018

衽꼛걧鸤㘗涸㣐䌨㶩捦䌨㶩 㾝植눀⸂怏럊涸莻姿⚥㜥

2/2-4

Yamagata Snow Festival (Yamagata Prefecture)

www.yamagata-yukifes.jp/

2018

2/10-11

Minamiuonuma City Snow Festival (Niigata Prefecture) www.niigata-kankou.or.jp/

Enjoy looking at huge snow statues and beautiful snow illuminations, along with playing in the snow at Snow Land. At night, fireworks beautifully decorate the winter sky.

This historical festival will mark its 68th anniversary. You can go into a large kamakura snow hut. Enjoy local dishes with local ingredients, along with fireworks.

腋妇颣㣐涸➿邍ⱺꧨ⿻涯ꨔ䵩ꂂ槮樸敚귇涸Ⱏ怵❠〳

荈Ꟛ鳵⟃⢵鵔ぢ痧  㾂⼧ⴕⰨ剤娜〷䚍涸牺Ⱙ腋

㿋䕎ꨔ䣔Ⱙ㿋䕎簖

⽂눴屜䋑ꨔ牺倞悼簖

倴ꨔ♳坿㕨䖭䖐梖ꨔ⛓馱ⵌ✫儻♳⵱剤摳抡⢪Ⱶ㣔涸㢹

㣁넓뀿鹎Ⰵ㣐涸⫄窡ꨔ㾋Ⰹ❠〳❧欽歋殹㖒굺勞

瑠刿⸈繡뜩㢵䕙

2018

2/10-11

掱撞涸繡굺錚颣摳抡瘞

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Iiyama Snow Festival

Okuhida Fuyu Monogatari

www.isnowfes.org/

www.okuhida-fuyumonogatari.com/

(Nagano Prefecture)

(Okuhida Winter’s Tale) (Gifu Prefecture)

More than 100 snow statues will be at the venue and throughout Iiyama City. Various events are held during the festival, including traditional entertainment, secchu mikoshi (carrying portable shrines in snow), and drum performances.

This event is held in five areas: Hirayu, Fukuchi, Shinhirayu, Tochio, and Shin-hodaka. Enjoy beautiful snow illuminations and a grand view of frozen waterfalls.

㤹굳뀶Ⱶ暟铃䀆ꢪ簖

궤㿋ꨔ牺Ꟁꅿ簖

姽崞⹛剚㖈䎂弔犷㖒倞䎂弔号㽵倞琝넞瘞  ⦐⼦ 㚖Ⰹ莊鳵腋㣁錚颣ⵌ竤歋敚귇撑罇⛓♴㢵䕙涸ꨔ兞⿻

㖈剚㜥莅궤㿋䋑Ⰹ⼦仗鏤馄麕  䏠ⱺꧨ❠剚莊鳵ꨔ

ⲵ穡涸懶䋒瘞㡭ꡀ涸兞蒀

⚥䖶鱜 牟鱽 怵㤉㣖렽瘞⫄窡谁遯邍怵

2018

2/10-11

2018

3/3-3/4

Inukko Matsuri Festival (Akita Prefecture)

Hachikita Ski Festival (Hyogo Prefecture)

akitayuzawa.jp/event-top.html#winter

hachikita.jp

This traditional festival is said to have been held for some 400 years. Large snow sculptures of dogs and shrines are erected around the town. Various events are held, including one where you can pray for health with your dog.

朄⛓牺猨歊簖

亙铞䭰糵莊鳵✫秉  䎃涸牺Ⱙ剤仗鏤㣐涸权莅㼉䑔

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About 300 fireworks are launched. Yukidamatsumi Senshuken (snow ball championship) is also held. Participants pile up softball-sized snow balls and compete the height.

)BDIJꊛ⻍徿ꨔ眏Ⱕ䏨簖 Ⱶ㷎涸ꊛ⻍徿ꨔ㜥㢹瑠⚥♳怵秉  涮涸摳抡〥㢫 鼩莊鳵㼟㡁椕菛㣐㼭涸ꨔ椕䖃♳㛜넞涸馱㄂畹飓


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Fujikawaguchiko Town

âŻ?â´•ă–’â?§ă€ŒâąľăŁ”朸㺢㥌幎〥坪歖ゅ Mt. Fuji is famous all over the world. What many don’t know though is that it looks its best in winter! At the foot of Japan’s highest mountain, the town of Fujikawaguchiko is a great place to relax and enjoy spectacular views. ć?€âœŤĺŚ‡é˘ŁâľŒâ?§éš˜ă•œęĽšćś¸ăş˘ăĄŚăż‹çšĄĺ…žď˜šćšą 掚䲀莄ä?ĄâąľăŁ”âľšâ˘ľî™°äžŁé”žč¤œč?†ĺ‚ˆĺŠĽă ?ăż‹ ăż‹ëœžćś¸ăş˘ăĄŚĺąŽă€ĄĺťŞć­–ď˜šä?‘ę&#x;Ľă–’庋麕皥㼪 ĺ„˜âŻ•ă‚…î™°

For the best views of Mt. Fuji! 䲀莄䖰�酭杗劆㺢㥌㿋

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â‘ Ubuyagasaki ćŹ´ăž‹äƒˇ â‘Ą North Side of Lake Kawaguchiko

near Kawaguchiko Amphi Hall 幎〥坪âť?ä ˜ă•Šä•Žä‘žăœĽęŁĄéľœ ③ Nagasaki cape ę&#x;€äƒˇä€˝ â‘Ł Oishi Park ăŁ?瀖Ⱇ㕨 ⑤ Lake Saiko Nenba-hama 銯坪ĺ‘?ăœĽć†ş â‘Ľ Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nenba 銯坪洞ćľ?⛓ꀀĺ‘?ăœĽ â‘Ś Lake Shojiko Tatego-hama 礜階坪歿➎䊛㠖憺

Beautiful Fuji

In winter we get many days when the air is clear and this is the perfect time to appreciate Mt. Fuji with its snow-covered cap. But this is just the beginning! ĺ…žč?žăš†âžƒćś¸ăş˘ăĄŚăż‹

歋倴⹾㣔âŻ?ć€?ĺš˘ĺ€žç‘ ĺ­ľćś¸ĺ…§ăŁ”éŻąă˘ľď˜šă””ĺ§˝ĺ§ťĺƒ˝ćť—ĺŠ†çšĄëœŠ 㺢㥌㿋朸剓⢕㡎çœ?ď˜ˇç˝œăż‹ę°Ľâ™łćś¸ç?Žę¨”ď˜šĺˆżĺƒ˝ĺ‘”ă˘Ťă–’ęł?ć¤? âœŤăş˘ăĄŚăż‹ćś¸ëˆƒâ¸‚ď˜ˇŐ­

Winter-only events with Mt. Fuji as the background! ä?Ąă€łâ™§éźšĺŚ‡é˘Łăş˘ăĄŚăż‹ď˜šâ™§éźšâ?§ă€ŒâąľăŁ”暜剤朸崞⚛

Kawaguchiko Winter Fireworks The clear winter air makes the colors of the fireworks even more amazing.

Saiko Ice Festival Ice-art created by nature. Enjoy it together with the silhouette of Mt. Fuji.

Sat. & Sun. from Jan. 13 to Feb. 18, and Feb. 23 (Mt. Fuji Day)

Jan. 27–Feb. 12, 2018

Main venue: Oike Park near Lake Kawaguchiko

Saiko Yacho no Mori Park (Wild Bird Forest Park)

幎〥坪⹾㡎摳报 ă–ˆĺš˘ćƒ˝ç‘ ĺ­ľâšĽćś¸âąľăˇŽć‘łćŠĄď˜šęł?ä–¤ĺ‘”ă˘Ťă–’çŞ†ëœŠâš›âžƒď˜ˇ

銯坪ĺ&#x; ⹺牺 ĺ€´ĺ§˝ç‰şâ°ŠâšĽď˜šč…‹ĺŚ‡é˘ŁâľŒăŁ”ć?­č° é Ż Đ­Đ­ĺ&#x; âąşâżťăş˘ăĄŚăż‹ćś¸ę§†â¨€ę´?ăŞ¨ď˜ˇ

ËŠ ćś¸ĺŤŚéš‹â°™ď˜śĺ‚ˆîšŠ î™ˇăş˘ăĄŚăż‹â›“ĺ‚ˆî™¸

 âšşéŠ´ĺ‰šăœĽ  幎〥坪歿ăŁ?寒Ⱇ㕨

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 銯坪ꅿ둡喀ĺ?Œâ°—㕨

Relax at an onsen

Onsen (hot springs) are the best choice for anyone enjoying nature at its coldest. Get in the hot water and feel your body getting warm down to its core and the tiredness of the day slipping away. 岙役幎佞녟魨䗹

㼜ĺ?“ä&#x;?ă–ˆăşŻâ˛ˆĺ­ľâŚŹâ™´âŻ?â´•â?§ă€ŒăŁ?č?ˆć?­ď˜šă˝ ęŹŒĺ˛™ ĺ˝ąĺąŽčœ“ăż‚âœŤď˜ˇĺ§ťă””ć?€ĺƒ˝âąľăŁ”ď˜šč…‹é›Šé­¨ë„“ć­‹â°‰ç˝œ ă˘Ťä ŽâľŒĺ†›ă„¤ćś¸ĺ˝ąĺąŽĺ‰“ĺ•?âœŤď˜ˇé”žä ¨ä ‘ă–’ĺ†›ă„¤âąşâ˛ˆ ćś¸é­¨ë„“ď˜šç§Šé?‘äžŽĺ‚ˆćś¸ć°•âšŞă‚…î™° For more details 鑏稣饝éŽ?

Bus: the best way to move around! Ski with a view of Mt. Fuji! Fujiten Snow Resort!

韚匇颣㺢㥌㿋⛳腋韚â?§ă€Œĺžżę¨”î™° 㺢㥌㣔垿ꨔä?žâ§şĺ‹ î™°

A resort offering both winter sports and striking views of Mt. Fuji. Rent your equipment here and enjoy winter sports, including ski, snowboard and sledge pistes! 8545-1 Fujisan, Narusawa Village, Minamitsuru County, Yamanashi 0555-85-2000 Fujikawaguchiko Town → about 15 min by car

ĺ§˝ĺžżę¨”çŽťçť˘ăœĽč…‹ăŁ éźšâ?§ă€ŒâąľăˇŽéşŒâš›ď˜šéźšćť—劆꧆⨀朸㺢㥌 ăż‹âżťĺąŽă€ĄĺťŞď˜ˇâ™śé”¸ĺƒ˝ĺžżę¨”ćŹ˝â°¨ćś¸ç?†âŚśď˜šéźŠĺƒ˝ę¨”ĺ&#x;šćŹ˝çŽťçť˘ăœĽ ćśźĺ‰¤ä˛żâŁ˜ď˜šăŁ?ăšťéżŞč…‹é°‹ë…źä …ä˜°ă–’äąşé?¸âľŒćˇ?ćˇ?ćśŻę¨”ď˜ˇ  㿋唅簖⽂鿪掆鞞뒊愯勠㜜㺢㥌㿋   

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As its name suggests, “Sightseeing Bus 2 Day Ticket� is the best way to see the area, even in winter. If you come from Kansai, “Mt. Fuji West Side Excursion Bus Ticket� from Shin-Fuji Station is your best choice.

