Also known as "flying squirrel temple", the Dairaku-ji temple offers in addition to about 400 year old ginkgo trees, a Japanese garden, a folk museum and a camera museum built by the buddhist priests predecessor. Enjoy a collection of about 650 cameras from two generations.
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Stroll through a recreation of an Edo period street with original building from the era. A bukeyashiki (samurai residence), merchant’s, f...
The tourist orchard is filled by a pleasant sea breeze that plays among the green Mikan trees and spreads the fragrance of sweet sour ora...
Yoshida Park includes, among others, a peacock garden, a baseball field, and a roller slide. Permits are required for baseball field use....