Good Afternoon from the largest one of the chaya districts in Kanazawa – the Higashi Chaya district. Chaya is a traditional place of feasts and entertainment, and when you enter back streets, you will soon find a maze of continuous alleys. The district includes facilities where you can see the interior of a chaya house that was built 180 years ago. Besides, quite a few old buildings have been renewed into restaurants, teahouses, and souvenir shops.
The A-Bomb Dome has been well preserved since it was bombed, however to protect the building from the weather, regular reinforcement and repairs with steel beams are also necessary. The atomic bomb eliminated everything in the town. Visitors & even the locals can also enjoy river cruises on the Motoyasu River to see the park and the A-Bomb Dome from the river.
Good evening from the Amaharasi Coast Quasi-National Park. In Amaharasi, there is a big rock, called Yoshitsune Iwa. This rock is famous after the legend story about Minamoto Yoshitsune. On a clear skies day you can see Tateyama mountains range rising above Toyama Bay.
A beautifully charming cultural heritage of Ainokura Gasshodukuri Village in Nanto Toyama. These houses were built from the end of the Edo period through the Meiji period, with the oldest supposed to have been built in the 17th century. You will also find the historic hayfields from which the grasses used for roofing the houses are harvested. As the historic scenery has been carefully preserved and maintained, the village offers an extraordinary atmosphere.
Hiroshima castle is a typical flat castle & the castle tower was designated as National Treasure in 1931. But later it was destroyed by atomic bomb during WW2. Later, the exterior of the castle was renovated and the inside was restored. Today, it has turned into a history museum featuring Samurai culture.