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Art space with a café, gallery, and other facilities making use of the vast space of an old warehouse.
A creative hub with fab lab facilities, a café and various other spaces; a relaxed atmosphere where you can drop in and share your ideas.
A place it serves as an artists’ space with combined resting area and café in front of the sea.
Featuring a spacious concert hall with a large pipe organ.
In Noh stage there is a history of 140 years, it staged such as Noh dorama and Kyogen comic.
Symbol of Kawasaki, “The City of Music” and with an international reputation for great acoustics.
Get acquainted with the work of famous manga creator Fujiko F. Fujio (“Doraemon,” “Perman”).
A collection of old folk houses built during the Edo Period is exhibited in this open-air museum.
Obarajuku is the only surviving “honjin” (i.e., lodging facility for traveling feudal lords) of the old Koshu-kaido trunk road in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Gorgeous Tanabata decorations, hung in the summer sky.
A publication containing information on tourism and culture-related events, places, and activities of Kamakura City.
Publication offering information about tourist spots and events in Fujisawa City.
The closest castle tower to Haneda Airport and Odawara’s No.1 tourist destination.
Wear yoroi armor, ninja clothes or a kimono and transform yourself into a samurai, a ninja or a princess surely a memory to cherish!
Create your own, original Odawara lantern-amulet, an essential for all travelers!
Try your hand at making Odawara’s most famous product, the kamaboko fish-cakes using special knives to give them their unique shapes.
A traditional event featuring enormous kites (13×13 m/42×42 ft) raised by crews of over 100 people.
Tourist information and event guide for the city of Ayase.
Referred to as “Ichinomiya” (top level shrine) of the old Sagami Province, this shrine has a history going back over 1,500 years.
A lush prefectural park enclosing the former sites of the Mitsui Conglomerate villa and the Shigeru Yoshida estate.
This building built in 1912 has been designated a National Tangible Cultural Property and is the oldest extant Western-style house in Japan constructed using the two-by-four method.
The shrine’s treasure (and Kanagawa Prefecture’s Important Cultural Property) is said to have been worshiped by Minamoto no Yoritomo, the first shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate (the 12th-14th century).
A publication with information on Yamakita’s spots of tourist interest, local products, events, etc.
Residence of the Seto family of headmen from the Edo Period.
The Yugawara geigi (geisha) make everything look splendid; try visiting them when they are practicing their dance.
The 2020 Kanagawa Pre-Games Training Camps Invitation Committee
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