Shimonoseki, fulfilled with various attractions A castle town Chofu to tell us the Samurai Period and the atmosphere of the samurai house
Shimonoseki is the largest town in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
It is famous as a place where a lot of tourists visit because there are various tourist spots; for example, the historic townscape, developed as the castle town, the rich nature and seafoods, came from the environment that is surrounded by the ocean, and “Kanmon Channel”, connects from the main island of Japan to Kyushu.
“Kaikyo Yume Tower” is able to see Shimonoseki Town from the observatory, that is 143 meters above the sea level, and it is a modern spot, imagined from the lighthouse.
It is necessary to enjoy both the daytime, seeing 360℃ panorama, and the gorgeous and mysterious night view.
On the other hands, there are spots to feel the historic breathe; for example, a small desert island “Ganryu Island”, where is known as the place of the duel by famous great swordsmen Musashi Miyamoto and Kojiro Sasaki, and a castle town “Chofu”, where remains the atmosphere of Edo.
It tells us the atmosphere, that feels like that seems to hear the footsteps by samurais.
“Chofu Mouri House” was built in 1903, and it is a high status samurai house, that the Meiji Emperor had been stayed.
It is fulfilled with the Japanese atmosphere to see the garden and to enjoy the green tea on the tatami.
It is able to select the cold green tea during the summer, so why don’t you enjoy the relaxation time to feel the cool while healing the fatigue by strolling?
Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi is the westernmost of the main island of Japan.
There are the rich nature, modern buildings, and the Japanese atmosphere.
We recommend you to pass through Kanmon Channel to go to Kyushu, and also, visit an entrance of Kyushu Moji.
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