就是不高兴16I visited one of the stops in Japan last week. In fact, this time I went to Japan mainly because I was a fan of Conan, and I have loved it since 1999. The Conan Museum is located in Kitaei Town, Tottori Prefecture. It is also called Conan Town. The whole town is not big but full of Conan elements. There are a large number of Conan manuscript movie posters and many souvenirs for sale in this museum. Aoyama's studio is also displayed in the museum proportionally. This master It is also very amazing. The marriage with Conan’s seiyuu once caused a sensation. I am looking forward to the domestic introduction of the latest movie version.
翱翔的大鲨鱼A temple that seems to be floating in space! As one of the many temples of Mitu Mountain Road, it is located in the vertical depressions on both sides of the cliff, making it feel like it is hanging in the air. In the past, many ascetics climbed the sacred mountain on the trail, savoring its elegant structure and the tranquility it provided.
In order to protect the environment, it is best not to climb on crutches or spikes, so that those who like to look far can enjoy it at nearby observation points.
T-Y-maxIt was the 25th year of serialization by detective Conan, who accompanied me to my youth. It was really laid back and a simple life in a small Japanese town (I'm sure I have Sashi-san and eight eggs). Conan elements are rich, but feel if combined with the new era animation special effects, Internet video and other technical changes will be better, otherwise are static statues. Also, many new characters have not appeared, Amurito, Showi, the lotus leaf, black tissue and other elements missing.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Wonderful place with a long history and quiet environment. It is even more elegant. There is a strong cultural atmosphere here. Quite a little bridge and flowing water people. In fact, it is the common consciousness of the Confucian cultural circle to place love between mountains and rivers, both in China and Japan.
coo***anI don't have much time, so I visited from the sailing hall. I don't know where the launch hall is, but I can see it through binoculars across the bridge. I don't know how it was built on such a cliff. If you have physical strength, we suggest you go to the top.
ManjaOne hour is enough as it is not a place to stay for a long time, but it is worth a look. About 10 minutes by bus from Kurashiki Station to Miyagawacho or the north exit of Kurayoshi Park Plaza. There are many souvenirs related to pears, and it is impressive that there are so many.