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 …

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 …

Kakunodate Cherry Bark Work (Museum) In Semboku,Japan

The Kakunodate Kaba-Zaiku Densho-Kan (Kakunodate Cherry Bark Work Museum) opened in 1978 to promote kaba-zaiku, or cherry bark work, as the area’s primary traditional artisanal craft. It was one of just three traditional artisanal crafts centers in Japan when it first opened. The museum itself is a modern structure designed in the traditional architectural style …

Onagawa Station’s & Yupo’po In Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

Onagawa Station is a terminal station on the Ishinomaki Line, located 44.9 kilometers from Kogota Station, the line’s opposing terminus. Onagawa Station was reduced to a pile of ruins in a couple of minutes by a tidal wave. The one-story, tile-roofed train station in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was located barely 50 miles from the epicenter …

Koiwai Farm In Shizukuishi,Japan

Koiwai is a private farm that spans 3000-hectares (7400-acres) at the foot of Mt. Iwate. Koiwai is well-known for its dairy products and as a popular tourist area, attracting approximately 750,000 tourists each year. You may milk a cow, ride a horse or part of the rebuilt horse tramway, attend a sheep-and-dog show, and much …

North Breakwater Dome In Wakkanai,Japan

The North Breakwater Dome is a long arched “semi-domical” structure in Wakkanai, Hokkaido, Japan’s port district. The form, inspired by a Roman arcade, rises to a height of 13.6 meters (45 feet) above the sea and stretches for 427 meters (1,401 feet), with seventy columns, a 6 meter (20 ft) intercolumniation, and an 8 meter …

Dotonbori-Osaka,Japan

Dtonbori, sometimes known as Dtombori, is a popular tourist attraction in Osaka, Japan, that runs along the Dtonbori canal from Dtonboribashi Bridge to Nipponbashi Bridge in the city’s Chuo ward. It was once a theater neighborhood, but it is now a popular nightlife and entertainment area known for its quirky ambiance and big illuminated signboards. …

The Temple of Asakusa

Tokyo is the capital of the incredibly picturesque and picturesque country of Japan. This metropolis is considered one of the most modern cities in the world in terms of infrastructure and architecture. Tokyo’s culture is unique and unique: the numerous theaters, museums, festivals and palaces are just some of what the city is famous for. …

SHIBUYA SKY – Shibuya Scramble Square

Shibuya Square Shibuya is a mixed-use skyscraper associated with Shibuya Station in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. This is part of the reconstruction of the station area. Located at Shibuya Station, the complex consists of three buildings, including an eastern building, Shibuya Scramble Square (229.71 m high), a central building (61 m high) and a western building …

Work in Japan

Japan is one of the most diverse countries in the world. And although the temples, castles and stunning scenery are amazing to see, it is the constantly bustling Tokyo that is attracting more and more people who are interested in working abroad. If you want to work in Japan and experience Tokyo’s pop culture first …