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Spacious land containing the second largest lake in Japan. The breathtaking Fukuroda-no-taki Falls can also be found in the area.
Ibaraki is located in the center of the Honshu (the main land of Japan) and about 40 km away from Tokyo. Facing the Pacific Ocean on the east, Ibaraki is divided into three parts - the mountainous area in the north, the center-to-south stretch of the Kanto Plain and the area containing the Tone-gawa River and its tributary streams.
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Mito-Kairaku-en Garden / Ibaraki
Mito-Kairaku-en Garden is regarded as one of the three great gardens of Japan along with Kenroku-e in Kanazawa and Koraku-en in Okayama.3,000 plum trees of 100 varieties are currently planted in the garden, giving us a wonderful fragrance of early spring.
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Hitachi Church / Ibaraki
Address:Kamiminecho2-10-6 Hitachi city Ibaraki
Access:Hitachi St.(JR Joban Line)
Tel:0294-21-0927
Mass:Sun 10:00am
English Mass:2ndSun 3:00pm
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Naka Church / Ibaraki
Address:Nukatahigashigou480-1 Naka city Ibaraki
Access:Nukata St.(JR Suigo Line)
Tel:029-295-6520
Mass:Sun 9:00am,Sat 7:30am,Fri 10:ooam
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Mito Church / Ibaraki
Address:Gokencho2-4-37 Mito city Ibaraki
Access:Mito St.(JR Joban Line)
Tel:029-221-3976
Mass:Sun 9:30am,Sat 6:30pm
English Mass:1st&3rdSun 3:00pm
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Tomobe Church / Ibaraki
Address:Otacho1071 Kasama city Ibaraki
Access:Tomobe St.(JR Joban Line)
Tel:0296-77-0047
Mass:Sun 9:30am,Weekday 7:00am
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Shimodate Church / Ibaraki
Address:Ko305 Chikusei city Ibaraki
Access:Shimodate St.(JR Mito Line)
Tel:0296-24-9665
Mass:Sun 10:00am,Fri 10:00am
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Koga Church / Ibaraki
Address:Higashi3-7-37 Koga city Ibaraki
Access:Koga St.(JR Utsunomiya Line)
Tel:0280-32-5601
Mass:Sun 9:30am,Sat 7:00pm
English Mass:4thSun 9:30am
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Joso Church / Ibaraki
Address:Konoyamanojo1443-8 Joso city Ibaraki
Access:Ishige St.(Kanto LIne)
Tel:0297-43-8280
Tagalog Mass:1st&4thSun 1:00pm
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Tsuchiura Church / Ibaraki
Address:Omachi9-6 Tsuchiura city Ibaraki
Access:Tsuchiura St.(JR Joban Line)
Tel:029-821-1501
Mass:Sun 9:30am,Sat 5:30pm
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Tsukuba Church / Ibaraki
Address:Teshirogi261-6 Tsukuba city Ibaraki
Access:Arakawaoki St.(JR Loban Line)
Tel:029-836-1723
Mass:Sun 10:00am,Sat 6:00pm
English Mass:Sun 8:00am
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Toride Church / Ibaraki
Address:Togashira219-1 Toride city Ibaraki
Access:Inatori St.(Kanto Line)
Tel:0297-78-9235
Mass:Sun 9:30am,Sat 6:30pm
English Mass:1stSun 12:00pm
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Kashima Church / Ibaraki
Address:Onohara 1-7-3 Kamisu city Ibaraki
Access:Omigawa St.(JR Narita Line)
Tel:0299-92-1511
Mass:Sun 10:00am
English mass: 2ndSun 12:00pm
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AEON MALL in Japan
AEON MALL is a specialist shopping mall developer. Our philosophy of putting the customer first has guided our continuing efforts to create malls that enhance the quality of life.AEON MALL cooperates in the building of communities that are exciting, fun to live in and vibrant.
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Don Quijote in Japan
Don Quijotefs hours of operation are longer than general retailers, with our stores remaining open until late at night. Some of our stores even operate 24 hours/day.We can also sell famous brand goods at greatly discounted prices as we purchase them cheaply through astute use of shifts in exchange rates.
