Toranomon, Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Toranomon Hills is a skyscraper complex project built by Mori Building in the Toranomon district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Designed by Nihon Sekkei, it is built around the new Loop Road No. 2, a surface artery that will connect the Shinbashi and Toranomon districts.
I went to lunch to the Hills of restaurants Toranomon.
★Maison Kayser Cafe
★above GRILL & BAR
Meiji Jingu Gaien
Here is a Western-style garden, with respect to inner park (Meiji Shrine in Yoyogi), it has been referred to as the outer garden.
In the vast grounds, there is a well-known there are a lot of trees, such as Ginkgo trees are orchards and Meiji Jingu Stadium (Jingu Stadium)
I went to the restaurant along the ginkgo tree-lined
Tokyo, Minato-ku, Kita-Aoyama 2-1-19
Dōgo Onsen is a hot spring in the city of Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture on the island of Shikoku, Japan.
Dōgo Onsen is one of the oldest onsen hot springs in Japan, with a history stretching back over 1,000 years. The springs are mentioned in theMan’yōshū (written c. 759), and according to legend Prince Shōtoku (574–622) used to partake of the waters.
Dōgo Onsen was the favorite retreat of writer Natsume Sōseki (1867–1916) when he was working near Matsuyama as a teacher in what was at the time rural Shikoku. In Soseki’s loosely autobiographical novel Botchan, the eponymous main character is a frequent visitor to the springs, the only place he likes in the area.
Modern haiku poet Masaoka Shiki (1867–1902), a noted critic of Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694), was a resident of Dōgo Onsen. His poems are prominently inscribed in many places around town.
I went to Dogo hot spring to get into the hot spring.
Ito, Shizuoka Prefecture Futo 1317-13
There is a greenhouse a collection of cactus and succulents, it has been breeding well as animals and birds such as kangaroo and wild birds, capybara.
The breeding house of capybara have hot spring is pulled, bathing the capybara is seen.
I went to the cactus park to see the capybara.
Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku Yushima 3-chome No. 30 No. 1
Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Tokyo, Japan devoted to Tenjin, the Kami of Learning. It is located in theBunkyo ward of Tokyo.
Due to Tenjin’s frequent association with plum trees, Yushima Tenmangu maintains an extensive grove of plum trees, and holds a yearly festival called ume matsuri in February or March depending on when the trees bloom.
I went there to see the plum blossoms.