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This shrine is dedicated to Susanoo-no-Mikoto, the guardian deity of Kirigayamura. This area at the end of the Musashino Daichi has numerous …
The only wooden Western-style hotel from the Meiji Period (1868 – 1912) remaining in Japan. It …
A tranquil spot renowned for its cherry blossoms since the Edo period. Visitors can enjoy strolling in the garden of the Gotenyama Hills …
This bracingly refreshing nature walking route runs about 10km from the peak teahouse to Mikasa …
An art museum dedicated to the tea ceremony, adjacent to the historic Hannya-en restaurant once attended by Emperor Meiji. Closed …
The library and Mita Lecture Hall of this university are designated national important cultural properties. The lecture hall opened in 1875 as the …
Built for the numerous missionaries to Japan in the late 19th century, this university has ward-designated historical buildings including the …
Former Shimazu estate. The Western-style buildings that were built in 1916 by the same English architect who designed the Holy Resurrection Cathedral …
The pit dwelling from the Jomon era that was discovered on the site of the Isarago shell midden has been reconstructed to give visitors a sense of …
This building and its garden, formerly the residence of Prince Asaka, preserves the Art Deco style for the modern viewer. Closed the 2nd and 4th …
Each of the lanes and alleys in this neighborhood has an historical name that is said to be derived naturally from the activities of the …
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