䲀莄â&#x;ƒăƒ°éş‰äŠźăĄŚâĄ˛ć?€â?œé¸’䊛媯

äžŁé”žă˘ľâ¸ˆâľ„ćŹ˝âŽ›ä&#x;ƒćś¸Őšăƒ°éş‰äŠźăĄŚ  ĺ‚ˆäľŠâ›¨âľšŐş â˘ľéŒšâŻ•ď˜ˇäŠźăĄŚĺ‰šă–ˆăş˘ăĄŚăż‹ ćś¸ăƒ°éźšâźŚăš–äŠŁéśŹď˜šă””ĺ§˝â˝°â¤‘ĺƒ˝âąľăŁ”ď˜šé ¤âš›â™łâ›łč…‹ä˝žä—ąď˜ˇč•°ĺŚ?ä–°ęĄ éŠŻĺ€° ă ˘âľšä–ƒď˜šâľąä˛€čŽ„ä–°ĺ€žăş˘ăĄŚç•€éĽąâ¤‘č…‹â˘ŞćŹ˝ćś¸ Őšăş˘ăĄŚăż‹éŠŻëœžäŠźăĄŚăƒ°éş‰âľšŐş ď˜ˇ

How to get to Fujikawaguchiko Town JR Tokaido Shinkansen 2 hr

Fujikyu Yamanashi Bus 2 hr

 ăź­ĺ„˜ +3 ĺŒŒĺľłéşĽĺ€žäŽ?çŽ

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Shin-Osaka Sta. 倞�ꢝ畀

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Mt. Fuji West Side Excursion Bus Ticket̕

Sightseeing Bus 2 Day Ticket ̓㺢㥌㿋 Ő­éŠŻëœžäŠźăĄŚ Ő­ăƒ°éş‰âľš

ăƒ°éş‰äŠźăĄŚ ĺ‚ˆäľŠâ›¨âľš

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Highway Bus 105 to 145 min  â´•Ö‰  â´•ę—ť ë„žé¸ äŠźăĄŚ

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Let's learn how to make Japanese dishes from a professional chef at a Japanese ryokan. This time we made "mushroom and salmon foil packets," "mushroom rice," and "mushroom chawanmushi."

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Japan's Seasonal Food

Mushroom and salmon foil packets Directions 1. Skin the salmon fillets and sprinkle with salt and pepper. 2. Separate a bundle of enoki into 4 smaller bundles. 3. Remove the stems of the shiitake and cut them into 4 pieces.

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4. Remove the stems of the enoki, maitake, and shimeji mushrooms and break into bite-sized pieces by hand. 6. Slice the green onion into diagonal slices about 1 cm long. 7. Prepare 4 sheets of aluminum foil about 30 cm by 50 cm and place the above ingredients on them.

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5. Cut the zucchini into rounds about 5 mm thick.

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8. Sprinkle the ingredients with sake and salt, add a pat of butter on top, and wrap in the foil. 9. Place the 4 foil-wrapped pieces on an oven tray and cook for 15 to 20 minutes at 170 degrees Celsius in the oven. I was ver y surprised that I could make such a delicious dish using only simple sea-

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I had a great time getting to know the differences in food culture between Japan and Korea. I especially liked the salmon foil packet.

sonings like sake, soy sauce, dashi, mirin, sugar, and salt.

Chef's Advice

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From Korea

It is best to add salt in small quantities while cooking and then add more salt and/or soy sauce to the finished dish to taste. This method avoids making a dish too salty. Wrapping the ingredients in a foil packet will create maximum umami.

Stay at a Japanese ryokan and join our semi-private cooking class! Stay with other students at the Sugimoto hot spring ryokan and attend the Japanese cuisine class. Take advantage of the chance to have a delicious and unique cooking experience using ingredients you cannot find during other times of the year. We are looking for Winter and Spring class students to join us! For details, check here www.att-japan.net/en/topics/syosai/3801 Look up the site to see a few comments from the most recent participants. att. JAPAN

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JAPANESE WINE

Drinking in Japan!

Japanese Wine 傈劥涸袖蟏ꂋ

傽勔⻐ꏟ㸢꾴

Did you know that you can actually enjoy good domestic wine in Japan? We will introduce you to Japanese wine and wineries in Japan!

Ⱖ㻜㖈傈劥⛳腋ㅷ㒂ⵌ繡㄂涸袖蟏ꂋ䱺♴⢵㽠捀䝡➝稲傈劥涸袖蟏ꂋ莅ꅦꂋ䑖ゅ

History of Japanese Wine 傈劥袖蟏ꂋ涸娜〷

What is Japanese Wine? ➊랃僽傈劥袖蟏ꂋ

The place where the first winemaking started in Japan was Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture. Along with the beginning of wine imports in 1861 upon the opening of Yokohama Port, people in the Meiji Period started serious winemaking to produce Japanese wine. Today, Japanese wine is highly appreciated for its quality and taste. Among others, Koshu Wine, which is made with Koshu Grapes, the only grapes dedicated to winemaking in Japan, has been drawing increasing attention.

Japanese wine is made in Japan, only with domestic grapes, without using imported grapes or concentrated juice. 傈劥袖蟏ꂋ䭸涸僽♶⢪欽⟤⡦嵳㢫鹎〡袖蟏 䧴慮簮卓实涰ⴕ⛓涰䱰欽傈劥㕜欴袖蟏⚛ 倴傈劥㕜Ⰹ醢鸤涸袖蟏ꂋ

drink Japanese wine ㅷ㒂傈劥涸袖蟏ꂋゅ

傈劥剓ⴲꟚ㨥醢鸤袖蟏ꂋ涸㖒倰僽㿋唅簖歌䏎䋑荈  䎃堾憺Ꟛ度鸒㉂鹎〡✫袖 蟏ꂋ䖕⤑䩧皿㖈傈劥⛳Ꟛ㨥欰欴袖蟏ꂋ䖰罜倴僈屛儘劍 䎃։  䎃 姻䒭Ꟛ 㨥醢鸤袖蟏ꂋ植➛傈劥袖蟏ꂋ♶锸僽ㅷ颶䧴㄂麥涼⪔「⚆歲ぐ㕜㥪鐱㽍Ⱖ⪔「濧 湡涸僽⢪欽✫傈劥㕜Ⰹ㈔♧ꅦ鸤袖蟏ꂋ㼠欽涸歌䊝袖蟏䨾ꅦ䧭涸歌䊝袖蟏ꂋ

If you are visiting Japan, why not enjoy Japanese food with delicious Japanese wine?

Recommended combinations of Japanese dishes and Japanese wine

ꨈ䖤⢵ⵌ傈劥✫♶㧏㽠鼹ㅷ㒂傈䒭俲椚鼹 ㉧궬〳〡涸傈劥袖蟏ꂋゅ

Grace Wine (Koshu Wine)

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Yoshi Sparkling, chardonnay

Tomi-no-oka, red

㎗ꩾ㢵뜩孵岙袖蟏ꂋ

涬繡⛓⚊խ秋

White wine & sashimi, tempura, grilled salted samma (saury) Koshu Wine is very light and refreshing; therefore, it goes really well with dashi- and salt-based Japanese dishes. As the iron content is low, it won’t give any fishy smell even with raw fish (sashimi).

Sparkling wine & oden For oden, you may want to try sparkling wine. The dashi of oden and the fruity taste of sparkling wine create a perfect harmony.

Red wine & yakitori (tare), sukiyaki, nimono Muscat Bailey A is the most produced grape variety for red wine in Japan. The red wine, which is made with this hybrid grape variety from Niigata Prefecture, goes wonderfully well with Japanese dishes based on soy sauce and mirin.

涯袖蟏ꂋխYխ欰눴晚㣔㮓繏뛥掑猨ⴉ눴

孵岙袖蟏ꂋխխꡠ匌撞

秋袖蟏ꂋխYխ掑ꧽ聘⚮ ꄷ实 㡽㋐敯敝蝳

䵩ꂂ傈䒭ꄷ实䧴뛥㄂俲椚涸袖蟏ꂋ㔔捀㸐尝剤わ㣖

弔걧莅孵岙ꂋ涸宐卓孵㄂湱

欽涸袖蟏ㅷ珏⚥欴ꆀ剓넞涸♧珏⢪欽倞悼簖欴

歌䊝袖蟏ꂋ䌟剤帝帝涸幢껻鰋渠晊〡僽♧妵黠ざ 㢵涸꘮颶㽠皿䵩ꂂ欰눴♧饱❧欽⛳♶剚䠮「ⵌ⟤ ⡦舟荏㄂

ꡠ匌撞黠ざ䵩ꂂ孵岙袖蟏ꂋ 殹䵩ꂂ

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.VTDBU#BJMFZ" 僽㖈傈劥㕜Ⰹ⡲捀ꅦ鸤秋袖蟏ꂋ㼠 ⴀ涸幋ざㅷ珏醢鸤涸秋袖蟏ꂋ莅ꄷ屘䧴㄂ꃢ殹⡲ 㛇䏁涸傈䒭俲椚䵩ꂂ饱⢵⼧ⴕ黠ざ

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٥罌ꆀꂋ莅ꄷ实涸䵩ꂂ⢵䪪㼦黠ざ傈䒭俲椚涸袖蟏ꂋ ٥ず垺겝蒀涸傈䒭俲椚莅袖蟏ꂋ黠ざ䵩ꂂ㖈♧饱


㿋唅簖ꅦꂋ䑖䲀讄 The basin has a climate perfect for grape production as well as winemaking. There are about 80 wineries all over the prefecture, including Katsunuma, one of the most famous wine production areas in Japan.

Recommended Winery in Yamanashi Prefecture

黠ざ珏嗃袖蟏涸渝㖒孵⦬ず儘⛳僽黠ざ醢鸤袖蟏ꂋ涸㖒⼦⟃⹨屜捀껷簖Ⰹ鏤剤秉  贖涸ꅦꂋ䑖

Suntory Tomi-no-oka Winery ♲䖤ⵄ涬繡⛓⚊ꂋ䑖

With a history of more than 100 years, this winery with its own huge vineyard is located on the top of a hill looking down at the Kofu Basin. On fine days, you can enjoy wine while looking at Mount Fuji. The paid tour allows you to visit the vineyard, winery and bottle aging cellars. You can also enjoy wine tasting at the end. Note: The winery tour (only in Japanese) is offered only on weekends and holidays. It takes about 80 minutes. 乩剤涰䎃⟃♳娜〷涸ꂋ䑖荈㹻䑞㣐涸鴍㖒㗂衆倴腋♧錒歌䏎渝㖒涸㿋⚊⛓♳㖈㣔孵㥪涸儘⦬ 鼩腋♧鼹滗劆㺢㡦㿋♧鼹❧「秋袖蟏ꂋ涸坿馱遤玑Ⰹ腋㣁⿮錚袖蟏㕨䧴ꅦ醢㜥⟃⿻넓뀿ㅷꂋ 涸坿馱

갭濼⿮錚遤玑 ⫦䲿⣘傈俒 㔿㹁倴ヰⰙ莅ヰ傈莊鳵㼬錒儘꟦秉  ⴕꗻ

Grace Wine, Chuo Budoshu ⚥㣜袖蟏ꂋ

As a pioneer of Koshu Wine, this winery has established a worldwide reputation.

Chateau Sakaori Winery $)"5&"6 ꂋ䫔ꅦꂋ䑖

⡲捀醢鸤歌䊝袖蟏ꂋ涸⯓ꍵ㖈 ⚆歲♳⛳⪔「㥪鐱涸ꅦꂋ䑖

Located on a hill, this dome-style winery offers a tour to visit a tank room, labelling factory, and underground cellar, which are usually not shown to visitors at other wineries. You can also enjoy tasting recommended wine.

