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What’s New in Japan for 2020
- There are many reasons that so many visitors flock to visit Japan every day, from delicious cuisine such as Sushi and Yakitori, to tradition and culture such as Shrines, Temples, and castles, and of course pop culture like Anime and gaming. In 2020 the Olympic and Paralympic games will be coming to Japan and as a result the country is seeing a huge amount of new attractions, festivals, and other changes. If your interests are cultural, we will give you the scoop on where you can stay in a historical castle, where you can see the best art exhibitions and when famous Shrines will finish their current renovations. If you’re looking for excitement, we have the details on what’s new in Tokyo Disneyland and Osaka’s Universal Studios Japan. If you don’t mind traveling a bit, we can even lead you to the world’s largest Godzilla, also new in 2020. To make sure you make the most of your Tokyo 2020 trip, read on! Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020 Tokyo will be taken over by the Olympic (July 24, 2020 – August 9, 2020) and Paralympic (August 25, 2020 – September 6, 2020) Games in 2020. This means that the city is seeing a slew of upgrades to athletic facilities, such as a new national stadium, new stores, transportation, and much more. Visitors can expect a futuristic vision in the 2020 games as Japan intends to use cutting edge technology (such as robotics) to make sure Olympics fans in Tokyo and beyond can all join in on the spectacle. Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020 New national stadium Please note that there will be changes in Japan’s usual national holidays due to the Olympics. Marine Day and Sports day will be moved to July 23 and 24 while Mountain Day to August 10, the day after the closing ceremony. The aim of this change is to reduce traffic congestion, but it can also affect opening and closing hours in stores and restaurants. National holidays due to the Olympics Exciting New Worlds Coming to Tokyo Disneyland and USJ (Universal Studios Japan) ― Tokyo Disneyland New Fantasyland In 2020 Tokyo Disneyland will be expanding with its ‘New Fantasyland’ based on the world of Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast. Adults can enjoy a hefty dose of nostalgia as they stroll through Belle’s village which will include Maurice’s Cottage and Gaston’s Fountain (but likely no sheep). The ‘Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast’ will take place in the castle itself. The area will also feature Disneyland’s first full scale indoor theater, the Fantasyland Forest Theater. Over in Tomorrowland visitors can spend time with adorable Baymax on ‘The Happy Ride with Baymax’. New Fantasyland The Happy Ride with Baymax ― Universal Studios Japan Super Nintendo World Universal Studios Japan in Osaka has been extremely secretive about its new expansion, Super Nintendo World. Newly released images seem to indicate that there will Mario Kart and Yoshi themed rides and an area dedicated to Donkey Kong. The new expansion will be open to the public before the start of the 2020 Olympics so look forward to having your own Mario Party in USJ! Super Nintendo World Super Nintendo World Futuristic Aquariums, Miniature Theme Parks, Godzilla and More! ― Shikoku Aquarium 四国水族館 in Kagawa In March 2020 the Shikoku Aquarium will officially open its doors. This “Next-Generation Aquarium” has a theme of showing off the wonder of Shikoku’s waterscape so visitors can enjoy not only observing fish but also seeing how they act in their natural habitats and how they change with the seasons. This aquarium will also feature a Shark Shadow Aquarium, where you can see the large shadowy profiles of Hammerhead sharks as well as a large dolphin area which promises a spectacular sunset over the Seto Inland Sea. Shikoku Aquarium ― Small Worlds Tokyo in Tokyo In Tokyo a new type of theme park is set to open, Small Worlds Tokyo will be home to miniature areas based in reality and fantasy. Feel like a giant by passing through the Gulliver tunnel and then take your time enjoying the Sailor Moon, Evangelion, Global Village, Space Center, and Kansai International Airport models. It’s not just viewing though; advanced 3D mapping is available so that you can join your favorite area and make items to display as well. It’s set to open April 25, 2020 and will make the perfect indoor adventure if you are caught in rainy spring weather. Small Worlds Tokyo Evangelion Area ― Itsukushima Shrine’s O-torii Gate 厳島神社 in Hiroshima Popular sightseeing place and UNESCO World Heritage Site Itsukushima Shrine has unfortunately been covered by scaffolding for renovation as of June 2019. These repairs are expected to take one year so visitors can expect this beautiful floating Shrine to be fully viewable by summer 2020. Itsukushima Shrine’s O-torii Gate ― DMM Kariyushi Aquarium DMMかりゆし水族館 in Okinawa Okinawa, already famous for its wealth of