Abukuma-do / あぶくま洞
The beauty of nature, created over a period of about 80 million years. In the cave of 600m in length, a stave cave that is followed by stalactites, which is said to be the best in the world in terms of type and number. The various beauty shapes that ground water that drips and drops creates by its own lytic action are each named and attract visitors. There are many highlights such as the largest hole in the cave, Takine Goten, and the world of the moon, where a dimming system for stage performance was introduced for the first time in the caves of Japan. Come on, please enjoy plenty of mysterious and moving ground fantasy.
Kurobe Gorge Railway / 黒部峡谷鉄道
Originally a railway for material transportation for the development of the Kurobe River power supply by Nippon Electric Power Co., Ltd., Japan Electric Power Co., Ltd., once it handled passengers for convenience, and there was a notice that life tickets were not guaranteed. In Japan, a trolley train (official nicknamed "trolley train") is operated on a railway line with a special narrow gauge with a 762mm gauge. Therefore, the vehicle dimensions are small, the main locomotive EDM / EHR type is 6900mm in length, 1662mm in width, 2730mm in height, usually called B type, 56 type 1000 passenger cars with a total length of 7060mm and 1660mm in width The height is 2250mm. Locomotives are usually operated in a two-car train. For these reasons, passenger trains are still operated by electric locomotive tow trains.
Shogawa Water Memorial Park / 庄川水記念公園
The Shogawa Special Product Hall, Shogawa Wood Plaza, and Shogawa Fureai Plaza are located in the park as base facilities for sightseeing such as display and sale of traditional crafts and special products. The Shogawakyo Cherry Blossom Festival, Shogawa Woodworking Festival in spring, the Shogawa Water Festival in summer, and the Shogawa Yuzu Festival in autumn. Every year on January 7th, the shrine of Kanaya-Shinmeigu Shrine, who faces a difficult year on the promenade in the park, conducts the “release of trouble-free shrines”, so the “Tsumagoi no Miya” in the park grants love to the fox and makes love It is a power spot.
Miharashi Hill Aisai Square / みはらしの丘あいさい広場
Go south on Route 55 towards Anan City, go through the Akaishi Tunnel in Komatsushima City, and immediately on the hill above the hill on the upper right.It was opened in March 2006 in the largest industrial city of Shikoku, Japan.The store, which has seasonal vegetables, has a wide aisle where you can relax and have a space where you can take a break.With a large selection of fresh, safe and secure products throughout the year, this is a large food station where people gather.
国立新美術館 / Kokuritsu Shin-Bijutsukan
The National Art Center, Tokyo (国立新美術館 Kokuritsu Shin-Bijutsukan) (NACT) is a museum in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. A joint project of the Agency for Cultural Affairs and the National Museums Independent Administrative Institution, it stands on a site formerly occupied by a research facility of the University of Tokyo. The architect for the museum was Kisho Kurokawa. The facility has 47,960 m² of floor space on a 30,000 m² site with four stories above ground and one below. Access is from Nogizaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. Unlike Japan's other national art museums, NACT is an "empty museum", without a collection, permanent display, and curators. Like Kunsthalle in German-speaking regions, it accommodates temporary exhibitions sponsored and curated by other organizations. The policy has been successful. In its first fiscal year in 2007, it had 69 exhibitions organized by arts groups and 10 organized by NACT. Its Monet exhibition, held between 7 April and 2 July 2007, was the second most visited exhibition of the year, not only in Japan but in the world.
Hotokuyama Inari Shrine / 宝徳山稲荷大社
Hotokuyama Inari Taisha is a shrine in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture. The shrine and the torii gate are large with a special paint finish made of steel pipe, and have a shrine on the top of the mountain, a main shrine on the top of the mountain, and a shrine on the side of the shrine. When the night festival is over, the main shrine is not used until spring, and the inner shrine is used slightly below it. The origin of Inari Shrine dates back to the Jomon period. It is reported that the Emperor Daihyo ordered Meguro Munabe and built “Hinomiya Miyashiro” in the village of Haruna. In the days of Emperor Motochi, it is said that the beginning of the “Echikoku Sogo Ichinomiya” was given as the head of the 56th Echikoku (“Local Literature Dictionary”). Since the Heian period, he has moved many times and has moved to Bunsei to his current location. After that, the building was completed several times, and the current vermilion palace was completed.
Matsumoto Castle / 国宝松本城
It is the oldest castle in Japan on the existing five-storied and sixth floor. Withstands 400 years of snow and snow, it conveys the superior castle-building technology of the Sengoku period to the present. The dignified appearance of the Japanese Alps as a borrowed landscape creates exquisite harmony.