㗂衆倴넞㖒涸跗㘗ꅦꂋ䑖腋㣁⿮錚㖈Ⱖ➮ꅦ

ꂋ䑖縂鋅涸⮭询㹔垦硹䊨䑖⿻㖒♴⮭ꂋ㹔瘞 ⛳腋㣁넓뀿剓「䲀讄涸ㅷꂋ坿馱

Daizen-ji Temple 㣐㊥㼉 Also known as Budo-dera ("a grape temple"), this temple makes original wine with grapes from its own vineyard on the premises. The Yakushi-Nyorai statue holds grapes in her hand. There is a legend that this is a birthplace of Koshu grapes. ⿶珖袖蟏㼉⢪欽荈㹻欽㖒Ⰹ袖蟏㕨䨾䱰佐涸袖蟏醢⡲荈ⶾ涸袖蟏ꂋ㼉Ⰹ涸谔䌌㥶⢵⫹䩛♳䩯衽 袖蟏⫄铞鸏酭僽歌䊝袖蟏涸涮彂㖒

傈劥㕜ꅦꂋ䑖䲀讄 A perfect place for winemaking is a basin where it rains less and 渝㖒㖒⼦꣮ꨎꆀ㼱傈撑儘꟦Ꟁ僽ꬌ䌢黠ざꅦ鸤袖蟏涸㖒 the sunshine per year is longer. There are other places all over 倰ꤑ✫㿋唅簖㢫傈劥ぐ㖒⛳剤Ⱖ➮醢鸤袖蟏ꂋ涸㖒倰 Japan where wine is produced.

Reccomended Winery in Japan

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The scenery of this winery and surrounding vineyards against the backdrop of mountains in Otaru is reminiscent of Napa Valley in California, U.S. 滗劆㼭埧涸黇㿋㥶ずꅦꂋ䑖橇粕菛涸袖蟏 歊䛇蕰縨魨倴⸈䊝秝䋪㿋靽

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넞殓ꅦꂋ䑖 Takahata Winery This winer y’s most recommended wine is sparkling wine. 剓捀䲀讄涸僽孵岙袖蟏ꂋ

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Azumino Winery

Wine is stored in a storage space that is a natural refrigerator connected to a yukimuro (snow storage room), which stores a huge amount of snow, and is kept at a low temperature even in summer.

Overlooking the Hida Mountains (Northern Alps), this winery aims to create beautiful, clear wine.

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Agricore Echigo Winery

袖蟏ꂋ鄄⮭询㖈莅ꨔ㹔湬䱺鸮䱺㖈♧饱涸ꨔ㹔

Japan’s Viniculture of Tomorrow

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〳⟃滗劆⻍꣚晋⼻倛㿋腠涸ꅦꂋ䑖⟃ꅦ 鸤ⴀ鷴僈⚂繡뜩涸袖蟏ꂋ捀湡垦

The amount of Japanese wine made only with domestically grown grapes that is available in Japan is about 4% of that of all wine available. However, looking at its increasing popularity, major companies in the liquor industry have set out on an expansion of their Japanese wine business. Asahi Breweries has reinforced its viniculture by establishing its own orchard in Hokkaido. Suntory has started Shiojiri Winery, which can carry out the entire wine production process from growing grapes to brewing. Mercian Corporation and Sapporo Brewery are also planning to increase the production of grapes at their own orchards. Japanese wine is expected to be more readily and affordably available in the near future. 〫⢪欽㕜Ⰹⴀ欴涸袖蟏䨾ꅦ醢涸 չ傈劥袖蟏ꂋպ 㖈傈劥涸䋑⡥桧ꧪ搭〫剤㣐秉 ⡎㖈鷷恸涸➃孵넞恭♴ꂋ겳涸㣐䑖 ⦛秼秼Ꟛ㨥仍㣐✲噠劊傈㉷ꂋꟚ㨥㖈荈㹻⻍嵳麥涸鴍㜥⸈䓽袖蟏涸呖㛆♲䖤ⵄ䫏Ⰵ须ꆄ荛䖰袖蟏涸呖珏ⵌꅦ鸤鿪♧

䩛⺫鳵涸뛥㽱ꅦꂋ䑖.FSDJBO 騈劦䌾㉷ꂋ⛳갸㹁銴㟞⸈荈㹻鴍㜥袖蟏涸䱰佐ꆀ➛䖕傈劥袖蟏ꂋ♧㹁剚刿㺂僒顠ⵌゅ

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JOURNEY VISITING UNIQUE ODEN ꫭ喀簖 瀖䊛簖

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傈劥랱鰶⛓假 There is nothing better than enjoying oden when it comes to winter. Oden is a Japanese hot-pot dish in which various kinds of ingredients are simmered in dashi soup for up to a few hours. The ingredients and soup types vary in different regions, allowing many variations of oden to emerge throughout Japan. If you are taking a trip in Japan this winter, make sure to enjoy various kinds of oden that are available only in particular areas!

ꫬ啾欰譏㄂㐈խխ랱鰵

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This oden was created by a female owner of one of the street stalls for passengers who were waiting for the Seikan Renraku-sen in winter, a ferry that connected between Aomori and Hakodate (Hokkaido) until 1988. She added grated ginger to miso so that the oden would warm up the bodies of people waiting in the cold.

㺯Ⲉ涸Ⱶ㣔卓搭鼩僽く랱鰶剓問✫랱 鰶僽䭸㼟ぐ䒭ぐ垺굺勞佞Ⰵ넞弔⚥竤 麕Ꟁ儘꟦敝撞涸傈劥ꑜ겳俲椚랱鰶涸굺 勞ㄤ属ꄷ剚⣜亙㖒⼦罜剤䨾♶ず㖈傈 劥剤衽ぐ䒭㿂倴殹㖒暶剤涸랱鰶鸏⦐Ⱶ 㣔㽠雊䧮⦛♧鼹假遤♧鼹❧「ぐ㖒涸暶 蒀랱鰶ゅ

匌❨խ涸랱鰵 Tokyo oden features strong dashi from shredded dried bonito and seasoning using koikuchi (darkcolored) soy sauce. Fish paste items, such as chikuwabu and suji, are unique to Tokyo Oden.

䖰⵹剤♧⡙伱顋涸罉꠸㫟捀✫䋞劆雊㖈Ⱶ 㷎儘瘞䖊ꫭⴅ䱺꼸菻䖃鵦ꫭ喀ㄤⴅ긭涸菻 鸏酭涸㛇劥〡㄂僽⢪欽叞눴넞弔⿻慮㄂ꄷ屘 չ畾鰶띔պ  չ㕩䕎눴匢պ 瘞눴悅醢ㅷ僽 涸⛨㹐影军魨넓罜㼟欰譑岟ㄤ㄂㐉⸈Ⰵ랱鰶 锅㄂ 匌❩랱鰶涸暶蒀 㔔姽鑪〡㄂䩞䑞捀崩⫄

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Steamed fish paste, called hampen, is usually white, but here in Shizuoka, it is black. Shizuoka Oden features a sprinkling of a generous amount of oden-ko powder, which contains powdered dried bonito and green nori seaweed powder.

Famous as a town of kamaboko steamed fish paste, with 12 well-established kamaboko stores, along with unique kamaboko based on locals ideas, Odawara features oden served with “umemiso” (plum miso) based on one of its specialties, ume (plums). 㖈⟃눴匢罜耂そ涸㼭歊⾲㊥⸈ⵄ欽✫  ꟦ 눴匢罉䏅涸䪮遯⿻殹㖒㾀字涸ⶾ䠑⟃殹㖒暶 欴哆㶩醢⡲罜䧭涸չ哆㶩㄂㐉պ ⡲捀랱鰶属ꄷ ⢵❧欽랱鰶

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㥴銲くꬄ䀤랱鰵 Aoba Yokocho alley and Aoba Oden-gai street, both located near JR Shizuoka Station, are recommended as places to enjoy Shizuoka Oden. The retro-atmosphere alleys appear suddenly in the middle of the modern part of town with its high rises. More than 10 oden places with red lanterns hanging in front stand on both sides of the streets. 䲀讄⵹䖃 +3 ꬆ䀥鮦畀꣡鵜涸ꫭ衞堾♨⿻ꫭ衞 랱鰶遳넞垜卌用涸植➿⻋遳麥⚥瑳搭ⴀ植 ✫⯏怏䧃莍孨㕠涸䋀䒚㖈秋蒀敚硱♴倰剤 衽侸⼧꟦颪랱鰶涸㼭䏅⚛䱖衽

铞ⵌ눴悅醢ㅷ涸뎲㼂♧菛鿪僽涯蒀㾀㢵⡎ ꬆ䀥涸뎲㼂㛇劥♳鿪僽랱蒀且♳㣐ꆀ涸叞눴 晚⿻ꫭ嵳蕋磌僽ꬆ䀥崣涸麥㖒く岁

Enjoying Shizuoka Oden at “Obachan” on Aoba Yokocho alley! Scan this code and watch the video! 㖈ꫭ衞堾♨涸չ0CBDIBOպ 鸏酭 㣐㉜ꬆ䀥랱鰶ゅ 䰿焺⢵溏䕧晚ゅ


Kanazawa Oden features shinjo dumplings made with fish and shrimp, bai-gai (Japanese Babylon sea snail), and kurumabu (wheel-shaped fu dried wheat gluten). The most expensive ingredient, kanimen, is only available from mid-November to December, and uses a whole kobakogani crab*. *kobakogani: female snow crabs caught in Ishikawa Prefecture

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Haccho-miso is often used as a sauce, but in Nagoya, ingredients are cooked in haccho-miso soup. One of its unique ingredients of Nagoya Miso Oden is pork intestines. ă¸?âš›ęŹŒâ˘ŞćŹ˝â™§č?›ćś¸ă„‚ă?‰ď˜šç˝œĺƒ˝â˘ŞćŹ˝â°”♨㄂ă?‰ î™ˇä Ś 濟簖援揽éž?ę˛łćśŽęƒ‹ç˝œä§­ćś¸ă„‚ă?‰î™¸ 掚⥲넞埔㛇ä? ď˜š âą„ćšŹäąşâ¸ˆâ°…ęľşĺ‹žć•?ć’žď˜ˇé&#x;Łč‰?ć?€â°Śćšśč’€ęľşĺ‹žď˜ˇ

Odawara Oden Summit, Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 2018, at Odawara Castle Park (Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture) Shizuoka Oden Fair, Mar. 9-11. 2018, at Aoba Symbol Road (Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture)

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Convenience stores sell cheap but delicious oden. Their oden also has different dashi, condiments, and ingredients in different regions. For example, Seven-Eleven divides the county into eight regions and provides each with unique soup this year. ă–ˆâ¤‘âľ„ă‰‚ä?…⛳〳â&#x;ƒă ?âľŒâ¤‘ăš†âżśăĽŞă ?ćś¸ëžąé°śď˜ˇç˝œ âŁœäş™ă ?âŚ?ă–’âźŚćś¸â™śă šď˜šë„žĺź”ä§´é”…ă„‚âĄ äż˛âżťęľşĺ‹žď˜š ⛳ă ?剤Ⰼ䊴掯äš?ď˜ˇĺŤ˛ăĽś &-&7&/ ➛䎃ăź&#x;ĺ‚ˆĺŠĽ ďˆŁă•œâ´•ć?€  âŚ?âźŚăš–ď˜šâźŚăš–â™śă šă„‚éşĽâ™śă šď˜ˇ

