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Shinsaibashi is an area near Namba, the center of Osaka sightseeing, and Dotonbori. Here, you’ll find a famous Osaka shopping arcade called Shinsaibashi-suji Shopping Street.
Drugstores and shops with cosmetics, duty-free items, 100-yen items, and character goods line the street. There are also many restaurants and cafés. Just about everything a shopper would want is here.
Kyoto City Disaster Prevention Center
At the Disaster Prevention Center you can learn how to protect yourself and how to act against disasters.
Miyama Thatched Village (Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama)
Miyama (美山) is a remote, rural area in the mountains 30 kilometers north of central Kyoto. The area is famous for its traditional, thatched roof (kayabuki) farmhouses of which over 200 can be seen dotting the countryside. Unlike those found in many other historic towns and districts around the country, the majority of Miyama’s old houses survive as residential dwellings where people still live and work. This in turn lends a very nostalgic atmosphere to the area, and gives visitors a chance to experience the traditional, authentic feel of rural Japan.
Visit Local School
Visit local school to communicate with local students to know about local education situations, in order to promote the cultural and academic exchange of local and overseas students.
Miyama Town Nature Cultural Village (Shizen Bunkamura Kajikaso)
Wooden houses with thatched roofs and nature with mountains, forest, river and the people carries true authenticity of rural japan in Miyama village. The Miyama still keeps its originality with the environment, infrastructures of the village and minimalistic lifestyle of its people. In Miyama, Kajikaso is a convenient accommodation for stay, food, baths, leisure, sports and all kinds of activities. It is located only 20 min walk from Kayabuki to Sato.
Tottori Sand Dunes
The Tottori Sand Dunes (鳥取砂丘, Tottori Sakyu) are the largest sand dunes in Japan and Tottori’s most famous tourist attraction. Located just outside the city center, they span roughly 16 kilometers of coast along of the Sea of Japan and are up to two kilometers wide and 50 meters high. They are part of the Sanin Kaigan National Park.
The sand dunes were created over thousands of years, as sand from the nearby Sendaigawa River was washed out to sea and eventually redeposited along the coast by the ocean’s currents. Today, the constant movement of the tides and the coastal winds continuously shape the sand dunes and provide an ever changing landscape.