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    Atsuta Shrine

    Atsuta Shrine (Atsuta Jingu) is thought to be the second most important shrine in Japan, second only to Ise Jingo (Ise Shrine). Atsuta Shrine is very popular, attracting over 9 million visitors annually. Atsuta Shrine was originally founded in 113AD, when the sacred sword Kusanagi-no-tsurugi, one of the Imperial symbols, was enshrined. Atsuta was chosen as the read more

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    Fuji Antarctic Museum

    Fuji Antarctic Museum, in the redeveloped Nagoya Port area, is focused around the icebreaker “FUJI”. The FUJI was a primary observation ship in Japan’s exploration of the Antarctic and worked from 1965 to 1983.

  • Gojo River

    Gojo River in Iwakura Aichi Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom and considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

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    Haritsuna Shrine

    Haritsuna Shrine held a festival in 1635, which has now become the famous, and National Significant Intangible Gold Cultural Asset called the Inuyama Festival. Today the Inuyama Festival features 13 three layer floats which are close to 8m high and at night time each features 365 Japanese lanterns. Haritsuna Shrine, which is located within outer read more

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