There are some hidden spots that Japanese people don’t notice! Ranking of “sightseeing spots” popular with foreigners –TRiP EDiTOR

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When it comes to places that foreign tourists aspire to visit, people tend to think of the Kanto area, such as “Tokyo Tower,” “Tokyo Sky Tree,” and “Tokyo Disney Resort.” However, in fact, in various places in Japan, “Popular tourist spotsDid you know that “” is scattered?

“Chill Chill Japan”, a web media for travel information on Japan for Thais, announced “Ranking of popular tourist destinations for Thais visiting Japan 2021”, which was conducted for “Thais who are interested in Japan”.From the results you care aboutChugoku / Shikoku areaIntroducing the ranking of popular tourist destinations.

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9th place Yuushien

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Opened in 1975 by the first owner, Sakae Kadowaki, to boost tourism.Yuushien(Yushien) “. It is a masterpiece of a pond-style Japanese garden that has been built around a pond and currently boasts an area of ​​about 40,000 square meters.

In addition to the many attractions that imitate the sights of the Izumo area, such as the sacred mountain Oyama, Hii ​​River, and Lake Shinji, it is also attractive to see more flowers depending on the season.

From May to early summer every year, peony and wisteria flowers are in full bloom, and for peony, the “Peony House” is set up and you can enjoy it all year round.

There are plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy local cuisine such as soba noodles and kaiseki meals, and you can fully enjoy a walk during the day, as well as nighttime entertainment events that make full use of LEDs, underwater illuminations, and projection mapping. It is a big topic.

9th place Tottori Flower Corridor

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Japan’s largest flower park “Opened as Tottori Prefectural Government in 1999”Tottori Flower Park“.

As the name suggests, countless flowers are in full bloom in the park, and the covered corridor, where you can see the flowers even in the rain, is about 1km long.

Taking advantage of the natural appearance of the area at the foot of Mt. Oyama, we make great use of the environment. A dreamlike world spreads out, such as the “Flower Train” that allows you to go around the park in about 15 minutes, and the “Moonlight Flower Garden”, a night garden where 14,000 lights illuminate a space of about 80,000 square meters.

The main flower lily is the center of the spring, summer, autumn and winter seasonal flowers, and among them, it is the only valuable spot in Japan where all the wild lilies that grow naturally in 15 varieties are exhibited. Restaurants where you can taste exquisite ingredients from the prefecture and workshops where you can actually try are also gaining popularity.

9th place Naoshima

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Located in the Seto Inland Sea, with an area of ​​8 square kilometers and a diameter of 16 km, “Naoshima“. In the summer, the Gotanji Swimming Beach is also open and bustling, and this spot is now gaining popularity both at home and abroad as a sacred place for contemporary art.

Among all the arts scattered in various places on the island, the one that is especially popular is Yayoi Kusama’s “Red Pumpkin”. It is also the arrival point of the ferry and is a symbol of Naoshima that welcomes you at the entrance.

In the southern area, the Benesse House, an art museum that is also an accommodation facility and gathers contemporary art, has appeared. There are also restaurants and shops on the premises, and it is a spectacular sight just to visit the hall.

Don’t miss the Chichu Art Museum, where the works of famous painters such as Claude Monet are exhibited.

No. 8 Hanamume no Sato

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In the largest space in western Japan of about 40,000 square meters, rape blossom fields and tourist farms are gathered, including “moss phlox and nemophila hill” where about 450,000 moss phlox and about 1 million nemophila are planted. bottom”Hanamu no Sato“.

The bright pink moss phlox and the blue nemophila that you will fall in love with create a spectacular sight, and you can take pictures of the composition dressed like a dress in the “Princess Garden”.

Furthermore, it is a treasure trove of photogenic points such as the wall art “Shibazakura Wall” drawn with flowers.

There are lots of attention to detail, such as a souvenir shop where you can get miscellaneous goods and original products made with the image of moss phlox and nemophila, a cafe where you can meet nemophila-colored soda, and a restaurant where you can eat cherry-pink udon noodles. There is also a pony riding experience that children can enjoy.

  • Hanamu no Sato
  • 1124-11 Betsusako, Sera-cho, Sera-gun, Hiroshima
  • Official site

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