Located off the shores of Futami city in Mie and just 10km away from Ise Grand Shrine, Meoto Iwa (also known as the Married Couple Rocks), are a couple of small rocks sitting peacefully. According to the Shinto Futami Okitama Jinja (二見興玉神社), the rocks represent the union of the creators of Izanagi-no-Okami (God), represented by […]

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Magical, that’s one of the best way to describe our last trip to ISE in MIE Prefecture.

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Sitting proudly within the confines of the the Kotoku-In temple, the Great Buddha statue, or Daibutsu is another very popular religious attraction of Kamakura. Despite its overall sense of serenity, the Daibutsu had a rather tumultuous history! It all started in 1233 when the good people of Kotoku-In decided to erect a giant wooden representation […]

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Originally erected and founded by Minamoto Yoritomo in 1063, Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is the most important Shinto Shrine in the famous resort city of Kamakura, near Yokohama. Its popularity among Japanese tourists of Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is almost without limit and its 1.8km long approach gives the shrine its unique sense of grandeur that unfortunately quickly vanishes […]

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Here you are a small teaser of one of our upcoming video.

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Enoshima’s hidden little village, with its small shrines, is by far the best part of this Island. WIth a unique view of Mt.Fuji, the place looks like it was frozen in time with villagers living almost completely cut from the rest of the world. If you continue further down to the shore you will stumble […]

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Very popular among both Japanese and foreign tourists, Enoshima is a gorgeous little island just off the coast of the city of Fujisawa but still connected to it by a long bridge. With a circumference of about 4km, Enoshima offers many different attractions ranging from a marina, to different shrines, parks and caves hidden on […]

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The pas few days have been quite challenging for us to take some gorgeous videos of Mt. Fuji (Fujisan), bust as you can see we managed to capture some fantastic shots of the iconic Mt. Fuji and we could not resist to share this video with you and few pictures with you!

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Close to the main Daiden, Zojo-ji Temple main building, stands a very unique cemetery also known as the Unborn Children’s Garden, where people come and and pray for the miscarried, aborted or stillborn children of Japan. This cemetery or garden, is unique in many ways since unlike usual cemeteries you will not find any graves, […]

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What stands out the most here at Zojo-Ji temple is the striking contrast between the old and new Japan. While its immediate neighborhood is dominated by modem buildings and Tokyo Tower, Zojo-ji feels like it has been stuck in a bubble where time moves at a slower pace to its surroundings. Located a few steps […]

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Hitachi Seaside park is one of this gorgeous flower park that seems to be only attracting Japanese tourist and believe us on this, foreign tourists are making a HUGE mistake skipping it!

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While it is very difficult to disagree that the best observatory in Tokyo is either Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tokyo, one could argue that these places won’t let you enjoy the actual building in question. If you are looking for the perfect place to enjoy gorgeous scenic views of Odaiba, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Skytree and […]

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