Simmered in ago-dashi soup, one of Nagasaki’s specialties, Nagasaki Oden is served with yuzukosho (seasoning with chili peppers, yuzu peel and salt). â&#x;ƒę&#x;€äƒˇă ?ćŹ´ęľłëˆ´ë„žĺź”ćŽšâĄ˛ă›‡ä? 䨞ć•?撞朸՚ę&#x;€äƒˇ ëžąé°śŐş ď˜šĺƒ˝â&#x;ƒĺŽ´ăśŠč„Œĺ—ŠćŽšâĄ˛ĺąžę„ˇęľşćŹ˝ď˜ˇ

尣粨랹鰾 Okinawa Oden features tebichi (pig legs) and green leaves. é&#x;Łč‰ ⿝ꍭč?łć?€â°Śćšśč’€ęľşĺ‹žď˜ˇ

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Modern Nordic dining with direct access from Gaienmae station Our Modern Nordic Cuisine is certainly a new segment of cuisine in Japan, where authentic Nordic cooking is intertwined with French techniques to create a selection of ingenious and unique delicacy. Aoyama OM-SQUARE 1F, 2-5-8 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo Tel: 03-5413-3300 Lunch: 11:30-15:30 (L.O. 14:30) Dinner: 18:00-23:30 (L.O. 22:00)

New York's long Established Seafood Restaurant has arrived in Japan! An ever popular restaurant has come ashore straight from Manhattan, New York. The very same atmosphere and interior were transported right from the main restaurant in New York. Enjoy from a selection of over 100 kinds of seafood including heaps of raw oysters. Shinagawa, Tokyo Tel. 03-6717-0932 atré shinagawa 4F,2 Chome-18-1 Konan, Minato-ku

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TOKYO: FUCHU AND KOKUBUNJI Around the 8th century, a part of present-day Tokyo, Saitama, and Kanagawa  ⚆私儘劍歋♧鿈ⴕ匌❩鿪楋桪簖牟㣾䊛 prefectures was then called Musashi no Kuni (Musashi Province). The politi- 簖䨾圓䧭涸㖒⼦鄄珖捀娀询㕜娀询㕜涸㕜䏎 cal center of the province, called “Kokufu,” used to be located at the current 佟屛⚥䗱㖒⽰僽植㖈涸䏎⚥䋑殹儘捀㸛隌 Fuchu City, and Musashi Kokubun-ji Temple, one of the provincial temples 㕜㹻䎂㸞䨾䒊用涸㕜ⴕ㼉㽠⡙倴植㖈涸㕜ⴕ established for the pacification and protection of the nation, used to be lo- 㼉䋑⚥鸏㽠僽䏎⚥莅㕜ⴕ㼉Ⰽ䋑㖒そ涸歋⢵ cated at the current Kokubunji City; hence the names of the respective cit- 湬荛➛傈姽㖒⼦⛓⚥➠剤鏪㢵腋雊➃鷆䥊娜 ies. These areas still hold several places where you can feel the long history. 〷涸兞럊♶㧏鑑衽⢵鸏鯱鿪䗱笃䠑測搭涸ꔩ ♳侕侕䗱ゅ  Take a walk in this area with more lush greenery than the center of Tokyo.

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Carrying portable shrines at Kurayami Matsuri

#Kurayami Matsuri Festival

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Okunitama-jinja Shrine

Going out of the south exit of Fuchu Station and walking through the street lined with zelkova trees stretching about 500 meters, you will come to Okunitama-jinja Shrine, a famous spiritual “power spot.” Enshrining the guardian god of Musashi no Kuni, the old shrine with more than 1,900 years of history has been known as a place for bringing good luck and romance and for repelling evil. From April 30 to May 6, an annual festival, Kurayami Matsuri, is held. Portable shrines are carried around vigorously in the dark at night and hanging lanterns create a mesmerizing atmosphere.

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Completed Renewal of Fuchu Station South Exit

On July 14, 2017, the 43-year redevelopment project finally finished and the grand opening of a complex facility, LeSIGNE, took place. It includes a commercial zone with about 90 tenants, including fashion stores, general stores, restaurants, and clinics, along with public facilities, medical facilities, and a residential zone.

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Suntory Tokyo Musashino Brewery

Opened in 1963, Suntory’s first beer brewery offers a free guided factory tour, where you can see the entire beer-making process, from the selection of raw ingredients to the final products being packed. After the tour, enjoy tasting beer! *Reservation to be made in Japanese. The tour is available only in Japanese; however, a limited number of earphone guides for English and Korean are available.

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Tokyo Racecourse

This fully fledged racecourse offers not only a place for national horseracing but also opportunities for people to interact with adorable horses, including horseracing seminars for beginners and horse-back riding and carriage-riding courses. Many fashion-conscious young women come for the cafĂŠs and families come for picnics. The days when horseracing is held are very crowded. Leaflets are available in English, Chinese, and Korean in addition to Japanese.

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Otaka no Michi & Masugata no Ike Pond Yusuigun (group of springs) Otaka no Michi is a walking path stretching along small streams in the residential area. You can relax and walk while listening to the murmuring of the streams. Along the path, there is Masugata no ike Pond, which is, according to legend, a place where a beautiful woman suffering from serious illness was able to rid herself of her problem and regain her beautiful appearance by purifying herself with the water.

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Created in the grounds of a villa built for a businessman in the Taisho period (1912-1926), this garden is based on the natural topography, with trees and ponds that are best viewed from circulating walking paths. It is the first nationally designated scenic spot in the Tama area. The water of the pond comes from spring water, and has long been known for its high-quality water. Adorable ducks can be seen enjoying the water from spring to early summer. Around the time of autumn foliage, Japanese maple tree leaves and the pond create a wonderful view.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Koku Vege,â&#x20AC;? Kokubunji-brand vegetables with 300 years of history

Kokubunji is also a place for high-quality water, as shown from the fact that Masugata no Ike Pond Yusuigun (group of springs) has been selected as one of the 100 high-quality water sources in Japan. The vegetables that have been grown in this area with high-quality water for about 300 years are now called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Koku Vege.â&#x20AC;? Some restaurants in Kokubunji serve original dishes with Koku Vege-brand vegetables. Enjoy delicious dishes with fresh local vegetables only available in this area. The restaurants serving Koku Vege dishes have this mark at the entrance. att. JAPAN

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GOKAYAMA

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Kanazawa Fukuoka

Tokyo Sta. â&#x2020;&#x2019; 1 hr 45 min by JR Sotobo Line Express Train View Wakashio / From Awa-Kamogawa Sta. â&#x2020;&#x2019; 5 min by taxi *Free pick-up bus is available from the station (reservation is needed). Check in 15:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C; / Check 36,870â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1179 Nishi-cho, Kamogawa out â&#x20AC;&#x201C;11:00 04-7093-5855 04-7093-5335 City, Chiba

Gokasanso

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Hiroshima

Within an exclusive space of 396 sq.m. (4260 sq.ft.) your private villa we have prepared 99 sq.m. (1065 sq.ft.) guest rooms, constant flowing rotenburo outdoor bath, private pool, and exclusive Jacuzzi. Relax in the unbound harmonic fusion of peace and tranquility with the best of Asia.

Ryokan with Onsen, nearest to the World Heritage site â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gassho-styleâ&#x20AC;? houses Gokasanso is a hotel located in Gokayama Onsen hot spring resort near Gokayama and well situated for visiting the World Heritage site. Every Thursday, Friday and Sunday, you can enjoy the kokiriko dance with the oldest folk song such as Migiya Bushi.

From Kaminashi Bus Stop â&#x2020;&#x2019; 5 min on foot via Check in 15:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C; / Check out â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10:00 Ohira Bridge 12,030â&#x20AC;&#x201C;15,270 (tax included) 333-1 Tamukai, 0763-66-2316 Nanto City, Toyama 0763-66-2717 gksanso@p2.tst.ne.jp

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NISHIYAMA RYOKAN NISHIYAMA RYOKAN

International Registered Tourist Inn 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 cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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. Free Wi-Fi in every room. Kyoto Sta. â&#x2020;&#x2019; 15 min by subway to the nearest station (Kyoto-shiyakushomae on Tozai Line) No.10 Exit â&#x2020;&#x2019; walk 2 blocks to the north on Check in 16:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C; / Check out â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10:30 Gokomachi St. 12,000â&#x20AC;&#x201C; (per person / 1 night stay without meals / tax included;) Nijosagaru, Gokomachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 075-222-1166 075-231-3558

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Hotel Urashima Resort & Spa ă&#x192;&#x203A;ă&#x192;&#x2020;ă&#x192;ŤćľŚĺłś

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Enjoy soaking in four different baths in the hotel Big cave bath Boukidou got its name from the praise of Tokugawa Yorimichi, the lord of this domain during the Edo period, when he visited. Its name means â&#x20AC;&#x153;the bath so relaxing that one forgets to go home.â&#x20AC;?

JR Kii-Katsuura Sta. â&#x2020;&#x2019; 10 min on foot â&#x2020;&#x2019; Katsuura port â&#x2020;&#x2019; 5 min by special boat Check in 14:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C; / Check out â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10:00 10,950â&#x20AC;&#x201C; (tax included) 1165-2 Katsuura, Nachi-Katsuura-cho, Higashi-Muro 0735-52-1011 0735-52-0275 yoyaku@hotelurashima.co.jp County, Wakayama

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旬彩 月の静香

Onsen ryokan with contentment and peace of mind offering beauty and health

Ryokan Sugimoto 旅館すぎもと

Enjoy freshly made buckwheat noodles Standing on breezy 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.

Our theme is “Beauty & Health.” Enjoy our original Japanese cuisine using local, seasonal foods. Free Wi-Fi is available. Nagano Highway Matsumoto Interchange (exit) → about 25 min (there is a signboard near Matsumoto Castle) / JR Chuo Line Matsumoto Sta. → about 20 min by bus bound for Utsukushigahara Onsen → Utsukushigahara Onsen stop → about 3 min on foot *Free shuttle service is available upon Check in 15:00– / Check out –10:00 request. 30,000– (per person per night with 2 meals / 2 guests in 1 room / There is a seasonal special rate) 101 Satoyamabe Yunohara, Matsumoto City, Nagano 0263-35-6200 0263-35-6222 tsukino-shizuka@nifty.com

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. Chuo Line Matsumoto Sta. → 15 min by taxi / 20 min by 15,750–31,500 bus Check in 15:00– / Check out –10:00 451-7 Satoyamabe, Matsumoto City, Nagano 0263-32-3379 0263-33-5830

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Shoutoukan 松濤館

Mt. Fuji, seascapes and gourmet cuisine

青山やまと

A traditional Japanese hotel, nestled on a hilltop overlooking the city and sea

Tokyo Sta. → 44 min by Tokaido Shinkansen “Kodama” → Mishima Sta. → 20 min by Izuhakone Sunzusen → Izunagaoka Sta. → 25 min by Izuhakone bus to the final stop named “Izu Mitohama Sea Check in 14:00– / Check out Paradise” → 1 min on foot 23,150–65,150 (per person per night with –11:00 2 meals / tax included) 7 Uchiura Mito, Numazu City, Shizuoka 055-943-2311 055-941-3449 otoiawase@shoutoukan.com

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THE JUNEI HOTEL 京都御所西

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Regardless of where in the hotel you are, you can enjoy magnificent views of Mt. Fuji. Accompany them with delicious and original gourmet creations prepared with each season’s ingredients.

