Updated: 2018-04-25 10:37
  The suspension bridge (total length 116m, height 55m, hanging floor slab bridge) of the Umenoki Todoroki Park built in October Heisei 1 (1989) extends like a white ribbon in the valley of co...
Updated: 2017-10-02 14:09
  1. Unzen Ropeway
  With a height of around 174 meters, the Unzen Ropeway is a link between Nitatouge Station and Myokentake Station at a distance of around 500 meters.   Looking out across a va...
Updated: 2017-09-26 17:03
  1. Kintetsu Beppu Ropeway
  With a gondola that can seat up to 101 people, it takes only about 10 minutes to get to the summit of Mount Tsurumi at the Asokuju National Park.   Cherry blossoms during spring,...
Updated: 2017-08-21 18:01
Oura-Tanada Rice Terraces draws an arc toward the water, creating a beautiful landscape. There are large and small rice paddies set out on the 15 degrees slope that stretches from...
Updated: 2017-08-10 09:27
  The most coveted place for a shot of sunset.The hottest supurb view spot where many cameramen gathers for the view 99islands. In Spring(Mar-Apr), rapeseed is bloomed, and in Autumn, cosmo...
Updated: 2017-06-30 12:36
  Mount Inasa is a landmark place in Nagasaki and is a hugely popular spot for appreciating the night view of the city.   The Nagasaki night view holds the new world record for...
Updated: 2017-01-24 15:28
  1. Daikanbo memorial stone
  Daikanbo is a mountain which is part of the Aso mountain range in Kumamoto Prefecture. It has a height of 936 meters. It is essentially a caldera formed by a great volcanic explosion a long...
Updated: 2017-01-19 15:44
  With its total length of 1,100 meters, the cable car to Mount Sarakura is the longest in Kyushu. It can climb up to the mountainside cable car station, which has an elevated height of 440 me...
Updated: 2016-11-07 16:16
  1. 地獄のぞき
  Mount Nokogiri is a mountain located southwest part of Chiba Prefecture. It is about 329 meters high, and towers near Tokyo Bay. "Nokogiri" means "saw". Surely the shape of the peaks loo...
Updated: 2016-10-25 17:50
  1. The Peace Statue at the Nagasaki Peace Park [Image courtesy of the Nagasaki Tourism Federation]
  On the north side of the Atomic Bomb Hypocenter, on a slightly elevated hill stands the Peace Park, which holds the vow to never again repeat the tragic war and the wish for world peace....

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