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Hikiyama Exhibition Hall, Karatsu

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Hikiyama Exhibition Hall is located in Karatsu. Put Hikiyama Exhibition Hall into our Karatsu vacation builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Karatsu.
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  • Writers in the title are as follows. That's great! That's great!! That's great!!! In just 1 Word. Karatsu-Shi, saga hikiyama Exhibition Hall. And as one of the Festival using floats this year UNICEF World Heritage site is registered with the Japan national registration is decided this "Karatsu floats" is. For this strain of the lacquer is to be superseded from the Edo period to the first year of the Meiji era built Karatsu town every fine until of is just hats off to good design and its shortfall and pampered, aesthetic sense. It is recommended to put anything to express characters at all, so come and explore in Karatsu only this hikiyama Exhibition Hall miss you.
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  • Karatsu area one day in the car journey. Exhibition Hall in front of Karatsu shrine is also hauls mountain Depot. Out of 14 hikiyama creature, for repairs. Brave stuff, fun to cute hikiyama. 11-Festival pattern had videos aired.
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  • Stretch your legs on when he went on a business trip to Fukuoka, I went by bus to the Karatsu. Karatsu Castle was under renovation so Kun POO exhibition...... No, is really impressive! It was a great exhibit space makes you feel the history. Then strolled to the Karatsu station is not the person, but feel the Showa era something was gotta slip. "Non, on weekdays!
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