Nisshinkan Samurai Children School

A School for Samurai Children “Nisshinkan”

Nisshinkan was a school of the Aizu Domain built in 1803 to nurture future human resources. Children (boys) of the samurai clan entered the school at the age of 10 to study academics, martial arts, and etiquette and to train their minds and bodies. The approximately 6.5-acre site included a martial arts hall, an astronomical …

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Yokohama Cosmo World

Yokohama Cosmo World is the perfect place when traveling with children. There is no admission fee, and you pay (buy tickets) for each ride and attraction! The area is divided into three areas, one (“WONDER AMUZE ZONE”) with large rides such as roller coasters and Ferris wheels and another (“BRANO STREET ZONE”) with medium-sized rides, …

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