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Cultural Activities in Awaji

Izanagi Shrine , Awaji
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Izanagi Shrine (Izanagi Jingu, 伊弉諾神宮) is a Shinto shrine located in Awaji, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is dedicated to the kami Izanagi and I
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Art Museum
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Duration: 6 to 7 hours
Welcome to the seaside town, Akashi! Experience a romantic cycle along the longest bridge in the world, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge.First, we will rent a bicycle and head for the Bridge. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and spot some trendy cafes. If you admire the sea long enough you will feel the romanticism Akashi has to offer.At the foot of the bridge, take a visit to the memorial hall of Magofumi, the founding father of China. Admire the same scenery he saw as he was pursued by his country and burnt during the revolution in Japan.Finally, visit the Akashi Municipal Astronomical Science Museum, and enjoy the planetarium.Want to experience the rich nature and scenery? Your tour starts here!
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Sumoto Castle , Sumoto
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Sumoto Castle (洲本城, Sumoto-jō) is a castle with reconstructed keep in Sumoto on Awaji Island, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The area is an Histori
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Akashi Castle is a Japanese castle in Akashi, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.This castle was constructed by Ogasawara Tadazane as his own castle fro

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Where to stay in Awaji

International visitors to Awaji tend not to stay in the town itself, but prefer instead to look around the coast of the island. A decent number of hotels boasting sea views, pools, and onsite restaurants lie along Awaji Island's perimeter; the most popular places to stay are the traditional ryokans, clustered around the hot springs.
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