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Underground Platforms on the Osaka Munіcipal Subway’s Midosuji Line, Japan

The eight lines are the city’s major method of transit, as aboveground trains are significantly less popular in Osaka’s core than they are in Tokyo, which is well-served by Japan Railway trains in addition to the Metro. Foreign Japan Rail Pass holders will find that their passes are nearly useless in Osaka, where they can …

Shima Kanko Hotel In Shima City, Japan

The Ise-Shima region of Mie prefecture may not be on everyone’s radar just yet, but it’s always been a popular domestic vacation destination because to Shinto’s holiest temple, Ise Jingu, and several other sacred places. It has gotten a little more worldwide notice after the G7 summit in Shima Kanko Hotel in 2016. The fact …

Nagoya City Hall & Aichi Prefectural Government Office Building

Nagoya City Hall was completed in 1933 and amazingly survived the city’s bombing during WWII, whereas adjacent Nagoya Castle was demolished. The structure is a blend of Japanese and Western forms, with the imperial emblem above the roof. The tower (seen below) has a total of 12 stories. Many of Nagoya’s administrative offices, including the …

Yamanashi Fuefukigawa Fruit Park In Yamanashi

A dazzling display of light! The view from Fuefukigawa Fruit Park at night, which is one of Japan’s new three significant night sights. The Kofu Basin can be viewed at night from all of the park’s hills. Fruit Plaza is a 10-meter-high semi-circular glass dome with a 55-meter diameter and a 1,800-square-meter floor area. The …

Mikuni Jetty Port in Sakai, Japan

Sakai, according to Hepburn’s English method. Sakai-shi,  Sakai  is situated to the north of Fukui. It was formed on March 20, 2006, when the previous Sakai district’s cities of Harue-cho, Maruoka-cho, Mikuni-cho, and Sakai-cho merged. After the descent, the area is no longer visible. The city has a population of 95,331 people and a density …

Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History In Yokohama

The Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History is a museum dedicated to Kanagawa Prefecture’s history. It is located on Bashamichi Street’s north side. The former Yokohama Specie Bank, erected in 1904, is now a museum. Until 1964, it functioned as a bank. The building was later purchased by Kanagawa Prefectural and established as the current …

Makuhari New City’s AEON Mall In Chiba, Japan

The mall opened in December 2013 as Aeon Complex’s flagship store and is Japan’s first LEED Gold certified shopping mall. Grand Mall, Pet Mall, Family Mall, and Active Mall are all part of Aeon Mall Makuhari New City. The mall opened in December 2013 as Aeon Complex’s flagship store and is Japan’s first LEED Gold …

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 …

Sendai Mediatheque In Sendai,Japan

Sendai Mediatheque is a Japanese library located in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. Toyo Ito designed it in 1995 and it was finished in 2001. The Sendai Mediatheque first opened its doors in January 2001. Mies’ Barcelona Pavilion and Le Corbusier’s Dom-ino house are also mentioned as precedents for Ito’s work, and the Mediatheque appears to combine …

OSAKA MARRIOTT MIYAKO HOTEL

The Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, which opened in March 2014, is located on the upper floors of the Abeno Harukas building, with easy access to Tennoji Station. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of the city from the panoramic view point on the 58th floor, which also has free WiFi. Private parking is provided on-site for …