Inashiki in August

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Public Spa and Bath -AZUMA KENKO Center-

In Inashiki, there is a Japanese public spa and bath."AZUMA KENKO CENTER" in Japanese. By the way, Azuma means former n...
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Local Store – Miyamoto Shoten –

This Local Store "Miyamoto Shoten" has passed down through generations. Miyamoto Shoten is "Yorozuya" in Japanese which...
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SHIRAUO Icefish -シラウオ

This year on 21 July it started. Yes, fishing "SHIRAUO". What is "SHIRAUO" ? It seems icefish is a collective term for...
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Rowing a Boat

One elder guy who has been working for locals asked us to take a boat since he bought it and in the future wants to mak...
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Osugi Shrine -大杉神社-

One of the gorgeous shrines in Ibaraki is absolutely this one!Some locals call "Anba-sama". This shrine is selected “Th...
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Firefly

This place is not famous for fireflies at all. It's pretty rare to see them. But one firefly was founded. Where was it...
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Loach -どじょう-

Do you eat loach? In Tokyo, it's not common to eat loach but here in Inashiki a lot of people eat it. Now loach is i...
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TAKADA Shrine -高田神社-

In Japan we have some lucky days in a year. It is said that it'd be good to visit shrines. It might be just superstitio...
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Food Culture What’s “EBIGANI” ???

Each country develops its food culture. When I came to Inashiki-city, I heard that locals eat "EBIGANI" commonly. At f...
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Hozenji Temple -逢善寺-

One of the most impressive temples in Inashiki, Ibaraki, Japan is "Hozenji-temple".This temple was built in 828 but bu...
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