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After you get on the JR and Kintesu Linel, a few minutes ride will take you to Nara Station. And from there, you only need to take a 5 minutes’ walk, then you will arrive at the Kofukuji Temple, Nara City. If you get there at the exact time of the year, say the third week on Friday and Saturday of...

If you start at the Kintetsu Nara Station, then you’d better take the Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Kasuga Taisha Honden. And a seven minutes ride will lead...

The spot of this festival is quite near the Kasuga Taisha Honden bus stop. And JR or Kintetsu Line will lead your way there. But before you go there make...

After you get on the JR Ako Line at the Okayama Station, a few minutes train will lead your way to the Saidaiji Station. And from Saidaiji Station it...

This is a festival of dancing and singing. And if you want to join the local people it is quite easy. A ten minutes’ walk from JR Tokushima Station...

After you find the Yosan Line, get on it at the Matsuyama Station until you stop at the JR Uwajima Station after 1 hour and 20 minutes ride. And then...

The spot of this festival is quite near the Tenjin Station, which is on the Fukuoka Municipal Subway Line from Hakata Station. So it won’t take too...

After you get out of the Nakasu-Kawabata Station or the JR Hakata Station on the Kuko (Airport) Line on the Fukuoka City Subway a five minutes’ walk...

If you can fine the Kuko (Airport) Line on the Fukuoka City Subway, or on the JR Chikuhi Line in your nearby places, this means eighty minutes from the...

If you want to join this festival, you should first take a forty minutes bus ride on the Kyushu Sanko Bus, whose destination is Yamaga Onsen, from the...