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Hagi

2017-01-03T19:40:00+00:00

Hagi (萩) is a castle town, little visited by foreign tourists. The town is full of history, particulary from the [...]

Hagi2017-01-03T19:40:00+00:00

Tsuwano

2017-01-24T13:21:25+00:00

Tsuwano (津和野), often called “little Kyoto”, is a small castle town in Chugoku. Budget travel tips Like nearby Hagi, a [...]

Tsuwano2017-01-24T13:21:25+00:00

Bitchu-Takahashi

2018-07-10T17:17:19+00:00

For some reason completely unknown to most tourists, including Japanese tourists, Bitchu-Takahashi (備中高梁) presented one of the most surprising castles [...]

Bitchu-Takahashi2018-07-10T17:17:19+00:00

Tottori

2018-07-10T20:27:56+00:00

Tottori Sand Dunes Tottori (鳥取) is the most popular city in northern Chugoku, best known for its sand [...]

Tottori2018-07-10T20:27:56+00:00

Kurashiki

2018-07-09T11:44:48+00:00

Kurashiki (倉敷) is a historic town near Okayama known for its merchant past and old-fashioned canal, which dates back to [...]

Kurashiki2018-07-09T11:44:48+00:00

Izumo-taisha

2016-12-29T11:06:33+00:00

Izumo Taisha (出雲大社) is a grand shrine, considered one of Japans top 3. Located in northern Chugoku, it is an [...]

Izumo-taisha2016-12-29T11:06:33+00:00

Okayama

2018-07-09T12:03:21+00:00

Okayama (岡山) is a large city in Chugoku, known across the country for it’s Korakuen Garden, a superb example of [...]

Okayama2018-07-09T12:03:21+00:00

Matsue

2018-07-10T20:26:41+00:00

Matsue (松江) is a pleasant castle city, known as the 'city of water' due to its spiralling canals and setting [...]

Matsue2018-07-10T20:26:41+00:00

Mount Daisen

2017-01-02T12:56:03+00:00

Mount Daisen (大山) is a volcanic mountain in the Chugoku region with amazing views over the northern mountains from 1,729 [...]

Mount Daisen2017-01-02T12:56:03+00:00