The overpass is located in Xuanwu District, Beijing, in the southern axis of the city, Qianmen to Yongdingmen in the middle of the intersection of the north exit of Qiaonan Street today. This area was the southern suburb of Yuan Dynasty. After the Emperor Yongle moved to Beijing, the Temple of Heaven and the Temple of Farmers were built, but the area was still in the southern suburbs. In the Jiajing years of the Ming Dynasty, the outer city was built, and the place became the center of the outer city.
On the beach of Amanohashidate, there are various lighting events at different times to create a summer atmosphere.
Every Sunday from July 12th to August 9th, there is an event called Amanohashidate Street Lighting Walk, Amanohashidate street lights and colorful Umbrella performances, and you can enjoy the fantastic lighting scenery of different day and night.
In addition to lighting, live performances, and night cruises at the gate of Jionji Temple, participating businesses such as souvenir shops and restaurants provide various services.
Fantastic view and peacful astmosphere. The rope rail riding to the viewing platform is a good way for enjoying the view.
Amanohashidate is a long sandbank with a length of 3.2 kilometers and a width of 40-100 meters surrounded by approximately 7,000 pine trees. In the Miyazu Bay of the Sea of Japan, northwest of Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It runs north-south, with the Aso Sea (inland sea) to the west and Miyazu Bay (the Sea of Japan) to the east. Because it is located in Kyoto Prefecture, where the emperor and the national government were located in the old days, there are ancient tombs found nearby, and the burial objects excavated have considerable historical research value.
[Kyoto, Amanohashidate, Sunahama] There are "BAR LES PINS" events on the beach of Amanohashidate under the line. Kyotango, Tamba, and Tajima’s famous restaurants will set up stalls selling local snacks for regional revitalization activities. They are very delicious. Of course, there will be a light up event in the evening, and there will be a fireworks display every Sunday. During the day, you can also take a boat trip and feed the seagulls, which is also very interesting
Preston_Dominguez: Monju, Miyazu, Kyoto 626-0001, Japan
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