Yamaguchi, Hofu

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Uiro (Japanese Confectionery)
  • Uiro (Japanese Confectionery)
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  • A taste representing Yamaguchi city known since the imperial reign of the Ouchi clan. They are highly valued not ...
Kusayama Park
  • Kusayama Park
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  • A spacious grass fields on the top with 360 degrees panorama view. Known as a popular cherry blossoms spot with a ...
Kishimi Stone Bath
  • Kishimi Stone Bath
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  • Kishimi stone bath was built by priest Chogen on the remaining site of a forest after timber got cut for Todaiji te...
Notani Stone Bath
  • Notani Stone Bath
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  • Shunjobou Chogen was asked to reconstruct Todaiji in 1186. He sent a large number of timbers from a mountain in Sab...
Mitajiri Shipyard Ruins
  • Mitajiri Shipyard Ruins
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  • Mitajiri Shipyard used to be the headquarter of Hagi domain navy. Pleasure boats and navy ships were stored all the...
Suo Kokubunji Temple
  • Suo Kokubunji Temple
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  • This temple was built in 741 when emperor Shomu ordered for each region to build a Kokubunji temple. Despite becom...
Ryufukuji (Remain of Ouchi House)
  • Ryufukuji (Remain of Ouchi House)
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  • The temple was originally built in Shiraishi as Rinzaishu school's temple, Hoshuin Zenunji in 1206. Lord Ouchi rene...
Yamaguchi Tokuji Activity Center Nandaimon
Chinryutei
  • Chinryutei
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  • This place used to be a meeting spot for Meiji restoration patriots. A secret conference for Satsuma and Choshu was...
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