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Kanagawa

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Kamakurakokomae Station
4.6/5
392 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Kamakurakokomae Station is situated on the Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden), its platform facing the ocean and offering especially beautiful views at dusk. Given that the railway crossing outside the station is one of the famous scenes from the anime "Slam Dunk", it is a popular destination for tourists who gather here in large numbers hoping to witness the classic scene in the anime.
Fujiko F Fujio Museum
4.7/5
524 Reviews
Museum
Fujiko Fujio is the creator of Doraemon, an acclaimed Japanese manga series. His wife established Fujiko F Fujio Museum. The museum houses valuable original rough sketches and videos, items used by Fujiko while creating, a full-scale workbench and outdoor sets reflecting various scenes in the manga.
Owaku-dani Valley
4.5/5
606 Reviews
Hot Spring
A famous tourist attraction in Hakone, Owaku-dani Valley is the remains of a volcanic crater formed over 3,000 years ago from a volcanic eruption. It is also a major source of hot springs in Hakone. The geothermal landscape proves to be a spectacular sight, with mountain rocks laying bare against the green trees of Hakone and spewing out hot steam from between their cracks. Visitors can overlook the remains of the crater that is shrouded in a white mist, from which it is also possible to see the beautiful scenery of Mount Fuji and the mountains of Hakone. You can also try the regional specialty of black eggs.
Yokohama Chinatown
4.4/5
356 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Yokohama Chinatown is a famous Chinatown in Japan and even Asia. It is one of Japan's three Chinatowns, the other two being Kobe Nanjing Town and Nagasaki Shinji Chinatown. You can even feel the charm of the Chinatown before setting foot on the street. On the wall is a giant hand-painting advertising picture of the Chinatown which allows you to easily find where it is without an inside plan or road signs just by following the instructions of those beautiful and elegant cheongsam shops and archways.

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