natural beauty, will be opening a new aquarium in April 2020, the DMM Kariyushi Aquarium. Their focus will be blending art installations with underwater environments to create a new type of aquarium enjoyment. It’s not far from Naha airport so it is much more easily accessible than the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, which is good news for those who have limited time on the island. DMM Kariyushi Aquarium DMM Kariyushi Aquarium ― Okinawa Kokusai Goodwill Street 国際通りのれん街 in Okinawa Over in Naha the street known as “the miracle mile” is set to get some new editions as the site of Mitsukoshi welcomes the new Okinawa Kokusai Goodwill Street. Those who are interested in the varieties of Japanese cuisine available in Okinawa will love the new food court and shoppers are sure to be delighted by the variety of shops. All of the stores will open in February 2020. Okinawa Kokusai Goodwill Street ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
Cycling through Osaka—A 15 km downtown course
- Take a break from the trains and hop on a bike to get a new view of Osaka. We’ll go through the best course for using one of handy Bike Share cycles to see all the amazing things Osaka has to offer. And while Osaka may be one of Japan’s most populated cities, it’s actually quite compact. You can get a feel for the whole city on a bike, and this course will guide you through all the hot spots and photo ops uniquely Osaka. Time to grab some wheels!Book here : Japan Travel Ticket Booking Site Osaka Downtown Cycling Course This is the cycling course.(15km) Start: 9:00 a.m. Umeda Station East Exit, Umeda DT Tower Cycle Port Umeda DT Tower The Bike Shares can be found all across Osaka, and they’re very simple to use. The Bike Share has an English section of their website to help you get started, and you can register with a special IC card or with a passcode. Plus, the bikes are equipped with electric motors for assisted riding.This time around, you will be starting from Hanshin Umeda station! Get to the starting point easily by using the East exit of the Hanshin Umeda station. Use the Midosuji South exit if you're coming from JR Osaka station,.Once you get your bike from the A-22 Cycle Port in front of Umeda DT Tower, it’s time to head out. Get past the crowded station, and you’re on your way! ・Riding Time: 20 minutes ・Distance: 3 kmHead through the towering office buildings and make your way to Nakanoshima. 9:30 a.m. A Nakanoshima Morning A Nakanoshima Riverside cafes and museums line the streets of Nakanoshima. The sparkling water and river air will give a refreshing start to your morning, and after cruising for 20 minutes you might like a little break.Brooklyn Roasting Company in Kitahama is waiting for you with delicious pastries and a mean cup of coffee. If you head out to the terrace you can see clear across the river to the Osaka City Central Public Hall, a Neo-Renaissance building with red brick walls and arches dating from 1918. Take some time to soak in the scenery with a drink and a treat.Read more:Breakfast in Osaka The Osaka City Central Public Hall ・Riding Time: 20 minutes ・Distance: 3.3 kmThe riverside roads are a breeze to cycle through, and after a few minutes you should be able to see the moat of Osaka Castle. Once the castle proper comes into view, it’s nothing less than impressive. Walking to the Main Tower would take a while, but luckily you’ll be coasting by the pedestrians on a bike. 10:30 a.m. Osaka Castle Osaka Castle Take a nice long stroll through Osaka Castle Park, and when you start to get hungry, you can walk over to Miraiza Osaka-jo shopping complex. There you can stop in one of the restaurants with a view of the Main Tower for lunch, or try a classy take on takoyaki at The Konamon Bar Rikyu.We recommend taking a load off at The Konamon Bar Rikyu, too. The octopus-filled balls, or takoyaki, are a specialty of Osaka, and Rikyu lets you decide on which sauces and toppings to put on the tasty snack. It’s an airy, modern space distinctly Osaka.If you’re visiting during late February to early March, then the Plum Grove at Osaka Castle is covered in vibrant pink plum blossoms. You can get some gorgeous pictures before hopping back on the road.URL:https://www.miraiza.jp/ Miraiza Osaka-jo Plum blossoms in the Plum Grove at Osaka Castle. 2:00 p.m. Shitennoji Shitennoji Shitennoji is known as the first Buddhist temple in Japan. Its beautiful 5-Story Pagoda is often the main attraction for visitors, but the temple grounds themselves have their own charm. Although Shitennoji is situated right in the center of bustling Osaka, the temple offers a rare space of quiet, perfect for contemplation and reflection. As an added bonus, the temple has a pond where you can see dozens of turtles. Watching the little turtles sun themselves or plop into the pond is a favorite pastime of visitors, and somehow it never gets old. Kameike ・Riding Time: 10 minutes ・Distance: 1.3 kmYou can feel the towering presence of Abeno Harukas even from far away. Standing at 300 meters tall with 60 floors, it’s Japan’s tallest building. It should be easy enough to find while you make your way through the city. Pedal towards the mammoth skyscraper for the next stop on the course. 