THE JUNEI HOTEL Kyoto Imperial Palace West

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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.

Tokyo Sta. → 1 h 50 min by Izukyu Railway express train “Odoriko” / 1 h 20 min by Tokaido Shinkansen ”Kodama” (transfer at Atami Sta.) → Ito Sta. → 7 min by shuttle bus Check in 14:00– / Check out –11:00 24,990– (per person per night with 2 meals / 2 guests in 1 room / Service charge & tax included) 203 Oka, Ito City, Shizuoka 0557-37-3108 seizan@yamatokan.co.jp

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Ryokan Motonago 旅館 元奈古

KYOTO

Our goal is to aim for the comfort of echoing the five senses

With Kyoto flavor and a homy feeling

Spend a blissful moment in one of the eight small guests rooms and experience the comfort of the newly-built Kyoto villa comprising Shigaraki bathtub with your five senses.

JR Kyoto Sta. → by Kyoto City Bus (No.9, 12, 50, 67 lines) → Horikawa Shimodachiuri bus stop → Check in 15:00– / Check out –11:00 26,000– (Premium Double Bedroom) / 2 min on foot 3-14 Shimochoja-machi29,500– (Premium Twin Bedroom) / 29,000– (Deluxe Twin Bedroom) 075-415-7774 Sagaru, Higashi-Horikawa-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto

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 → #206 bus → Gion stop → 5 min on foot. Check in 16:00– / Check out –10:00 25,920– (2 persons per night without meals / 2 guests in 1 room / Service charge & tax included) 511 Washio-cho, Kodaiji-michi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 075-561-2087 075-561-2655

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The Kusatsu Onsen’s landmark, Yubatake 草津溫泉的象徵 湯畑

Kusatsu Onsen is home to Japan’s most productive hot spring. 自然湧泉量為全日本第一的草津溫泉 32,300L of waters per minute!

每分鐘有多達 32,300 公升以上的溫泉湧出!

Experience Yumomi! 也可以體驗 「湯揉」 喔!

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TOURIST INFORMATION ⺍ă&#x201A;? JRď&#x2DC;šĺ&#x2030;¤é?Şă˘ľâ°&#x2014;ă &#x20AC;䲿âŁ&#x2DC;ę&#x;&#x20AC;é¨&#x2026;ę¨&#x2020;ä&#x160;źăĄŚćś¸éş&#x152;é ¤ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x2122;§č?&#x203A;⢾ é&#x201C;&#x17E;卲čŻ&#x201D;ć­&#x2039;ęľłĺ Ľă&#x201E;¤ę&#x2DC;Žé¨&#x;朸ĺ &#x2021;é ¤éŻąâ°¨çŤ¤ć&#x2020;&#x2DC;ä&#x161;?ď&#x2DC;šâĄ&#x17D;ĺ&#x192;˝ä¨žč&#x201D;&#x2026;朸 ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;ę&#x;ŚĺŤ˛éŻąę&#x;&#x20AC;ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x203A;łéŻąăş&#x201A;ĺ&#x192;&#x2019;ă&#x20AC;&#x152;â?&#x153;é¸&#x2019;ęŁ&#x2013;ă?ąćś¸ä&#x2022;§ę° ď&#x2DC;ˇ â&#x161;şé&#x160;´ćś¸éżŞä&#x2039;&#x2018;ď&#x2DC;śă&#x2122;šę&#x201D;Šă&#x20AC;łâľ&#x201E;揽â°&#x2014;éŽŚçŽ é¨&#x;ď&#x2DC;šĺ&#x2030;&#x201C;éľ&#x153;ꧪć?­č&#x2013;&#x160;é&#x201C;&#x192;朸 é&#x201A;?ç&#x2C6;&#x161;ă&#x201E;¤ä&#x2018;&#x17E;äš&#x2026;â&#x203A;łéˇˇć ¸ă&#x;&#x17E;â¸&#x2C6;ď&#x2DC;šâĄ&#x17D;ĺ&#x192;˝ć?&#x20AC;â&#x153;Ťç&#x201E;ˇăť&#x153;ă&#x2013;&#x2019;âľ&#x152;麨暥朸 ă&#x2013;&#x2019;ď&#x2DC;šä&#x2019;&#x160;é&#x2122;žä?Ąâ&#x153;˛âŻ&#x201C;䏺é&#x17D;ˇę˝&#x2122;꽢ă&#x2020;&#x17E;ď&#x2DC;šé&#x201D;&#x17E;ę˝&#x2122;꽢ă&#x2020;&#x17E;âľ&#x152;麨暥朸ă&#x2013;&#x2019;ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC; é¸&#x2019;ćżźâ&#x2122;§â&#x2122;´ď&#x2DC;ˇ

Transportation / 交é&#x20AC;&#x161;

Rail é?ľčˇŻ Japan is covered in a rail network that reaches to almost ever y corner of the archipelago. Most are owned and run by the Japan Railway (JR) system and the world famous â&#x20AC;&#x153;Shinkansenâ&#x20AC;? bullet train is of course one of the fastest and most enjoyable forms of land transpor t anywhere â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the distance between Tokyo and Osaka being covered in just 2 hours 30 minutes on the fastest line.

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Japan Rail Pass

Japan Rail Pass allows you to use the whole JR system (including the Shinkansen) but is only sold outside Japan. 29,110 yen gets you a full 7 day ticket (adults) (As of May 2017). JAPAN RAIL PASSî&#x2122;ˇĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľę&#x2DC;Žé¨&#x;ă&#x192;°éş&#x2030;âľ&#x161;î&#x2122;¸ĺ&#x192;˝ă&#x20AC;łâľ&#x201E;揽⺍ă&#x201A;? ĺ&#x20AC;&#x17E;ä&#x17D;?çŽ ćś¸ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľď&#x2C6;Łă&#x2022;&#x153;朸 JRď&#x2DC;šă&#x20AC;Ťĺ&#x2030;¤ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľă&#x2022;&#x153;㢍äŠ&#x17E;ĺ&#x2030;¤éĄ&#x2039;颪ď&#x2DC;š â&#x2122;§ă ?䧭â&#x17E;&#x192; 7 ăŁ&#x201D;ć?&#x20AC; 29,110 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šî&#x2122;ˇ2017 ä&#x17D;&#x192; 5 ĺ&#x2030;˘ć¤?ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;î&#x2122;¸ ď&#x2DC;ˇ Green / çŹ&#x192;é?ż

Ordinary / ĺ&#x2026;&#x153;é¸&#x2019;é?ż

Duration / ĺ&#x2030;¤ä˝Şĺ&#x160;? Adult / 䧭â&#x17E;&#x192; Child / ⯼ç&#x2022;&#x2122; Adult / 䧭â&#x17E;&#x192; Child / ⯼ç&#x2022;&#x2122; 7-day / 7 ăŁ&#x201D;

â&#x2122;śé&#x160;´ęŹ&#x2019;朸ăŁ&#x2013;éľ&#x153;é&#x201E;&#x201E;鎌ę&#x;&#x152;中âľ&#x152;î&#x2122;ˇâ°Śâ&#x17E;Žćś¸éŽŚę&#x;&#x152;揽äŠ&#x203A;䊧ę&#x;&#x161;č&#x17D;&#x2026;ęĄ ę&#x;&#x2014;î&#x2122;¸ ď&#x2DC;ˇéŽŚéĄĽĺ&#x2018;?äş&#x2122;é&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌â°&#x2014;ă &#x20AC;ç˝&#x153;ĺ&#x2030;¤ä¨žâ&#x2122;śă &#x161;ď&#x2DC;šéŽŚéĄťćś¸ë&#x201E;&#x201C;âľ&#x2013;ă&#x192;&#x2021; ç&#x2C6;&#x161;ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;鎌â°&#x2030;é&#x2026;­ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x203A;łă&#x20AC;łä­­âľ&#x152;ä˝?äş&#x2122;ď&#x2DC;ˇă&#x2013;&#x2C6;鿪ä&#x2039;&#x2018;é&#x2026;­ä&#x2013;&#x17D;㢾é&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌ă&#x20AC;ł â&#x;&#x192;揽âĽ&#x152;揽â˝&#x201C;ä˝&#x2026;â&#x17E;°ď&#x2DC;ˇă&#x20AC;łâ˘ŞćŹ˝âĽ&#x152;揽â˝&#x201C;ä˝&#x2026;â&#x17E;°ćś¸é&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;ç&#x2019;­â&#x2122;ł 饌ĺ&#x2030;¤ĺ&#x17E;Śç&#x2C6;&#x161;ď&#x2DC;ˇ

38,880 YEN 19,440 YEN 29,110 YEN 14,550 YEN

14-day / 14 ăŁ&#x201D; 62,950 YEN 31,470 YEN 46,390 YEN 23,190 YEN 21-day / 21 ăŁ&#x201D; 81,870 YEN 40,930 YEN 59,350 YEN 29,670 YEN

For more info, check the Japan Rail Pass website: é&#x2018;Źä&#x17E;&#x2022;é&#x201D;&#x17E;ćş? JAPAN RAIL PASS 朸珪ç&#x2022;&#x20AC;

Getting Around in Tokyo / ć?ąäşŹç&#x161;&#x201E;交é&#x20AC;&#x161;

www.japanrailpass.net

㼜ĺ?&#x201C;갸㚠ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľé¸&#x160;ćŽ&#x2020;â&#x2122;§â?&#x2030;ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;ę&#x;Śćś¸é&#x2018;¨ď&#x2DC;šä˛&#x20AC;čŽ&#x201E;⢪揽 IC â˝&#x201C;ď&#x2DC;ˇ î&#x2122;ˇéŁ&#x2018;â°&#x2026;ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;é&#x160;´â&#x17E;° 500 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šćś¸âĽ&#x192;é&#x2DC;Žę&#x2020;&#x201E;ď&#x2DC;šăź&#x;â˝&#x201C;ĺ¨?韊ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;ď&#x2DC;šâĽ&#x192;é&#x2DC;Žę&#x2020;&#x201E; ĺ&#x2030;&#x161;éˇ&#x17D;韊çŞ?ä?Ąď&#x2DC;ˇî&#x2122;¸ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;✊ç&#x2030;ąĺ Ľĺ&#x20AC;žćś¸é&#x161;Ąă&#x20AC;&#x160;ĺ Ľâ&#x2122;łé?¸äˇŹâ&#x2122;§â&#x2122;´ď&#x2DC;šéş&#x152;饼 ĺ&#x2030;&#x161;ä&#x2013;°â˝&#x201C;â&#x2122;łč?&#x2C6;âš&#x203A;é&#x201E;&#x201E;䊞ă&#x20AC;&#x160;ď&#x2DC;ˇă&#x2013;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šă&#x2013;&#x2019;⟌ Suica ă&#x201E;¤ PASMO â°?ç˝?ę¤&#x2018;â&#x153;Ť JR çŽ ď&#x2DC;śă&#x2013;&#x2019;â&#x2122;´ę&#x2DC;Žď&#x2DC;śâ°Śâ&#x17E;ŽăŁ?éż&#x2C6;â´&#x2022;朸ç&#x152;&#x2122;ę&#x2DC;Žâ&#x203A;&#x201C;㢍ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x203A;ł ă&#x20AC;łäľŠâ&#x203A;¨ä&#x160;źăĄŚď&#x2DC;ˇă&#x2013;&#x2C6;é?˝âą ä?&#x2026;ę&#x17D;Śă&#x201E;¤éż&#x2C6;â´&#x2022;č?&#x2C6;âš&#x203A;éĄ&#x2039;ă&#x2C6;&#x2019;ĺ Ľâ&#x2122;łâ&#x203A;łă&#x20AC;łâ&#x;&#x192; ⥲ć?&#x20AC;ꨜ㜊ę??⺍⢪揽ď&#x2DC;ˇ

