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Nice town to stroll in, interesting local pottery art scene, nice shops, temples, restaurants

This is a very pleasant town to stroll in that is definitely out in the country. On one of the... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2016
Don P
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Dallas, Texas, United States
Enjoyable explore

More than the castle, the town surrounding has a lot of charm and interesting spots to visit. There... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2014
Felicity_Hashimura
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Ikoma, Japan
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10 Apr 2016
“Nice town to stroll in, interesting local pottery art scene, nice shops, temples, restaurants”
6 Jan 2014
“Enjoyable explore”
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Reviewed 10 April 2016

This is a very pleasant town to stroll in that is definitely out in the country. On one of the local country roads we saw a Japanese Monkey. The roads in the city are not too busy and there are nice shops to stop in,...More

Thank Don P
Reviewed 6 January 2014

More than the castle, the town surrounding has a lot of charm and interesting spots to visit. There are streets of samurai residents, and a well preserved house of a city retainer - now a museum. More quirky, though very tasty, was the sake museum...More

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Reviewed 22 December 2013

A nice quiet village to wander around and buy some local fruit and veg. I visited a couple of places. The Ammas Museum is a small dwelling showing the lifestyle of old (200 years ago). It is well kept and has a nice little water...More

Thank Benjamin O
Reviewed 14 May 2013

I can't read Kanji, but I think this page is the area near Sasayama castle. Within a few hundred metres or so of the castle there are lots of old Edo-era buildings in quiet little side streets arranged around the castle moat. There are a...More

2  Thank JonRambo
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