3:00 p.m. Abeno Harukas and Ten-Shiba Abeno Harukas Abeno Harukas Now that you’ve arrived at Japan’s tallest building, it’s time to head on up to the Observatory. Spanning from the 58th to the 60th floor, the Observatory offers a breathtaking panorama of Osaka, and portions of the Observatory are even open-air. For those on a budget, there’s also a free observation area on the 16th floor.After the excitement of Abeno Harukas, head across the street to Ten-Shiba, a laid-back park area with a nice lawn. Kick back like the locals and just enjoy the weather.URL:https://www.abenoharukas-300.jp/en/ Ten-Shiba 5:00 p.m. Tsutenkaku and Shinsekai Tsutenkaku At last we come to Tsutenkaku, the tower that’s become the symbol of Osaka. Just as important as the tower itself is the over-the-top cityscape around it. Shinsekai, with its colorful lights, towering statues above storefronts, and electric vibe, is one of the images that comes to mind when people think of Osaka. At sundown the area is arguably at its most beautiful, and you’ll see the golden light descending on the streets as the neon signs blink on.Shinsekai and Tsutenkaku are a densely packed tourism dream, too. You can eat Osaka’s famous kushikatsu (fried meat and vegetable skewers) and then take your fill of Insta-worthy pictures around town. Since you’ll be riding a bike to the next destination, though, skip on the alcohol. Save the beer cheers for the last location. Osaka’s famous kushikatsu ・Riding Time: 15 minutes・Distance: 1.9 km Finish: 7:00 p.m. Namba Namba is the most buzzing district in Osaka. First and foremost, be careful making your way through Namba on a bike. It’s going to be crowded, so cycling will be a little more difficult. You can return your trusty bike to the Bike Share Cycle Port near Namba, and then the fun begins! Namba is the most buzzing district in Osaka, and nighttime is when it’s at its best. Get ready for neon lights galore and every kind of flashy shopping, dining, and entertainment you could possibly need. Now that your cycle tour is over, you can live it up all night in Namba. Pick your first place to kanpai and see where the night takes you.Read more:Nightlife in OsakaBook here : Japan Travel Ticket Booking Site ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
Osaka Castle and the Surrounding Area
- South of the Yodo River, Osaka Castle sits in an oasis of greenery in the center of the city. Originally constructed in the 16th century, this castle has become one of Japan’s most recognizable castles. Throughout its history, the castle has played an important role in the region and Japan as a whole. Today, it stands as a monument to old Japan and has made the rounds in popular culture by appearing on multiple TV shows and even being destroyed by Godzilla once (but just in a movie). Osaka Castle and the Surrounding Area There are several buildings designated as important cultural properties, but the main castle tower is the most eye catching structure. These days, the castle functions as a museum for visitors. Each floor contains art, dioramas, and interesting information about the castle’s history. On the top floor of the museum, the deck offers an amazing view of the surrounding area. One thing to keep in mind is that people will be lining up to use the elevator, but you can bypass the line by taking the stairs. It’s only eight floors, so walking will save you some valuable time. Entrance to the castle itself is only 600 yen for adults and free for children under 15 years old. Osaka Castle and the Surrounding Area The castle attracts many visitors who come to appreciate it for its historical significance and also those who come to enjoy the surrounding park. At two square kilometers, the park is often full of picnickers or people enjoying the cherry blossoms in the spring. Osaka Castle and the Surrounding Area ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
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- อดีตที่ตั้งพระราชวังนานิวะ (เขตประวัติศาสตร์)
- ซากโบราณสถาน / หลุมศพ / สุสานโบราณ
- ปราสาท / ซากปราสาท
- ปราสาท / ซากปราสาท
- ปราสาท / ซากปราสาท
- Chihaya-joshi Castle Ruins
- ปราสาท / ซากปราสาท
- Osaka Pref. Minamikawachi County Chihayaakasaka Vil. Chihaya
Chihaya Castle is now ruins, and in its site stands a shrine. If you climb Mt. Kongo by foot, you can pass this site on the way.
ในขณะที่จังหวัดโอซาก้าเป็นจังหวัดที่เล็กที่สุดเป็นอันดับสองของประเทศ แต่เมืองหลวงโอซาก้ากลับเป็นเมืองที่ใหญ่เป็นอันดับสามของประเทศ และอาจเรียกได้ว่าเป็นหนึ่งในเมืองที่ได้รับความนิยมมากที่สุดในภูมิภาคคันไซ เนื่องจากสถานบันเทิงยามราตรีที่คึกคัก ความเปิดกว้างของคนโอซาก้า และอาหารที่น่าอร่อย ซึ่งได้รับฉายาว่าเป็น “ครัวของประเทศ” เลยทีเดียว
- ฮอกไกโด / โทโฮคุ
- โคชินเอ็ทสุ / โฮคุริคุ
- คิวชู / โอกินาว่า