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“Takezaki crab”. People can enjoy its taste throughout the year.

“Takezaki crab”. People can enjoy its taste throughout the year.

“Takezaki crab”. People can enjoy its taste throughout the year. The rich sea foods make the tongues of travel […]

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A dish featuring Arita-yaki ware and tasty local ingredients.

A dish featuring Arita-yaki ware and tasty local ingredients.

Arita is known as a town of porcelain. “Arita-yaki gozen” is a newly-created, local, gourmet dish that is serv […]

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The story of Shimonoseki fugu, the blow fish

The story of Shimonoseki fugu, the blow fish

It fascinates people with its taste and mystique— and because the fish is poisonous. The story of Shimonoseki […]

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Nagato – Birthplace of Chikamatsu

Nagato – Birthplace of Chikamatsu

Nagato – Birthplace of Chikamatsu and many other literary figures Yamaguchi Prefecture is home to many poets a […]

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Encounter nostalgic and unspoilt scenery – A simple island pilgrimage

Encounter nostalgic and unspoilt scenery – A simple island pilgrimage

  You may know about the famous Buddhist pilgrimage (henro) that many people do in Shikoku to the 88 temp […]

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Ryuzaki Hot Spring (Shiokaze Spring)

Ryuzaki Hot Spring (Shiokaze Spring)

Ryuzaki Hot Spring (Shiokaze Spring) is popular among locals and tourists alike. Relax and warm up in the sodi […]

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Satsuma mandarin cultivation

Satsuma mandarin cultivation

Satsuma mandarin cultivation – it’s what makes the island lifestyle and island hospitality Approximately 80% o […]

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Sunshine Sazanseto

Sunshine Sazanseto

Blowfish (fugu) – a Yamaguchi specialty – Sunshine Sazanseto Sunshine Sazanseto is a hotel and resort overlook […]

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Crest of the Wave Tateiwa

Crest of the Wave Tateiwa

Enjoy a luxurious kaiseki banquet – Crest of the Wave Tateiwa The chef and restaurant owner, Masaaki Murakami […]

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Chidori Bekkan (Awaya)

Chidori Bekkan (Awaya)

Try the local delicacies – Chidori Bekkan (Awaya) In 1848, Suo-Oshima residents visited what is now Wakayama P […]

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