Viewing the Ukiyoe art-work of Kuniyosi, Hiroshige and Utamaro in Fujisawashuku, Tokaido
Shonan Area 3h 1
The Fujisawa Ukiyo-e Museum is home to a collection of Ukiyo-e that boasts the work of world-famous artists Kuniyoshi, Hiroshige and Utamaro. Here you can also look through many items and documents concerning the history of Fujisawashuku as depicted in Hiroshige's 'The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō'. Spend a day in Fujisawa and take yourself back in time to the olden days.
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This temple is the main temple of the Jishu sect, founded by Ippen Shonin in the Kamakura period. The highlight of this place is the large Ginkgo Tree which ...
Discover the offerings of Hiratsuka and Oiso: autumn roses and the natural beauty of the Shonan area
A historical trip to a Japanese house and garden which were the venue for the Japan-U.S. Summit meeting.