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Japan’s Blacksmithing Legacy in Sengoku Warring States Era

Nestled in the tranquil valley of the Kusano River, Kajiyacho stands as a village with a deep-rooted blacksmithing heritage that dates back to medieval Japan. Under the rule of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a prominent figure in Japanese history who once governed the Nagahama area, Kajiyacho became a crucial center for producing armor and spears during the […]

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Enchanting Lake: A Tapestry of Legends and Tranquil Scenery

The enigmatic lake, steeped in ancient legends, stretches approximately 6.4 kilometers along its shores. Throughout the year, the lake exhibits its captivating allure, attracting enthusiasts of cycling and hiking. Along the Yogo riverbank, the vibrant fusion of rapeseed flowers and cherry blossoms captivates visitors during spring, while in winter, many engage in smelt fishing, offering

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