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Discover Lake Biwa's Eastern Shores with a Local Guide
"During this tour you will visit Hikone a castle town of the Ii family who supported the Tokugawa Shogunate. The tour will also cover Omihachiman introducing the powerful merchant class that was based here. Over the course of your tour you will explore Hikone taking a walk around Hikone Castle. You will get to see the town’s tower (designated a national treasure)
From JPY13,750.00
 
Discover Lake Biwa's Eastern Shores with a Local Guide
"During this tour you will visit Hikone a castle town of the Ii family who supported the Tokugawa Shogunate. The tour will also cover Omihachiman introducing the powerful merchant class that was based here. Over the course of your tour you will explore Hikone taking a walk around Hikone Castle. You will get to see the town’s tower (designated a national treasure)
From JPY13,750.00
 
Discover Lake Biwa's Eastern Shores with a Local Guide
"During this tour you will visit Hikone a castle town of the Ii family who supported the Tokugawa Shogunate. The tour will also cover Omihachiman introducing the powerful merchant class that was based here. Over the course of your tour you will explore Hikone taking a walk around Hikone Castle. You will get to see the town’s tower (designated a national treasure)
From JPY13,750.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Okazaki

Rows of Pines at Fujikawa

Fujikawa-shuku Tip: When Tokugawa Iyeyasu, the first shogun of Edo Government established Tokaido Road with fifty three lodging stations in 1601, he also ordered the road be shaded by black pine...
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Jun 20, 2014

Walking Around Mishima Shrine

Mishima Shrine, located southwest of Okazaki Castle main keep was founded in 1658 and its main hall was built in 1706 by Tadayuki Mizuno, fourth lord of Okazaki Castle who later became a rouju(elder)...
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Nov 18, 2013

From 27-turn start to Higashi Park

Higashi Park is only 20 minutes on foot from the eastern start of 27-turn. After reaching the Kabukimon gate, go along the narrower road and about a few minutes walk you will see the belltower gate of...
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Dec 01, 2011

Doune Okan

Doune Okan is an old minor highway starting from Higashi Park. Doune Okan route is often used for local people for brisk walking or jogging between Higashi Park and Okazaki Chuo Sogo Park which has a...
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taigaa001
Nov 29, 2011

Okazaki 27-turn Walk

Tracing 27-turn in Okazaki Post Station is one of the hardest challege for modern Tokaido hikers because the road today has changed so much with postwar urban zoning. With brand new signposts,...
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Nov 29, 2011
 
 
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515-33 Koseicho, Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, 444-0052, Japan
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Things to Do Near Okazaki

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Toganji Temple (Great Buddha)

Toganji Temple was built by Oda Nobuyuki and moved to its present location in 1714. The temple is famous for its large Buddha (Daibutsu) which was built in 1987. Unlike most other Daibutsu, this one...
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Atsuta Jingu Shrine

Atsuta Shrine was first built to enshrine the Imperial Sword Kusanagi, one of the three Imperial Regalia, around the 1st or 2nd century. According to legend however, the real sword was later lost and...
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Nagoya Port Area

What Nagoya tourists usually recognize Nagoya-ko (Nagoya Port) used to be limited to Garden-futo (Garden Pier) area where lots of amusement facilities such as Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium and Nagoya...
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SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

One of the reasons Nagoya is re-booming is that new futuristic railway line, Chuo Shinkansen, will connect Tokyo and Nagoya not more than one hour. And the superconductive magnetic-levitation train...
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Tsuruma Park

Cherry Blossom is not the only flowers feasting the visitors' eyes in springtime Tsuruma Park. Other flowers also blooming are tulips, sumire violets, Thunberg's meadowsweet, and some mimosas. In May,...
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Hisaya Odori Park

What makes Nagoya a "Nagoya"? When you visit the median park running north and south of Nagoya's busiest commercial and business district, Sakae, you may find the answer. Hisaya Odori Park is a long...
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"Okazaki, November, 2011"
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"Birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu"
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"My Home City"
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"Stranger in a Strange Land"
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"My 3 mounths in japan"
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