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Nitori in Japan
Nitorifs stores carry a full line of products to help customers create a pleasant, more comfortable home. Products ranging from large furniture pieces such as sofas, dining tables, credenzas and beds, to interior articles such as curtains, carpets, bedroom accessories and tableware.
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COSTCO in Japan
Wefre a membership warehouse club, dedicated to bringing our members the best possible prices on quality brand-name merchandise. With hundreds of locations worldwide, Costco provides a wide selection of merchandise, plus the convenience of specialty departments.
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Premium Outlets in Ami,Ibaraki
150 OUTLET STORES
The third Premium Outlets to open in the Kanto area after Gotemba and Sano. Conveniently located close to Ami-Higashi interchange on the Ken-O Expressway.
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Oarai in Ibaraki
The shallow beach surrounded by numerous reefs. Dolphin watching is another enjoyment in this delightful beach resort.Campsites, and yacht basins spotted along the seaside, both Oarai Beach, surrounded by reefs, and Oarai Sun Beach, boasting its shallow beach, are crowded with lots of swimmers in the mid summer.
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Toyoda Castle in Ibaraki
It is believed that Toyoda Castle (Toyoda-jo) was built by a military commander who governed this region around the middle of the 14th century. Standing on the banks of the Kokai-gawa, the castle had no donjon when it was originally built. It had a thatched roof and was probably used as a fortress that utilized the river water.
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Kashima-jingu Shrine in Ibaraki
Enshrined here is Takemikazuchi-no-Okami, the god of thunder. Takemikazuchi-no-Okami was worshipped at that time as the deity who safeguarded the power. He was fervently worshipped when the government which was centered around the western part of the Japanese archipelago spread its influence into the east.
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Kasama Inari-jinja Shrine in Ibaraki
This jinja is known as one of the three largest Inari shrines in Japan. The shrine was revered highly as the designated place of worship for the here ditary lords of the Kasama Domain, and since that time, it came to be known popularly by the familiar title of Kurumi ga shita Inari or Monzaburo Inari.
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Aqua World in Ibaraki
Aqua World is a window onto our blue-green planet Earth. Set off on a journey that begins at the waterfront in order to discover the mysteries of the ocean. At Aqua World, you may experience the mystery and beauty of the ocean. Our journey begins where warm and cold currents meet, where rivers merge with the sea.
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Art Tower Mito in Ibaraki
Art Tower Mito (ATM), symbolized by the 100-meter-tall metal tower that stands in its plaza, is a comprehensive cultural facility divided into three sections: a concert hall, a theater, and a gallery for contemporary art. Having opened in 1990 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mito's designation as an official city.
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Kasama ware in Ibaraki
Kasama-yaki ware is a traditional craft that began in the latter half of the 18th century, within the city of Kasama, using techniques passed down to the present day. This area produced a wide range of general household goods, and even after the Meiji restoration, Kasama was widely known for its kitchen containers.
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Mito-Kairaku-en Garden in Ibaraki
Late February to mid-march
Mito-Kairaku-en Garden is regarded as one of the three great gardens of Japan along with Kenroku-e in Kanazawa and Koraku-en in Okayama.3,000 plum trees of 100 varieties are currently planted in the garden, giving us a wonderful fragrance of early spring.
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Tsukuba Botanical Gardens in Ibaraki
Flower : Tropical plant
Place : Amakubo 4-1-1 Tsukuba city Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 029-855-8155
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Ibarakiken Flower Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Begonia, Dahlia
Place : Aoyagi 200 Yasatocho Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 740yen
Tel : 0299-42-4111
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Mitoshi-Shokubutsu Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Green house
Place : Kobukicho 504 Mito city Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 0292-43-9311
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Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Daffodil, Tulip
Place : Onuma 605-4 Hitachinaka city Ibaraki
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel :029-265-9001
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Fukuroda falls in Ibaraki (one of the 3 Japanese big waterfalls)

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