Nagoya City Science Museum has a landmark design featuring the spherical shape of the world’s biggest planetarium with a diameter of 35 meters. In the building you can see a highly realistic starry sky that shown on the planetarium’s screen, a -30 degree ºC room where you can see aurora images, and a large screen on which you can experience an artificial tornado 8 meters in height.
Shiroi Koibito has been popular for over 30 years from the Northern Land - Hokkaido. The famous white chocolate is sandwiched between the freshly baked langue de chat biscuits. The mountain on the Shiroi Koibito cookie box is Mt. Rishiri, one of the most beautiful mountains in Hokkaido. Another great option is Mifuyu, was launched as a new confection in the tradition of Shiroi Koibito cookies. Chocolate is sandwiched between layers of pastry and you will love the taste and texture of melting chocolate and puff pastry.
Gokoku shrines are Shinto shrines, in which soldiers and military personnel are worshiped. In principle there is only one major Gokoku shrine in each prefecture and the honored are Japanese war dead from the same prefecture. Their names are individually listed in the registers of the respective shrines.
This is the basement level of the Kabukiza Theater in Ginza. If you are a fan of the Japanese traditional performance – Kabuki, you can also buy various souvenirs: Kabukiza goods, Japanese-style confectionery, Japanese fashioned general merchandise widely available on the basement floor of the Theater.
Rusutsu Ski Resort in Hokkaido is a great place to experienced powder snow. With an average annual snowfall of over 14 metres, the Rusutsu Resort has some of the most incredible powder and tree skiing to be found anywhere in the world. There is also a kids’ snow park with tubing, snow biking and other fun activities.The ski-in ski-out Rusutsu Resort Hotel is very convenient too.