The three neighbourhoods, Yanaka(谷中), Nezu(根津) and Sendagi(千駄木) are collectively called Yanesen. Yanesen refers to the Yanaka / Nezu / Sendagi area. Located in Bunkyo Ward and Taito Ward, near the center of Tokyo’s 23 wards, it is a part of the so-called “Yamanote”, but it still retains the atmosphere of downtown Tokyo, and is … Read More
1. It is a city located in the center region of Nagano prefecture. 2. Matsumoto is the 15th most common Japanese surname. There are about 620,000 people in Japan. It is as large as the population of Portland, Oregon. The most popular existing castle is Matsumoto Castle. It is located in Matsumoto City, also … Read More
Akihabara is an area name that refers to the area around JR Akihabara Station in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. It is known as one of the largest electric towns in Japan. History and etymology of Akihabara (Akiba) During the Edo period, it was the area where lower samurai lived. As it was said, “Fires and fights … Read More
Abbreviation for Hiroshima Prefecture or its prefectural capital, Hiroshima City. History of Hiroshima City During the Edo period, Hiroshima developed as a castle town of the Asano clan with an income of 426,500 koku. Since the Meiji period, it has had a strong character as a military city, and during the Sino-Japanese War, the … Read More
Mt.Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. The highest point on Mt. Fuji is Kengamine, which is about 3,776 meters high. The period during which you can safely climb Mt. Fuji is two months from early July to mid-September. is. About 300,000 people will climb Mt. Fuji in the next two months. Fuji has … Read More
Suzuki is the second most common surname in Japan. Mr. Suzuki (Suzukishi) is one of the representative surnames in Japan. It is said to be the family name of a Shinto priest derived from the ear of rice that is enshrined at festivals and the Hontsubo bell of a shrine. This line originated from … Read More
Nagasaki as a place name Nagasaki City is a city located in the southwestern part of Nagasaki Prefecture. It is also the prefectural capital and largest city of Nagasaki Prefecture, and is designated as a core city. During the Edo period, when the country was isolated, it was a port town with Dejima, the … Read More
He loves Sushi and Sashimi. Having practiced calligraphy since childhood, his father was qualified as a teacher. Aokage(青景) comes from the blue landscape like the sea, the clear sky. And the blue shadow. Shadow means a ninja.