I agreed to this challenge because this is a great opportunity to show the place from all perspectives and allow people to learn something new or share a good memory. Here’s a schedule for the whole month so you can pick and choose what you want to know without scrolling. Explore Street Art in George Town Relax at Monkey Beach Hike Penang National Park Visit the Clan Jetties Brave the Top at… Read More
Sumo (相撲, sumō) is a Japanese-style of wrestling and Japan’s national sport. It originated in ancient times as a performance to entertain the Shinto deities.
A city with a picturesque, historic canal area. Kurashiki (倉敷) is in Okayama Prefecture, not far from Okayama City, the prefectural capital. The city features a canal area preserved throughout the Edo Period (1603-1867). Then the town was a vital rice delivery center. In reality, the name “Kurashiki” translates approximately as “town of storehouses,” referring to the rice storehouses. Kurashiki’s historic warehouses are now being transformed into museums, stores, and cafés. The… Read More
Sunshine and Peaches Okayama is the place to go in Chugoku Region. If you want to live in a beautiful rural setting right out of a picture book. The Seto-Ohashi bridge spans the Seto Inland Sea. Connecting Kojima in Okayama to Kagawa in Shikoku. You may enjoy beautiful views of Mount Washu from this impressive demonstration of contemporary engineering. Or take a boat excursion from the dock. The prefecture’s mascot is the… Read More
Tokumeien, 2857-2857 Ishiharamachi, 石原町 Takasaki, Préfecture
Kamakura Yuigahama Beach
This little-known garden is a true gem and breathtakingly lovely. It is located in a valley near the Doukutsu Kannon cave and has a waterfall, pond with colorful koi, zen garden, and moss garden. This garden is well worth the yen it costs to enter. I wouldn’t mind returning here every season!
Let’s continue our insider top 10 of Penang street food favorites. 6 . Kafe Ping Hooi Many consider char koay teow to be Penang’s most famous street cuisine. It is regarded as must-eat cuisine in Penang and is one of just a few meals on this list that you should not miss. Char koay teow literally translates to “stir-fried rice cake strips,” and it consists of flat rice noodles stir-fried in pig… Read More