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 㼜ĺ?&#x201C;揽ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šĺ &#x2021;éş&#x2030;鎌ç&#x2030;ąćś¸é&#x2018;¨ď&#x2DC;šă&#x20AC;łă&#x2013;&#x2C6;â&#x2122;§ăŁ&#x201D;â°&#x2030;ć?&#x201A;ꣳâľ&#x2013;â&#x203A;¨ă&#x2014;&#x201A; JR âżťă&#x2013;&#x2019;â&#x2122;´ę&#x2DC;Žď&#x2DC;śéżŞć&#x2013;&#x160;ä&#x160;źăĄŚď&#x2DC;šâ&#x2122;§ä&#x201C;šç&#x2030;ą1,590ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;ˇ parts of the cities. To avoid wasting time lining î&#x2122;ˇĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Š23⟌â°&#x2030;î&#x2122;¸ up for tickets and working out how to use the ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šă&#x2013;&#x2019;ę&#x2DC;Žé¸&#x2019;ç&#x2030;ą ă&#x20AC;łâ&#x;&#x192;âľ&#x201E;揽ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šă&#x2013;&#x2019;ę&#x2DC;ŽâżťéżŞć&#x2013;&#x160;ă&#x2013;&#x2019;ę&#x2DC;Žă ?ĺ&#x201C;­çŽ machines in different stations, it is highly rec- é¨&#x;ď&#x2DC;ˇä§­â&#x17E;&#x192; 24 ăź­ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;âľ&#x161; 800 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;š48 ăź­ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;âľ&#x161; 1,200 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;š ommended to purchase pre-paid cards. 72 ăź­ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;âľ&#x161; 1,500 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;ˇ JR ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šä&#x2018;&#x17E;ă&#x161;&#x2013;ă&#x192;°éş&#x2030;âľ&#x161;î&#x2122;ˇJR TOKYO Wide Passî&#x2122;¸ę¤&#x2018;â&#x153;Ť ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šď&#x2DC;šăŁ?ꢝç&#x2DC;&#x17E;ăŁ?鿪ä&#x2039;&#x2018;朸â?&#x153;é¸&#x2019;猺窥é&#x201E;&#x201E;âŻ?â´&#x2022;朸䞎âŞ&#x201D;ď&#x2DC;šăĽś č&#x2026;&#x2039;ă&#x2013;&#x2C6; 3 ăŁ&#x201D;â°&#x2030;â&#x2122;śęŁłĺŚ&#x201E;䞸侊â&#x203A;¨ęĄ ĺ&#x152;&#x152;ă&#x2013;&#x2019;⟌朸ĺ&#x20AC;&#x17E;ä&#x17D;?çŽ ď&#x2DC;ść&#x161;śä&#x2DC;°

Bus 塴壍 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 ever ywhere. We recommend you ask drivers to remind you of where you must disembark prior to setting off.

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⴪鎌朸䭸㚠ä? ä&#x152;?â&#x203A;&#x201C;㢍ď&#x2DC;šéźŠäŞžéť ćŹ˝ç&#x153;&#x2022;ă&#x2022; äť?ăŁ?âľ&#x152;éŚ&#x160;ä&#x2013;&#x2022;ĺź&#x201D; ć&#x201E;Żç&#x2022;&#x20AC;ď&#x2DC;śGALA ĺź&#x201D;ć&#x201E;Żç&#x2022;&#x20AC;ď&#x2DC;ˇâ­&#x2020;ĺ&#x2018;&#x201D;ć?&#x20AC;䧭â&#x17E;&#x192; 10,000 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;šâŻĽ ç&#x2022;&#x2122; 5,000 ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ă&#x2022;Šď&#x2DC;ˇ

Access Network

JR Line JR Narita Express Narita Sky Access Line Keisei Main Line Keikyu Line Tokyo Monorail Limousine Bus

Shibuya Nishi-magome

Hamamatsucho Ofuna

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Haneda Airport International Terminal YCAT Yokohama City Air Terminal

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Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport Terminal 1

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TCAT Tokyo City Air Terminal

Shimbashi

Narita Airport

Narita Airport

Toei Asakusa Line

Airport Terminal 2

Tourist Information

If planning to stay in Japan for a longer period IC cards are recommended. (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. The card can also be used as electronic money for shopping at registered shops and some vending machines.

Japanese taxis can be found at the exit to ever y train station in the countr y or alternatively hailed on the streets. The red sign visible through the windshield of the car: â&#x20AC;&#x153;ç&#x2018;&#x17E;鎌â&#x20AC;? (kusha) means it is vacant and available for hire but when the sign reads â&#x20AC;&#x153;饹鼼â&#x20AC;? (chinso), it is Tokyo One-Day Free Ticket (Tokyo Furii Kippu) unavailable. The back door on the left side will î&#x2122;ˇĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?¨â&#x20AC;ŤŮ&#x201D;Řżâ&#x20AC;ŹŮŚÖšâ&#x20AC;Ť×Ł×?â&#x20AC;Źî&#x2122;¸is available for use on JR open and close automatically so be careful lines (inside Tokyoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 23 cities), subways, and not to stand too close! (All the other doors are the Toei Bus service for one whole day â&#x20AC;&#x201C; endoperated manually) Rates var y depending on ing at midnight â&#x20AC;&#x201C; at a charge of 1,590 yen. the taxi company. The rate system is shown in- Tokyo Subway Ticket is available for use side the taxi and receipts can be issued. In ur- on Tokyo Metro and Toei Metro subway lines. ban areas, you can usually pay by credit card. Prices for adults are 800 yen (24 hours), 1,200 If credit cards are accepted, a taxi has a stick- yen (48 hours), and 1,500 yen (72 hours). er showing this on the window. JR TOKYO Wide Pass is valid for three days and good for unlimited rides using reser ved ę¤&#x2018;â&#x153;Ťă&#x20AC;łäľŠâ&#x203A;¨ç&#x2DC;&#x17E;⌏ă&#x2013;&#x2C6;鎌ç&#x2022;&#x20AC;⾚朸é&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌㢍ď&#x2DC;šă&#x2013;&#x2C6;é¨&#x;â&#x2122;łâ&#x203A;łă&#x20AC;łă&#x20AC;­ seats on ordinary cars on Shinkansen and exâľ&#x152;é&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌ď&#x2DC;ˇé&#x17D;&#x2122;ç&#x17D;&#x2018;鎌č&#x2026;&#x2039;â&#x2122;śč&#x2026;&#x2039;侊â&#x203A;¨ď&#x2DC;šă&#x20AC;łčŻ&#x201D;ć­&#x2039;鎌ç&#x2019;­âľšéż&#x2C6;â´&#x2022;朸 press trains in the Kanto area. The service is é&#x201A;?ç&#x2C6;&#x161;⢾ⴟĺ&#x20AC;Źď&#x2DC;ˇęł?ç&#x2C6;&#x161;Őšç&#x2018; 鎌պ朸ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;⌏ď&#x2DC;šé&#x201A;?ç&#x2C6;&#x161;ć?&#x201A;â&#x17E;&#x192;â&#x203A;¨ă&#x2014;&#x201A;ď&#x2DC;šă&#x20AC;ł now extended to Echigo-Yuzawa Station and 侊â&#x203A;¨ď&#x2DC;ˇâ´&#x20AC;ć¤?՚饲鼼պĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC;é&#x201A;?ç&#x2C6;&#x161;ä&#x160;şçŤ¤ĺ&#x2030;¤â´˝ćś¸â&#x203A;¨ăš?侊â&#x203A;¨â&#x153;Ťď&#x2DC;ˇéŽŚ GALA Yuzawa Station. Prices are 10,000 yen 㜊ä&#x160;Šä&#x2013;&#x2022;ĺ&#x20AC;°ćś¸éŽŚę&#x;&#x152;ĺ&#x2030;&#x161;č?&#x2C6;âš&#x203A;䊧ę&#x;&#x161;č&#x17D;&#x2026;ꥠę&#x;&#x2014;ď&#x2DC;šä¨žâ&#x;&#x192;é&#x160;´ĺ˛¤ä &#x2018;â&#x2122;§â&#x2122;´ (Adults), and 5,000 yen (Children).

ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľćś¸ę&#x2DC;Žé¨&#x;珪暹掚朎麨ď&#x2DC;šä&#x2013;°ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľă&#x2022;&#x153;â°&#x2030;âľ&#x152;ă ?č´&#x2013;ä&#x17D;&#x2122;â&#x203A;&#x2013;âľ&#x201E;揽 ę&#x2DC;Žé¨&#x;ă&#x20AC;łâľ&#x152;麨ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x161;şé&#x160;´ĺ&#x2030;¤ JRî&#x2122;ˇJapan Railway Co., Ltd., ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6; ĺ&#x160;Ľĺ &#x2021;ăš?ę&#x2DC;Žé¨&#x;î&#x2122;¸éş&#x152;é ¤čĄ˝ď&#x2DC;šă&#x2013;&#x2C6;é¸?掚â&#x161;ĽčŻ&#x201D;ć­&#x2039;â&#x161;&#x2020;ć­˛â&#x2122;łâ&#x203A;łä&#x2013;&#x17D;ĺ&#x2030;¤ă ? 朸՚ĺ&#x20AC;&#x17E;ä&#x17D;?çŽ Őşâ&#x203A;&#x201C;ç?ľâš&#x203A;ď&#x2DC;šâ&#x2122;§ăš ĺ&#x2030;&#x161;ĺ&#x192;˝ĺ&#x201A;&#x2C6;ĺ&#x160;Ľĺ &#x2021;é ¤â&#x161;Ľĺ&#x2030;&#x201C;⽍é&#x;?ĺš&#x20AC;⾠朸ĺ´&#x17E;âš&#x203A;â&#x203A;&#x201C;â&#x2122;§ď&#x2DC;ˇĺ&#x152;&#x152;â?Šâľ&#x152;ăŁ?ꢝę&#x;Śĺ&#x2030;&#x201C;ä&#x2DC;°ć?&#x20AC; 2 ăź­ĺ&#x201E;&#x2DC; 30 â´&#x2022;ę&#x2014;ťď&#x2DC;ˇ

Type / 겳ă&#x2DC;&#x2014;

Transportation Cards / Useful Tickets 交é&#x20AC;&#x161;ĺ?Ą / ĺ&#x2C6;&#x2019;çŽ&#x2014;ç&#x161;&#x201E;缨ĺ&#x2C6;¸

Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport Terminal 2

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TOURIST INFORMATION Transportation Cards/Useful Tickets 交通卡 / 划算的票券

In the Kansai (Osaka) area ICOCA or PiTaPa is available IC cards similar to Suica / PASMO.

Kansai Area Pass is valid for unlimited travel using ordinary non-reserved seats of JR-WEST local and rapid trains in the defined “Free Area.” Prices for adults are 2,300 yen (1-day), 4,500 yen (2-days), 5,500 yen (3-days), and 6,500 yen (4-days) when purchasing in Japan. When purchasing in other countries, prices are 2,200 yen (1-day), 4,300 yen (2-days), 5,300 yen (3-days), and 6,300 yen (4-days).

