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Ehime

Discover the charm of Ehime with its hidden gems and breathtaking natural beauty. Plan your trip to Ehime and immerse yourself in the rich culture and scenic landscapes.
Visit Japan: A bed of Japanese irises flowering on the grounds of Yuge Shrine in Ehime Prefec... - Alo Japan Japanese Iris, Japanese Shrine, Ehime, Visit Japan, Iris Flowers, Covered Bridges, Decoration, Pond, Grounds

A bed of Japanese irises flowering on the grounds of Yuge Shrine in Ehime Prefecture. 💜⁠ ⁠ To enter the shrine visitors cross the covered bridge over the pond. The shrine was built in 1396 and worshippers come to pray for rich harvests and the wellbeing of their families.⁠ ⁠ Travel tip: These are best viewed in early summer.⁠ Taikobashi Bridge at Yuge Shrine is currently closed to traffic due to a broken pillar. You can visit the main shrine from another promenade. Access via Taikobashi…

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⚓Candice McCarthy⚓
JR Shimonada Station|What to See & Do|Visit Ehime - Ehime Tourism Information Ehime, Japanese Landscape, Central Area, Shoot Film, Seto, Nippon, Dusk, Gazebo, Superb

JR Shimonada Station was known as Japan’s closest station to the sea until the construction of national highway 378 “Yuyake-koyake Line” along the shore. Nonetheless the station is still very popular with railway fans, and is a favourite location for shooting films and TV dramas, and was famously used to advertise Japan Rail’s Seishun 18 Ticket. The views are spectacular at any time: from the sunshine sparkling on the surface of the sea during the day, to the glowing sunset over the golden…

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鰕芈懛亟
Korea Travel, India Travel, Japan Travel, Pool Day Outfits, Farm Town, Best Summer Cocktails, Ehime, Ozu, Buddhist Temple

You probably haven’t heard of Ozu City because of its remote location. But this rural town located in the heart of Shikoku is a perfect place to discover another side of Japan. My last trip to the "land of the rising sun"made me discover places I knew nothing about. Ehime Prefecture was a big surprise

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Jessica Corley

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