Miyamoto-Musashi Station is on the Ckk (Chizu Express line) in Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The station takes its name from the famous warrior MIYAMOTO Musashi, who (according to one theory) was born nearby.
SPring-8, the world's largest third-generation synchrotron radiation facility.
The shop on the Oshiro-Street is imitating an old town.
This temple was erected for families of the successive lords of Ako (the Asano, Nagai and Mori families) for their hereditary religion and for conducting funerals. Tombstones of the Loyal Samurai are preserved here.
Here is relics in the dwelling of 1800 years ago.
This play equipment is a wrecked ship style.
Aioi City is a town of shipbuilding. The population of the Aioi City is 33,000 people. There is a Harima science garden city in the northern part of the Aioi City.
Here is an olive garden. You can have the fine view of Shikoku-mountains and many islands such as Shodo-sima Island.
Green-Belt separates a residential quarter and industrial ground. This is the longest green-belt in West Japan.