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  • Posted: 2020.08.7

    Kumihama’s Shrines and Temples

    Continuing our series of the shrines and temples of Kyotango we come to Kumihama. Here we will take a look at…

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  • Posted: 2020.07.31

    Princesses of Kyotango

    The seven princesses of Kyotango are historic figures and characters from legend. From a legendary angel to a…

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  • Posted: 2020.07.1

    Beach Cleaning in Yuhigaura

    Cleaning up Hamazume Beach The Kyotango International Association organizes a beach cleaning event every y…

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  • Posted: 2020.08.4

    Kyotango Covid-19 News Update

    Due to the Covid-19 crisis there are many restrictions on travel, especially international, and many business…

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  • Posted: 2020.06.16

    “Go Local” Holiday Campaign

    Get 3,000 yen per Person Off a Stay in Select Kyotango Accommodations To help support the local holiday ho…

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  • Posted: 2020.06.2

    The Shrines and Temples of Tango

    Tango is the furthest north part of Kyotango. As it stretches up the coastline you can find a lot of fishing …

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  • Posted: 2020.05.18

    Rice Planting in Kyotango

    Last Sunday I was able to join a group of people doing a rice planting experience. This activity seems tailor…

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  • Posted: 2020.05.8

    Amino’s Shrines and Temples – Part 2

    In part 1 we showed you 6 temples and shrines in Amino in Kyotango. Here we'll bring you three more of Amino'…

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  • Posted: 2020.05.1

    The Shrines and Temples of Amino – Part 1

    Japan as a lot of shrines and temples dotted around towns and hillsides. They range from large grounds, where…

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  • Red tulips in season in the foreground, rows of flowers behind them

    Posted: 2020.04.22

    Tulip Season Walk in Hanago OKADA

    Tulip season is at its peak at the Hanago OKADA (Japanese homepage) flower park, and we are pleased to bring …

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  • Posted: 2020.04.14

    Tennyo no Sato – Cherry Blossom Picnic Spot

    The second, and final, part of out virtual cherry blossom tour is Tennyo no Sato, "The Angel's Village". It i…

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  • Posted: 2020.04.8

    Nyoiji Temple Spring Flower Walk

    The first part of our virtual cherry blossom series is a spring flower walk through Nyoiji Temple. It's well …

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