Inashiki in January

Inashiki in January

Local Store – Miyamoto Shoten – 宮本商店

This Local Store "Miyamoto Shoten" has passed down through generations. Miyamoto Shoten is "Yorozuya" in Japanese which...
Inashiki in November

Food boiled in soy sauce -佃煮 Tsukudani-

"Tsukudani" is one of the Japanese typical dishes. That's food boiled in soy sauce. The taste is slightly sweet and ...
Inashiki in August

Osugi Shrine -大杉神社-

One of the gorgeous shrines in Ibaraki is absolutely this one!Some locals call it "Anba-sama". This shrine is selected ...
Inashiki in August

Best Bird Watching Site in Inashiki, Ibaraki, Japan

So beautiful scenery. Here is "Myoginohana""妙岐ノ鼻" in Japanese.Around 50ha of the marsh and it's also a field of growi...
Inashiki in October

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 the form...
Inashiki in November

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...
Inashiki in January

Persimmons Vinegar 柿酢

Persimmons are really useful. I learned how to make vinegar with them. It's very simple and easy to make. In December p...
Inashiki in January

Viewing the Moon with a Telescope

A neighbor has a telescope and I asked him if it's possible to view the moon and planets at my future guesthouse and sh...
Inashiki in February

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...
Inashiki in July

Ring-ring Road is for Cyclists!

Do you like riding on a bike? Actually, here there is the second largest lake in Japan called "Lake-Kasumigaura".Yo...
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