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Video information on Kansai presented by The Foundation for Kansai Region Promotion
Welcome to Fukui Prefecture Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
Welcome to Fukui Prefecture.My name is Xu and I am from Zhejiang Province in China.I would like to tell you about famous places and cuisine in Fukui...

Eihei-ji Temple Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Yoroppa-ken Mikata Five Lakes
The head temple of Japan’s Soto School of Buddhism. This museum is one of the three biggest dinosaur museums in the world. The first owner of Yoroppa-ken studied cooking in Germany. It is made up of five lakes: Lake Mikata, Lake Suigetsu, Lake Suga, Lake Hiruga, and Lake Kugushi.
Eihei-ji Temple Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
This is Eihei-ji, the head temple of Japan's Soto School of Buddhism. ...

Eihei-ji Temple Sanmon Sanshokaku Daikuin
Eihei-ji is located in Eiheiji-cho in Fukui Prefecture, and its total area spans 33 hectares. 150 priests from all over Japan devote themselves to ascetic training here. The ceiling panels are decorated with 223 paintings done by 144 famous artists. Daikuin is the kitchen of Eihei-ji, and all the food that the monks eat is made here.
Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
Fukui Prefecture has the most dinosaur excavation sites in Japan. This museum is one of the three biggest dinosaur museums in the world, along with ...

Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Escalator The Fukuiraptor Excavation Site to Open to the Public in Summer 2014 
Fukui Prefecture has the most dinosaur excavation sites in Japan. When you enter the museum, get off the escalator, and arrive on the first basement level. Here the Fukuiraptor is on display. This was the first complete fossil to be restored in Japan. Why don’t you come and experience it hands-on?
Yoroppa-ken Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
It is Sauce Katsu-don. “Katsu-don” in Fukui means Sauce Katsu-don. ...

Yoroppa-ken Inside of a shop Check-out desk Sauce Katsu-don
I would like to introduce Fukui’s local specialty food. “Katsu-don” in Fukui means Sauce Katsu-don. The first owner of Yoroppa-ken studied cooking in Germany. To make this dish the chef pounds down top-quality beef fillets, cuts them, sprinkles tiny bread crumbs on top.
Awara Onsen Grandia Housen Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
Welcome to Awara Onsen! The woman in a kimono greeting guests in the lobby is this establishment's proprietress. We are about two hours away fro...

Female proprietor Guest room Guest room Guest room
Welcome to Awara Onsen.The woman in a kimono greeting guests in the lobby is this establishment’s proprietress. We are about two hours away from Osaka. There are hot spring wells in various locations, and each has different qualities. The alkaline water of this spring is rich in minerals.
Mikatagoko Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
This is Mikatagoko. It is made up of five lakes: Lake Mikata, Lake Suigetsu, Lake Suga, Lake Hiruga, and Lake Kugushi. ...

Mikatagoko Eel Dishes Mountaintop park sanctuary for lovers Gauge to Date Fossils and Relics up to 50,000 Years Old
It is made up of five lakes: Lake Mikata, Lake Suigetsu, Lake Suga, Lake Hiruga, and Lake Kugushi. Locals are passionate about environmental protection activities. The mountaintop park is a lovers’ spot, and many couples fasten locks here. Mud from the bottom of the lakes is used as a gauge to study ancient times.
Toujinbou Non- Japanese residents introduce the charms of Kansai. (Vol.1)
This is one of the top three strangest sights in the world, Toujinbou ...

Toujinbou
This is one of the top three strangest sights in the world, Toujinbou. Cliffs extend for 25 meters above the Sea of Japan. It was chosen as one of the 100 best places in Japan to watch the sunset. It is also designated as a place of scenic beauty and a nature conservation region. Every autumn, there are events where you can listen to music while watching the sunset.
Sakai - Macha (Tea) Tabinohoshi Sakai, Japan vol.10
Born and raised in Sakai, Rikyu perfected the wabi-cha style, serving powerful warlords Oda Nobunaga and then Toyotomi Hideyoshi. ...

Street Car Rikyu residence Rikyu Macha (Tea)
On a streetcar to Sakai At the site of his residence remains a roofed camellia well. A fulfilling look at Rikyu and his wabi-cha style in Sakai. Enjoying matcha and Japanese sweets while viewing the garden.
Ise Jigu - Geku Tabinohoshi Ise Jigu Geku, Japan vol.9
Geku: enshirined here is Toyouke Omikami, the goddess of food and grains. ...

Tuitachi Mairi Shikinen Sengu The Sengyo transfer ceremony Ise Kawasaki Shonin-kan
It's an Ise custom to visit Ise Jingu on the first of the month. held every 20 years - all sanctuary buildings are moved and the kami's symbol is moved. is reproduced on a 1:6 scale. This building once belonged to an Edo-period liquor wholesaler.
Ise Jingu - Naiku Tabinohoshi Ise Jingu Naiku, Japan vol.8
Ise Jingu is the home of the Japanese spirit. Enshrined in the Naiku Inner Shrine, is  Amaterasu Omikami, the ancestor of the Japanese Imperi...

The Shogu, the main building of the shrine Oharai-machi Akafuku, Japanese traditional sweets Futami-ga-Ura
Objects of worship will be reinstalled in this rebuilt Nii-miya. Located near the Naiku. An Edo townscape is reproduced. one of Ise's specialities. known as a post town for pilgrims to Ise Grand Shrine.