Accessible and Fun, Kanagawa Prefecture offers History and Beauty right next to Tokyo
Kanagawa Prefecture is home to So Many Sites You Might Not Know Where to Start! Your Senpai Give your Great Suggestions Here.
Hakone & Lake Ashi
If you are in search of that idyllic movie setting lakeside outing, then you have stumbled upon the right guiding information here. Look no further than a visit to the city of Hakone, which lies in the Kanagawa prefecture.
Odawara Castle - Worth a Visit!
When you are in Odawara area, the Odawara Castle is worth a visit. It is actually located in a fairly short walk from Odawara Station. You can see it from the station as this castle is built upon a small hill.What I liked most is a beautiful red bridge leading across the moat into the castle grounds. It was really pretty with lots of greenery in the blue sky. After crossing the bridge, you will enjoy a nice walk through the castle grounds to the Donjon.
Going to Kamakura, Japan? My experience for you!:)
Today I visited Kamakura, a city rich in history, which was once the capital of Japan from 1185 to 1333. There are several well-known historical locations in Kamakura, such as the statue of Amida Buddha and the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū shrine. However, rather than exploring these popular areas, I decided to drift aimlessly through the unfamiliar streets and take my time walking through Komachi Dōri.
Kanagawa Government Office: “King” a Great National Historical Building to See
One of my absolute favorite places in Yokohama is the Kanagawa Prefecture Headquarters, called “Kanagawa Ken Hon-cho”. Until air travel allowed visitors to come via airports, Yokohama was Japan’s front door to the world.
If you are like me and you have an affinity for one of the best inventions ever bestowed upon mankind, yes, I’m talking about instant noodles, you will love hearing about this must-see, one of a kind museum! The Cupnoodles Museum in Yokohama is a tribute to this delicious meal, as well as to its founder Momofuku Ando.