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Akihabara District

Known as the "electronics center" of Tokyo, full of shops selling anime, manga, video games, and other products related to Japanese pop culture.

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Shibuya Crossing

The world's most famous pedestrian crossing, a symbol of Tokyo's energy and vitality.

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Osaka Castle

Located in a park in the city center, Osaka Castle is one of the most emblematic symbols of Osaka. It was built in the 16th century and has been destroyed and rebuilt several times throughout its history. The current castle dates from the early 20th century and houses a museum that tells the history of the castle and the city. Visitors can climb to the top of the castle to enjoy panoramic views of Osaka.

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Dotonbori is an entertainment and nightlife district known for its giant neon signs, its restaurants, and its street food stalls. This is where some of Osaka's most famous places are located, such as the Kuromon Ichiba Market restaurant, the Bunraku Theater, and the Dotonbori canal.

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A Buddhist temple famous for its wooden stage that extends into the mountainside.

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Fushimi Inari-taisha

A Shinto shrine famous for its thousands of red torii gates.

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

A park that houses several monuments and museums dedicated to the victims of the atomic bomb.

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Hiroshima Castle

A reconstructed castle that offers panoramic views of the city.

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Kenroku-en Garden

One of the "Three most beautiful gardens of Japan", famous for its ponds, hills, and pavilions.

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Nagamachi Buke Yashiki District

A well-preserved district of samurai houses dating back to the Edo period.

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Old Town of Takayama

This historic district features cobblestone streets and traditional wooden houses that date back to Japan's feudal era. It is a charming place to stroll and explore the local architecture and culture.

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Hida Kokubunji Temple

Built in the 8th century, this ancient Buddhist temple is famous for its exquisite moss garden and serene atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy the peace and beauty while exploring its grounds.

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Jinya-mae Market

A traditional market where locals sell fresh produce, crafts, and souvenirs. It is a perfect place to immerse yourself in the daily life of Takayama and try some local delicacies.