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Everywhere Landmarks

Guide to Everywhere landmarks which includes significant buildings, bridges, statues, intersections and structures in Everywhere.

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    Makuhari Messe

    Makuhari Messe, also known as the Nippon Convention Center, is the largest convention center in the Tokyo region. Makuhari Messe hosts the Tokyo Auto Salon, Tokyo Motor Show, Tokyo Game Show and the Jump Festa. Makuhari Messe is within the modern Kaihin-Makuhari development in the Mihama Ward of Chiba city.

  • Kanmon Bridge

    Kanmon Bridge is the toll road bridge which crosses the Kanmon Strait, the narrow body of water between the islands of Honshu and Kyushu. Kanmon Bridge starts in Moji Ward Kitakyushu on the island of Honshu to the island of Kyushu.

  • Kanmon Strait

    Kanmon Strait is the narrow body of water between the islands of Honshu and Kyushu. There are two rail tunnels, the Kanmon Pedstrian Tunnel and the one road bridge, Kanmon Bridge, which cross the Kanmon Strait from Moji Ward Kitakyushu on the island of Honshu to the island of Kyushu.

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    Canal City Hakata

    Canal City Hakata is commercial complex built around an artificial canal, consisting of hotels, a theatre, a movie theatre, shops, restaurants, specialty stores and showrooms. Canal City Hakata is situated next to the main entertainment district of Fukuoka, the Hakata district. Canal City Hakata has a water fountain show everyday, Read more [...]

  • Miharu Takizakura

    Miharu Takizakura is a cherry blossom tree that is over 1,000 years old, which is in the town of Miharu in Fukushima Prefecture. Miharu Takizakura is part of a group of waterfall style cherry blossom trees known as Miharu Shidarezakura, which are included in the Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Read more [...]

  • Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

    Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (also known as Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant) near Futaba in Fukushima Prefecture is famous for the nuclear incident including explosions and fire which released significant amounts of radiation into the environment after the tsunami, caused by the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, damaged the plant. Fukushima Read more [...]

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    Takayama Jinya

    Takayama Jinya is a former local government office and the only one of its kind remaining in Japan. Takayama Jinya is a designated historical landmark in Takayama. Takayama Jinya originally built in 1692, was rebuilt in 1816 under Tokugawa Shogunate.

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    Old Yoshijima Family House

    Old Yoshijima Family House in Takayama is an example of beautiful Japanese architecture. The Yoshijima family was a successful sake brewery in Edo period. The present house is a rebuilt in 1907 after a fire. Old Yoshijima Family House is designated as a National Important Cultural Asset.

  • Arafune Cold Storage

    Arafune Cold Storage is a historic facility associated with the silk industry, sericultural, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2014. The facility built between 1905 and 1914 uses cold air flowing from underground to keep the air in each of its three chambers at the correct temperature. Read more [...]

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    Takikoji Alley

    Takikoji Alley stretches from behind Itsukushima Shrine to Daishoin Temple. There used be residences for priests and Imperial messengers of which latticed doors and “shikado” doors show a feature of the old-time houses of Miyajima.