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If your place is quite near the JR Nagoya Station, we recommend you to take the Nagaragawa Railways. On this train, you will cost three and a half hours. Then get off the train at Gujo-Hachiman Station which is quite near the Gujo City, Gifu Prefecture. A fifteen minutes’ walk will lead your way there....

In order to get to the Suwa Shrine, the exact place where the festival takes place, you have to change your rail to bus in the mid-way. First get on the...

When you get here on May 15th, you should join the Aoi Matsuri festival, which has a history of one thousand years in Kyoto. During this festival five...

To get there, you have to change your train in the mid-way. First, if you are at JR Kyoto Station, then you should take a fifteen minutes’ ride to...

If you live quite near to the JR Kyoto Station, then strongly recommend you to take the City Bus No.5. Then get out off the bus at Kyoto Kaikan and Bijutsukan...

There are three best places for you to participate in this event. The first one is on the Kamogawa River bank, at Daimonji, which is a good place for...

If your place is just around the JR Shin-Osaka Station, we advise you to take the JR Tozai Line. And you should jump off the train at the Osaka Tenmangu...

If you are around the Sanyo Himeji Station, you should take the Sanyo Dentetsu Honsen Line. About ten minutes later you will get to the Shirahama-no-miya...

If you just arrived at the Kansai Airport, you should take the Kansai Airport Rapid Service, which is called JR Kanku Kaisoku, and get off the bus at...

If you start at the JR Kintetsu Nara Station, you should take the Shinai-Junkan Bus route. And then get off the bus at the Daibutsuden Kasuga-Taisha-mae...