Ichinomiya in Japan, from Asia region, is best know for Parks. Discover best things to do in Ichinomiya with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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From the Source to the mouth of Nagara River The tank reproduces the scenery of Nagara River from its upstream to the river mouth. It is so real that it seems as though it’s been cut out from the actual scenery. We have reproduced the waterfall and the gorge at the river source. Enjoy this serene atmosphere; a perfect getaway from hectic city life. The Living Creatures in Asia and Africa Go out on an adventure and explore the world. In this section, you will meet various species living in the rivers and the lakes of Asia and Africa. They have evolved in their own way to survive through the environmental changes. Living Creatures in Amazon Amazon is the largest river basin in the world. Come and meet the Pirarucu which can be as long as 4 m and weigh up to 200 kg, the Giant Catfish, the Characins, and the Silver Arowana. See how they swim in the tank slowly and gracefully. There are abundant Freshwater fishes in the Amazon.
There are plenty of marine Aquariums around Japan, but this one is specifically Freshwater. Huge variety of exhibits, and probably one of the only places you'll see things like the Japanese giant salamander.
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Last autumn, we took our grandson here to let him play with playground equipment that is fixed all the year around. We often come here with family because various event takes place here through four seasons. Sometimes you can see the charter buses for tourist or the school bus for kindergartners at the parking of this park.
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I didn't expect to see traditional festival dancing in this festival so was pleasantly surprised when I did see it! Tons of food and shop vendors. Several city blocks closed to this festival. Went on first night so it closed early, 9pm.
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Konomiya's Hadaka Matsuri is based on a traditional Shinto ritual, Owari Okunitama Shrine's Naoi Shinji, or "Dispelling of Misfortune Ritual." Held on January 13 on Japan's old lunar calendar, the festival sees thousands of men-particularly those at the critical ages of 42 and 25-descend upon the shrine clad only in bleached loincloths, or simply white tabi socks and nothing else. From among these crowds emerge holy men in white kimonos, and the struggle among the festivalgoers to be touched by the holy men and supposedly be spiritually cleansed can get quite fierce. The buckets of water carried by the men can give off steam from all the surrounding body heat, making for a stirring-yet quite feverish-sight.
Hadaka Matsuri, which is literally a “Naked Festival” in English, is held only once in a year on a particular day of February at Owarinokunitama Shrine (known as Konomiya Shrine).
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