KINTETSU RAIL PASS offers unlimited rides on all Kintetsu Railway lines for five days. Fares to Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Ise-Shima, and Nagoya are for a bargain. Price: 3,600 yen for adults when purchased outside Japan / 3,800 yen for adults purchased in Japan. Validity: To be used by Oct. 31, 2017. 㖈ꡠ銯㣐ꢻ㖒⼦剤 ICOCA ㄤ PiTaPa Ⰽ珏 IC ⽓䪐怵 衽騈 Suica / PASMO ず垺涸錬蒀 ⢪欽ꡠ銯㖒⼦꘮騟ヰ麉ⵚ〳ⵄ欽㖈荈歋⼦㚖Ⰹ涸 JR 兜鸒⴪鮦わ䘰鸠⴪鮦涸兜鸒鮦荈歋䌏ꦑ䠑♳♴ 鮦㖈傈劥飑顠儘䧭➃⭆呔捀 1 傈欽 2,300 傈㕩 2 傈欽 4,500 傈㕩3 傈欽 5,500 傈㕩4 傈欽 6,500 傈㕩㖈傈劥㕜㢫飑顠儘䧭➃⭆呔捀 1 傈欽 2,200 傈㕩2 傈欽 4,300 傈㕩3 傈欽 5,300 傈㕩4 傈欽 6,300 傈㕩

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Money Exchange 兌換 Exchanging non-Japanese currency for yen can be carried out at international airpor ts, and most major banks. At the airpor ts, exchanging Japanese yen into foreign currency is also possible. At “World Currency Shop,” even after banks close their doors, it is possible to exchange later in the day. 㖈堥㜥䧴僽鿪䋑ꋓ遤〳⯛䳖傈䍤㖈堥㜥⛳〳㼟傈㕩 ⱄ⯛䳖㔐㢫䍤㖈չWorld Currency Shopպ⽰⢪馄麕 ꋓ遤涸斊噠儘꟦⛳鳵椚⯛䳖噠⹡

ATMs You can withdraw Japanese yen from ATMs of some banks with credit cards or cash cards which were issued outside Japan. 剤❉ꋓ遤涸䲿妵堥〳⟃欽㕜㢫涮遤涸⥌欽⽓䧴䲿妵 ⽓䲿걆傈䍤

KDDI Super World Card

www.001.kddi.com/en/lineup/ with-guidance/swc/ NTT Communications World Pre-paid Card

506506.ntt.com/english/service/p_card/ Brastel International Calling Service ⽈剽䙼暶宕䛎兰䢵㕜ꥹꨶ鑨

www.brastel.com/pages/eng/home/

Free Wi-Fi Service / 免費Wi-Fi服務 Japan Connected-free Wi-Fi

Japan Post Bank

www.jp-bank.japanpost.jp/en/ias/ en_ias_index.html

NTT East FREE WI-FI Japan

SEVEN BANK

www.sevenbank.co.jp/intlcard/index2.html AEON BANK

www.aeonbank.co.jp/atm/

Japanese coin & paper currency in circulation

By presenting your passport at designated locations, you can receive a card with an ID and password required for Wi-Fi Internet access. (More than 45,000 locations throughout the eastern Japan area.)

FREESPOT Registration with your email address is required only the first time when you request access. (About 1,000 locations in Tokyo.) Japan Connected-free Wi-Fi

〫꨾♴鯺鸏⦐鮿⟝⽰〳㖈⚺銴涸堥㜥鮦畀假麉 兞럊⤑ⵄ䏅瘞❧「⯝顥涸 Wi-Fi 剪⹡ 2017 䎃 8 剢 儘傈劥㕜剤馄麕 16 蠝⦐攨럊

Money / 貨幣

假遤佅牱〳㖈䖎㢵㹻ꋓ遤䳖ꐏ罜⚂㣐鿪䋑涸궤䏅 䧴假긭㉂䏅⛳〳⢪欽⥌欽⽓ꧪ搭⥌欽⽓㖈㙹䋑

㖈傈劥㕜Ⰹ涸ぐ⦐㖒倰鏤縨剤ⰗⰟꨶ鑨〳⢪欽㕜 Ⰹ㕜ꥹꨶ鑨涸剪⹡⢪欽 10 傈㕩100 傈㕩涸炽䍤 䧴罏僽ꨶ鑨⽓㖈⤑ⵄ㉂䏅瘞顋颪剤 500 傈㕩䧴 僽 1,000 傈㕩 蕰銴丸䩧㕜ꥹꨶ鑨⛳〳⟃⢪欽ꨶ 鑨⽓꣮⡜鸒鑨顥

By registering with this app, you can enjoy free Wi-Fi at major airport, stations, tourist spots, convenience stores, etc. (Over 160,000 locations throughout Japan as of Aug. 2017.)

KINTETSU RAIL PASS 僽腋㣁㖈 5 㣔Ⰹ荈歋⛨㗂鵜 ꘮箁涸ヰ麉ⵚ⵹䖃㣐ꢻ㣾葻❩鿪⟻⹴䘋䷒⟃ ⿻そ〢㾋湱殹ざ皿㖈傈劥㕜㢫飑顠儘䧭➃⭆呔捀 3,600 傈㕩㖈傈劥飑顠儘捀 3,800 傈㕩⢪欽劍ꣳ 荛 2017 䎃 10 剢 31 傈

You can cash traveler’s checks at many banks. Traveler’s checks can also be used at hotels, r yokan 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.

you use a calling card when you make an international call, it can reduce your calling rate.

NTT 匌傈劥⯝顥 Wi-Fi

Telephone Service / 電話 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 1,000 yen. If

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Tourist Information

Getting Around in Osaka / 關西的交通


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

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

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

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 Number 25-A005)

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

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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

Oku 尾久

to Toneri

uko

Chuo Line Suidobashi Okachimachi 御徒町 水道橋

Ueno Park

Ueno P33-MAP9

Line

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Minowabashi 三ノ輪橋

to Abiko

Sumidagawa River

Minami-Senju 南千住

Tsukuba

Ushida 牛田 Keisei Sekiya 京成関屋 to

to Chuo-rinkan

Nagatsuta 長津田

Nakayama 中山

Tokaichiba 十日市場

to Odawara

Yokohama Line

Kamoi 鴨居

Higashi-Kanagawa Yokohama 東神奈川 横浜 Yokohama Station P32-MAP15

Kozukue 小机

Shin-Yokohama 新横浜

Kikuna 菊名

Shin-Koyasu 新子安

Oguchi 大口

Kokudo 国道

川崎新町

Musashi-Shiraishi 武蔵白石 Anzen 安善

Ogimachi 扇町

Showa 昭和

Hama-Kawasaki 浜川崎

Lin e

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

Kawasakishimmachi Keikyu Dais hi Line

Keikyu-Kawasaki 京急川崎

Hatchonawate 八丁畷

To ky u

Tsurumiono 鶴見小野

Tsurumi 鶴見

Higashi-Nakano 東中野 Okubo 大久保

Lin e

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to Narita Airport

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

Tobu Kameido Line

Oshiage (SKYTREE) 押上(スカイツリー前)

Hikifune 曳船 Asakusa TOKYO SKYTREE 浅草 東京スカイツリー

Haneda Airport Terminal 1 羽田空港第1ビル

Uguisudani 鶯谷 Asakusa P33-MAP6 Ueno 上野

Mikawashima 三河島

Toden Arakaw a

Kumanomae 熊野前

Nippori-toneri Liner

Komagome Tabata 駒込 Sugamo 田端 巣鴨 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 P32-MAP13

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 e

Asakusabashi Akihabara 浅草橋 P33-MAP8 Ichigaya Ochanomizu Iidabashi Akihabara 市ヶ谷 御茶ノ水 飯田橋 秋葉原 Ryogoku Kinshicho Kameido Yotsuya Kanda Shinjuku Bakurocho 両国 錦糸町 亀戸 四ッ谷 神田 Marunouchi/ Shinanomachi 新宿 馬喰町 Ryogoku Meidaimae Imperial Shimo-takaido 信濃町 Shin-Nihombashi Sendagaya P33-MAP7 e to Chitose-karasuyama Keio Line Palace 明大前 下高井戸 新日本橋 u Lin 千駄ヶ谷 Fuchu Sob 千歳烏山 P33-MAP10 Shinjuku Etchujima Yurakucho P34-MAP1 Yoyogi Tokyo Hatchobori 越中島 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 P34-MAP4 Harajuku 潮見 Ginza Hamamatsucho Toyosu e Inaginaganuma P34-MAP2 P33-MAP11 Kei yu Lin Kyodo k 浜松町 a 豊洲 o d 稲城長沼 O Ino Shibuya Shibuya 経堂 kas Yanokuchi hira 渋谷 Seijogakuenmae Yurikamome Line P34-MAP3 L Tamachi i n 矢野口 成城学園前 e 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 P34-MAP5 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 hi Hashimoto Noborito Daiba Shinagawa tos 目黒 en Gakugei-daigaku 登戸 n Shukugawara 台場 品川 De Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon u 学芸大学 宿河原 Gotanda ky Futako-tamagawa Musashi-koyama 国際展示場正門 To 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 Karakida Kuji 大崎 自由が丘 Tokyo Teleport Ookayama 津田山 Odaiba Tamagawa 久地 東京テレポート Shin-Yurigaoka Hatanodai Odakyu 大岡山 Tokyu P32-MAP12 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 Machida 西大井 Tok gami Tamagawa nsen Ike Tokyo Port Omori 多摩川 ido Shinka ka To Odakyu 大森 Musashi-Nakahara Tama-plaza 東京港 ne Li ka Odawara Line Yokosu 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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HOT SPRINGS

Harazuru Onsen

Sendai

原鶴溫泉

“Double beauty effective water” hot springs on the riverside of the Chikugo River

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Nagoya Osaka

Tokyo

沿著筑後川河岸的「雙美肌之湯」溫泉

①The hot spring town is along the Chikugo River ②“Double beauty effective water” hot springs ③Popular “Jungle Bath” with lush green surroundings at Ryokan Taisenkaku ④Kuromon gate and autumn leaves of Akizuki Castle ruins

①沿著筑後川河岸延伸的溫泉街 ②「雙美肌之湯」溫泉 ③旅館泰仙閣廣受好評的綠意盎然叢林浴池 ④秋月城址的黑門與紅葉

Harazuru Onsen is located on the border of Fukuoka and Oita prefectures in Kyushu, facing the Chikugo River, the largest river in Kyushu with a total length of 143 km starting from its source on Mt. Aso. The onsen is considered to have been found more than 135 years ago, and there are several stories regarding the discovery of the original hot spring. One is that on a snowy day, there was a place not covered with snow, and the place was found to be a hot spring. Another is that after an injured crane soaked in a water pool it was cured and flew off, and the pool turned out to be a hot spring. The water is well known as “double beauty effective water” because it is mildly alkaline with sulfur, which has an effect of removing old, dead skin cells as well as a whitening effect. From May to October every year, cormorant fishing is held on the Chikugo River and you can see it from a boat while eating delicious food. Fruit picking, such as grapes, persimmons and other seasonal fruits is also available. A triple waterwheel in Hishino is a very rare sight in all of Japan. Akizuki is a place where an old castle town atmosphere still remains. You can tour around the main historical spots in about one hour or so on foot. Akizuki is famous for cherry blossoms in spring and autumn leaves, but visiting in the quieter seasons of summer or winter is also recommended. Surrounded by mountains, the town is dotted with old samurai residences with nagayamon gates (tenement houses with a gate), and earthen walls, and Japanese original countryside scenery still remains.

