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Limestone Mines on Mt.Buko In Chichibu, Japan

Mount Buk in Chichibu City and Yokozemachi in Saitama Prefecture were the subjects of the study. Mount Buk is suited for limestone mining, and limestone was quarried on this mountain throughout the Ed Period to provide material for mortar and fertilizer. Cement was utilized to construct buildings and surface roads in Japan during the Meiji …

Outer Underground Discharge Channel of Tokyo Metropolitan Area

The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel, located in Saitama, is the world’s largest underground water diversion system and is renowned as a “underground temple” due to its distinctive structure. The beautiful structure has gained fame and has been featured in many TV shows, films, and even media outside of Japan. It is an industrial …

Gunma Music Center In Takasaki,Japan

  The Gunma Music Center is a stunning example of modern Japanese design. It was designed by architect Antonin Raymond, one of Japan’s early Modernists, and built almost completely with donations from locals in 1961. In 2000, DoCoMoMo (an worldwide organization dedicated to preserving and documenting modern architecture) chose the Music Center as one of …

Kano Jigoro – the creator of Judo

Kano Jigoro is the creator of judo, the first Japanese martial art to gain widespread international recognition, and the first to be recognized as an official Olympic sport. Educators of the new innovations presented to Jigoro Kano should be used on white and black belts and be introduced to the dans to show the relative …

Subterranean Cave, Oya History Museum In Utsunomiya, Japan

Frank Lloyd Wright famously used Oya stone to build the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, which is a volcanic green tuff recognized for its warm texture and elasticity. It is a specialty of Utsunomiya City, quarried in its namesake town of ya, and was used to make the Venus of Gyoza. Ya stone was first employed …

Watarase Retarding Basin In Tochigi Prefecture

With a total area of nearly 3,300ha, the Watarase Retarding Basin is Japan’s largest retarding basin, spanning the four prefectures of Tochigi, Ibaraki, Saitama, and Gunma. The huge heart-shaped Lake Yanaka lies gently gathering water at the southern edge. In addition to water sports such as wind surfing, canoeing, yachting, and other water sports, as …

Tsukuba Center Building In Japan

The Tsukuba Center Building is a complex facility in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, that includes the “Okura Frontier Hotel Tsukuba,” “Nova Hall,” “Tsukuba Innovation Plaza,” and “AI Mall.” In 1987, the project was completed. The iconic architecture of Tsukuba. When discussing Ibaraki’s architecture, the Tsukuba Center Building, as well as the work by the same …

Hajimari Art Center In Fukushima,Japan

The starting museum is a small museum that was established in June 2014 after the renovation of Hakkengura, a 140-year-old sake brewery. Since its inception, the social welfare corporation Azumi Aiikuen, which is the management body, has been primarily responsible for aiding persons with intellectual disabilities. We are not confined to “disabilities” in our activities; …

Sankyo Warehouse In Sakata City,Japan

The Sankyo Warehouses in Sakata City, Yamagata Prefecture, are a symbol of the port town that thrived during the Edo Period thanks to the Edo Period’s Westbound Sea Route. In addition to learning about history, it is advised that you visit “Sakata Yume-no-Kura,” where you may purchase unique Sakata City souvenirs. Aside from rice, the …

Hachirogata Reclaimed Land In Akita Prefecture, Japan

It is the agricultural land where it rose in the surface of the water that surrounding soil wavered when a foot is put on the surface of the earth where it was reclaimed by drainage (Though a surface is dry, that is the sludge ground which dryness does not proceed through.) where it rose in …