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Home of the Grand Ise Shrine, the holiest Shinto shrine in the world.
Famous for its large and romantic canal lined with historic buildings from the Edo Period.
A lovely coastal city with a great castle, nice onsen, and lots of other interesting sites scattered about.
Most famous for its whirlpools, it is also home to a fun museum featuring replicas of famous art from around the world.
A scenic historic town in Hokkaido
A nice castle town, complete with an original castle, accompanying garden, and castle museum. Beyond that, it also has a few interesting temples and other historic sites.
The city has a large lake, caves, and many other historic sites scattered about. Many foreigners call Hamamatsu home.
The ancient capital of northern Japan.
A city that is comparable to Osaka, except it's aquarium is better, it has a world-class Railway Museum, many gardens, and nice museums.
A famous hot spring town.
A former castle town with a large number of preserved houses from days of old that have now been designated World Heritage Sites. It's also known for its pottery.
Fugu capital of Japan and the site of the famous battle between Musashi Miyamoto and his arch rival.
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