原鶴溫泉位於九州的福岡縣與大分縣 交界,是朝向筑後川的溫泉街。而筑後川 正是以阿蘇山為源頭,流域 143 公里的九 州第一大河。發現溫泉的由來眾說紛紜, 傳聞是「雪天在外,發現了沒有積雪的地 方,前去一看竟是溫泉」 ,也有說法是「受 傷的鶴在水池裡浸泡後即痊癒,鶴飛走後 才發現水池其實是溫泉」 ,無論如何,似乎

交通 羽田機場(東京)→搭乘飛機 1 小時 50 分鐘→福岡機場 →搭乘地鐵 5 分鐘→博多站→搭乘 JR 鹿兒島本線 40 分 鐘→久留米站→搭乘久大本線普通車 40 分鐘→筑後吉 井站→開車 10 分鐘→原鶴溫泉

與美白的雙重效果,被稱為「雙美肌之湯」 。 每年 5 月∼ 10 月期間,在筑後川有鸕 鶿捕魚的活動,民眾可在屋形船上觀賞鸕

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一面享受美食,可謂風雅別緻。還可體驗

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採葡萄、摘柿子等採收四季水果的活動。

Harazuruonsen Ryokan-Kyodo-kumiai (Harazuru Onsen Ryokan Association)

菱野的三連水車在日本全國都很罕見。而 秋月是保留了城下町風情的地區,主要的 歷史景點大約 1 小時便可徒步遊覽完畢。 這裡雖是欣賞櫻花、紅葉的名勝景點,但 趁淡季期間的夏天或冬天到訪,也是不錯 的選擇。群山環繞的田園風景中,還有幾 道古代武家宅邸的長屋大門與土牆點綴其 間,日本的聚落山林等古老風景依舊可見。 The triple waterwheel in Hishino

nient for visiting nearby sightseeing spots, including Akizuki and Asakura. 觸感黏稠的弱鹼性溫泉,具有去除老廢角質的效果,硫磺成分也有美白的功效。鄰近秋月與

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※ 所需時間僅供參考。可能因當下的交通狀況有所變動。

鶿捕捉天然香魚的模樣。一面乘船遊覽,

the sulfur component has a whitening effect. The hot spring town is also conve-

朝倉等觀光景點也是其魅力所在。

*Access time is approximated and may change depending on traffic and other conditions.

是於 135 年前,甚至更早之前發現的。溫泉

The alkaline water with a soft texture is effective in removing old, dead skin and

編者語

Haneda Airport (Tokyo) → 1 hr 50 min by plane → Fukuoka Airport → 5 min by subway → Hakata Sta. → 40 min by train on the JR Kagoshima Line → Kurume Sta. → 40 min by local train on the Kyudai Line → Chikugo-Yoshii Sta. → 10 min by car → Harazuru Onsen

中含有硫磺,呈弱鹼性,具有去除老廢角質

菱野的三連水車

From Editor

Access

原鶴溫泉旅館協同組合

URL: /www.harazuru.jp/ (Japanese version only)


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Suzaki Park

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Hotel Okura Fukuoka

Ark Hotel Hakata Royal

Kuko Line

Reisen Park Nakasu Kawabata Sta.

IP Hotel Fukuoka

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Nishitetsu Inn Fukuoka

Nagoya Lucent Tower Hotel Sunroute Nagoya

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Hotel Associa Nagoya Terminal Royal Park Inn Nagoya

Fushimi-dori

Marunouchi Sta. Sakura-dori Bank of Matsuzakaya Japan Sakura-dori Line Dept. Dainogoya Bldg. Takashimaya Hotel Kokusai Center Sta. Dept. Castle Plaza Nagoya BIC Camera Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel Sta. Higashiyama Line 名古屋駅 MIDLAMD Meitetsu SQUARE Meitetsu Nishiki-dori Dept. New Grand Fushimi Sta. Kintetsu Pass’e Hotel Meitetsu Grand Hotel Nagoya Kanko Hotel Hirokoji-dori YAMADA DENKI Taiko-dori Richmond Hotel Hilton NagoyaMisonoza Nagoya Nayabashi

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Nishi 4-chome Hotel Okura Sapporo

Tokyu Hands Hotel Sunroute New Sapporo Apa Hotel Sapporo St. Arche Chuo-Kuyakusho-mae ji Shopping Tanukiko

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Mitsui Urban Hotel Nagoya

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Tozai Line

Nijo-ichiba Sapporo Tobu Hotel

Tanuki koji

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Hotel Ronshan Sapporo Hosui Susukino Sta.

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Fushimi Sta.

Isemach i-dori

Clock Tower City Office

Odori Park

Municipal Streetcar

Sapporo Factory

New Otani Inn Sapporo Hotel Montrey Edelhof United Cinema Sapporo

Hotel Hokke Club Sapporo

Sapporo Grand Hotel Tonan Hospital Sapporo TV Chuo Police Station

ANA Hotel Sapporo

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Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo

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Hotel Montrey Sapporo

Takaoka Sta.

Hisaya-odori Sta.

Nagoya Plaza Inn

Tenmacho-dori

Uramonzenmachi-dori

Century Royal Hotel

JR Tower BIC Camera

Bank of Japan

Honmachi-dori

Daimaru Dept.

Tokyo Dome Hotel Sapporo

JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo

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Sakura-dori Line

Monzenmach i-dori

Sapporo Sta. Yodobashi Camera

Nagoya Marunouchi Tokyu Inn dori Marunouchi Sta. Sakura-

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Hokkaido Univ.

Botanical Garden of Hokkaido Univ.

Nagoya Marunouchi Tokyu Inn

Nagoya International Center

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Daiei Shoppers Fukuoka Mina Tenjin

Aichi Prefectural Library

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Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting

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Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

Noritake Museum Noritake Garden Craft Center Sotobori-dori

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Sho wa -do ri

Fukuoka Museum of Art

Meijo Line

Kamimaezu Sta.

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Internatonal Center Sta. Omachi Nishi-koen Sta.

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Sendai Sta.

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Tozai Line

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Itsutsu-bashi Sta.

Hiroshima High Court

Toyoko Inn Shukkeien Garden

Hiroshima Prefectual Art Museum

Hiroshima Museum of Art

Hirose-dori Sta.

Tohoku Univ. Zuiho-ji Temple

Hiroshima Castle

Hiroshima Green Arena

JR Tohoku Shinkansen

Aoba Castle

Chuo Park

Rihga Royal Hotel Hiroshima SOGO A-Bomb Dome

Via Inn Hiroshima

Kencho-mae Sta.

JAL City Hiroshima

Hiroshima Prefectural Office

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Yokohama VIVRE Kokusai Hotel Daiei

Yokohama Bay Quarter Takashima Suisaisen Park

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Marui City

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Shin-takashima Sta. Yokohama Anpanman Children’s Museum & Mall

Nissan Yokohama Bldg.

Shi n-Y oko ham a-d ori

Hiranumabashi Sta.

Super Autobacs

Keikyu Line

Takashimacho Sta.

Marinos Town Minato Mirai Line

Museum of Maritime Science

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Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu

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Kishamichi Promnade

Yokohama No. 2 Joint Government Office 桜木町駅 Yokohama Sakuragicho Sakuragicho Sta. Washington Hotel Bashamichi Sta. Bas ham ichi

Kanagawa Pref. Museum of Cultural History

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Akarenga Soko)

Ben ten -do ri

Zoshigaya Cemetery

Zoshigaya Sta. Kishibojim mae Sta.

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Azamino

Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line

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Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Akaremga Soko)

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Yokohama Cosmo World

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Shuto Expressway

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Shiokaze Park Fune-no-kagakukan Sta.

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Minatomirai Sports Park

Yokohama Plaza Hotel

Rinkai Line

Ariake Tennis no mori Park Kokusai-tenjijo Sta.

Ariake Sports Center

Meiji-do ri

Hotel Plumm

Ariake Collosseum

Odaiba-Kaihinkoen Park

Yodobashi Camera More’s Tokyu Hands Tourist Information Center

Hotel Camelot Japan

Rainbow Promenade

Daiba Park

Kanagawa Sta.

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Kawasaki Kikuna

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JR Tokaido, Yokosuka, Shonan-Shinjuku Line Sotetsu Izumino Line

Sakuragicho Kannai

Minarto Mirai Line

Motomachi -Chukagai

Keikyu Line

Kamiooka Shonandai

JR Negishi (Keihin-Tohoku) Line

Totsuka

Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line

Shin-Sugita

Odakyu Enoshima Line Seaside Line

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JR Tokaido Line Enoden Line

Katase-Enoshima

JR Yokosuka Line

Kita-Kamakura Kanazawahakkei Kamakura Zushi Shin-Zushi

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6. Asakusa 浅草 Kita-senju JR Lines

Sakura Hostel

Ueno-no-mori (Ueno Royal) Museumu Benten-do Shrine

Ameyoko S hopping St.

Suehiro Engeijo Theater

Hibiya Line

Taito City Office

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Asakusa Entertainment Hall

Ginza Line

Marui City

Rox Bldg.

Umamic hi-dori

Asakusa Public Hall

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Ueno

Kaminarim on-dori

Hotel Sunroute Asakusa

Tawaramachi Sta. Ueno-hirokoji Sta.

Denpoin-dori

Rox 3

Rox 2

Inaricho Sta.

Shitaya Shrine

Sensoji Kindergarten Benten-do

Denpo-in Temple

Tsukuba Express

Ueno Police Station

Ueno Sta.

Keisei Ueno Sta.

Shitamachi Museum

Asakusa Tourist Information Center

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Asakusa Sta.

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Kita-senju Asakusa Sta.

Ginza Line

Show a-do ri

Tawaramachi Sta. Ginza Line

Komagata Bridge

Shin-okachimachi Kuramae Sta.

Kuramae Sta.

Umaya Bridge

Asahi Breweries Ltd.

Toei Asakusa Line Sumida Industry and Tourism Honjo-azumabashi Sta. Information Center Sumida City Point

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Toei Oedo Line

Asakusabashi Kuramae Bridge

Oyokogawa Shinsui Park

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Asakusabashi Ryogoku Tourist Information Center

Azuma Bridge

Asakusa Sta.

JR Sobu Line Keiyo-doro

Ryogoku Sta.

JR Lines

Suehirocho Sta. Chiyoda Line Ginza Line

Asahi Shimbun

Shiodome Tokyo Shiodome Bldg. Sta. Conrad Hotel Shiodome Sumitomo Bldg. Hamarikyu Teien (Gardens) Tsukiji River Villa Fontane

Toei Oedo Line

Chuo-dori

Tsukuba Express

Akihabara UDX Bldg.

Fuji Soft Bldg.

Akihabara Cross Field

Kandamyojin-dori

JR Sobu Line

Juraku

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Shohei-bashi Bridge

Soto bori -do ri

Caretta Shiodome

Tsukijishijo Sta.

Sh inoh ash i-d ori

Shimbashi Shiodome Sta. City Center

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National Museum of Western Art

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National Museum of Nature and Science

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Ueno Zoo

Asakusa View Hotel

Nakamise Shopping St.

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

Hanayashiki Amusement Park

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Tokyo National Museum

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Keisei Line

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att.JAPAN Issue 82  

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