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Shimoda and Shirahama Beaches

Shirahama Beach is an 800 meter long beach that is one of Izu's most famous and popular attractions. People come to enjoy the sand and sun, and the area is also known for relatively good surfing conditions. The beach is about five kilometers east of Izukyu-Shimoda Station, parallel to the main road. Shirahama Jinja, a pretty Shinto shrine, stands along the beach.

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Many Sites to See in Kamakura

It was the seat of the Shogunate and of the Regency during the Kamakura Period (1185-1333 AD). The first shogun, Minamoto no Yoritomo, established the Kamakura shogunate in the city in 1192 and the Kamakura period is known for the emergence of the samurai, the warrior caste, and for the establishment of feudalism in Japan.

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Choshi is a Famous Place to Visit

Choshi city, with three sides surrounded by the ocean, is a region with mild climate and many tourist spots. Choshi fishing port is proud to have one of the highest catches in Japan. Bathing beaches and dolphin watching can also be enjoyed. Inubohsaki Lighthouse is a white tower rising at the tip of the vigorous Inuboh Promontory.

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Many Places to visit in Chiba

Chiba Prefecture is located on Japan's eastern Pacific coast to the east of Tokyo, and is part of the Greater Tokyo Area, the most populous metropolitan area in the world. Chiba Prefecture largely consists of the Boso Peninsula, which encloses the eastern side of Tokyo Bay and separates it from Kanagawa Prefecture. Chiba Prefecture is home to Narita International Airport, the Tokyo Disney Resort, DisneySea, Kujukurihama Beach, Nokogiriyama, Funabashi Andersen Park, and much more.

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Great places in Hinode and Akikawa

The Akikawa River, which means the "Autumn River," flows through Hinode-machi and flows west of Tokyo Metropolitan Area. It is a major tributary of the Tama River, which is a primary water source for Tokyo. Hinode has Summerland, a great water world for the whole family. And if you like roughing it and the outdoors, you will enjoy this area.

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Beautiful sites at Lake Okutama

Lake Okutama (Okutama-ko) is in Tokyo and Yamanashi Prefectures in Japan. Lying above the Ogochi Dam, it is also known as the Ogochi Reservoir. Lake Okutama is an important source of drinking water for Tokyo. Beautiful in all seasons.

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Plenty of sites in Tokyo

Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world. The Japanese capital city of Tokyo is a large, energetic and incredible experience. It is the most populated city in the world, and you’ll be able to see temples, dine on countless Japanese culinary delicacies and shop in some of the world’s biggest and most unusual malls.

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