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Shimane Prefecture is relatively unknown to foreign visitors. However, I have had the opportunity to visit several times, and it... The post Iwami Ginzan: A Former Mining Region Where Preserving Tradition Has Become A Way Of Life appeared first on VOYAPON. Sea Of Japan, Japanese Culture, Ryokan, Traditional Architecture, Tourism, Heritage Site, World Heritage Sites, Foreign, Onsen

Shimane Prefecture is relatively unknown to foreign visitors. However, I have had the opportunity to visit several times, and it... The post Iwami Ginzan: A Former Mining Region Where Preserving Tradition Has Become A Way Of Life appeared first on VOYAPON.

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Izumo, Shimane - A Town Steeped in History and Home to the Popular Izumo Taisha Shrine. Sightseeing, Delicious Food, and Natural Scenery; A Look at What the Mythical Town Has to Offer! - Local PR|COOL JAPAN VIDEOS|A Video Curation Site with Information on Sightseeing, Travel, Gourmet, and Interesting Things in Japan Japan Travel, House Styles, Japanese Streets, Japanese Culture, Gazebo, Ancient Times, Izumo, Scenic, Nice View

Introducing Izumo, Shimane!This 4K video, titled 'Izumo, Japan 4K (Ultra HD)' (Izumo, Japan 4K (Ultra HD) - 出雲) introduces the popular tourist destination of Izumo, Shimane in Japan's Chugoku region.The video was created by 'Izumo JAPAN.'Th

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Welcome to San'in! This is Matsue, Shimane. Miho Shrine is a quiet little collection of traditional buildings quite literally across the street from a small bay on the Sea of Japan. Nestled at the center of a fishing village, it's no surprise that this shrine is dedicated to the god Ebisu, a jolly god known to carry a fishing rod and grant luck to Japan's fishermen. Perpendicular to the shrine is Aoishi-datami Road, a traditional little alley that looks like a scene from a historical film. Asian Architecture, Aesthetic Japan, Japan Aesthetic, Japanese Aesthetic, Japan Street, Japan Architecture, Japan Village, Pretty Places, Japan Landscape

Welcome to San'in! This is Matsue, Shimane. Miho Shrine is a quiet little collection of traditional buildings quite literally across the street from a small bay on the Sea of Japan. Nestled at the center of a fishing village, it's no surprise that this shrine is dedicated to the god Ebisu, a jolly god known to carry a fishing rod and grant luck to Japan's fishermen. Perpendicular to the shrine is Aoishi-datami Road, a traditional little alley that looks like a scene from a historical film.

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