Mushi Tech World / ムシテックワールド
Mushi Tech World is a spot where you can meet the wonders of nature and the fun of science. There are many exhibits that you can play and learn in the hall, such as “SUKAGAWA Flight Academy” where you can experience flying in the cockpit just like a real thing, and “Why not Land” where you can observe the natural world from an insect point of view. You can enjoy powerful images and science shows on the science stage. There are also facilities for participatory programs such as crafts and scientific experiments, and numerous events are held every month.
Atomic Bomb Dome/ 原爆ドーム
The blowout brick building "Hiroshima Industry Promotion Center" was almost totally bombed and destroyed, but it was completely destroyed. In the wake of the diligence of Hiroko Kuwayama who died of the aftereffects of the A-bomb, the "A-bomb dome" is to be preserved as a precious building that conveys the A-bomb experience, leaving the figure of the time. While conveying the power and misery of the atomic bomb to the present, we are calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons and the perpetual peace of the world. It was registered as a World Cultural Heritage site as a building that conveys the disastrous of nuclear weapons at the 20th World Heritage Committee's Merida meeting in UNESCO in December 1996. ※ In addition, you can not go inside the atomic bomb dome. It is not a facility where you can enter, so it will be a tour from the outside.
HERB WORLD AKITA/ハーブワールドAKITA
About 250 seeds of the world's herbs are grown in a 20,000 m2 garden area. If you walk a nice alley, there are surely new discoveries.How about taking a deep breath?
Mizuki Shigeru Road / 水木しげるロード
Sakaiminato famous as "the town of youkai" in the birthplace of Shigeru Mizuki, the parent of Gegege no Kitaro.The center of the "Yokai Town" is the Mizuki Shigeru Road, which includes 177 monster bronze statues, shops, stations and police stations, as well as outdoor lights and parks.
Entsūin Temple / 円通院
Entsuin is a temple in the Rinzai Soshinji school.It is located in Matsushima-cho, Miyagi Prefecture, one of the three scenic spots in Japan. It is surrounded by quiet and solemn places such as National Treasure Temple and Five Great Halls.In addition, it is considered as the first billet place of Sanriku Sanjusan Kannon Reijo.
五稜郭タワー / Goryokaku Tower
Goryokaku Tower, the first tower (height 60 m) in December 1964 (1964) commemorates the 100th year of Goryokaku CastleIt was built. Through the eyes of citizens and tourists, the old tower has been popular for 41 years,By committing the new tower, I commissioned the mission to the new tower, and it was dismantled in June 2006 (2006).The new tower (2nd generation) which opened on April 1, 2006 is a height of 107 m (lightning rod).It is far from the observation deck that Mt. Hakodate, the Tsugaru Strait, the mountain ranges of the Yokozima mountain range, and the special historic site Goryokaku earth shining starsYou can see the view.On the observation deck you can see the bottom of the exhibition space "Goryokaku History Corridor" where you can learn about Goryokaku's history and the floor of tempered glassThere are "see-through floor", "shop" and "cafe stand".In the new tower the building itself expresses commitment to Goryokaku.The observation deck adopts a pentagon, the cross section of the tower body also adopts a star shape, thoroughly using the motif of Goryokaku and star.
淡路島モンキーセンター / Awaji-shima Monkey Center
Name: Awajishima Monkey CenterAddress: Hyogo Prefecture Sumoto Hatadagumi 289Access: about 40 minutes from Kobe Awaji Island motorway Seidan Mihara ICHours: 9:30 to 17:00Closed: ThursdayPhone number: 0799-29-0112Rates: Adults 600 yen, children 300 yenDuration: 60 minutes
京都御所 / The Kyoto Imperial Palace
The Kyoto Imperial Palace (京都御所 Kyoto-gosho) is the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan. The emperors have resided at the Tokyo Imperial Palace since 1869 (Meiji Restoration); the preservation of the Kyoto Imperial Palace was ordered in 1877. Today the grounds are open to the public, and the Imperial Household Agency hosts public tours of the buildings several times a day.The Kyoto Imperial Palace is the latest of the imperial palaces built at or near its site in the north-eastern part of the old capital of Heiankyo after the abandonment of the larger original Heian Palace (大内裏 Dai-dairi) that was located to the west of the current palace during the Heian Period. The Palace lost much of its function at the time of the Meiji Restoration, when the capital functions were moved to Tokyo in 1869. However, the Taisho and Showa Emperors still had their coronation ceremonies at the palace.