Things To Do In mitoyo-shi#Architecture


Special Things To Do characterized by Architecture to travel in mitoyo-shi that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.

Architecture

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Tsushima Jinja Shrine

The Shrine for Children on the Setouchi Sea whose Door Opens only Once a Year

They enshrine the god for children's health and growth. Floating 250m from the seashore on the Stouchi Sea, it's gate is opened only once a year. Many people all over Japan visit this big event to pray for the children's good health.

An Evening Scene of the Festival Day Praying For Children's Growth and Health

This annual event is held from early morning to the midnight, and the sunset is specially nice. After the sun setting, a fantastic light up of the shrine appears.

Awashima Ocean Memorial Hall

Retro & Photogenic Japan's First Sailor School

It's a Japan's first school for sailor (closed in1987). A nostalgic pale green building is now a memorial hall with exhibitions such as ship models.

Kamonokoshi

A Legendary Beach Where Urashima Taro Helped A Turtle

It's said to be the right beach where Urashima Taro helped a bullied turtle appearing in a fairy tale. A small island and twilight scenery are nice and have a mysterious atmosphere.

A Sandy Road Appearing Only At Low Tide

Only at low tide, a sandy beach appears and you can go to the Maruyama Island on the other side. It's similar to the Angel Road in Shodo Island that appears only the limited period.

Missing Post Office

A Post Office Where The Letters Gather Beyond The Time & Space

Missing Post Office receive the letters written for yourselves in the future or someone you can't see any more. It's one of the art project, and exhibits the letters without addresses to be read by someone you don't know.

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