Shibuya is the economic center of Tokyo, Japan.  About Shibuya is the most known is the story “The Great Hachiko Dog” or “Hachiko faithful dog”  Hachiko Statue is in front of the  Shibuya Station.


Hachiko (Nov 10,1923 – March 8, 1935) Hachiko dog is breed Akita, born in Odate Akita, Japan. it was came to stay with Hidesaburo Ueno a professor of agriculture at the University of Tokyo since the age of 2 months. In morning Hidesaburo Ueno must travel to teach at the university by the train at Shibuya Station. Hachiko  will send you to the front door and in the evening when it’s time 15.00. Hashiko will go to get its master at the train station every day.

On May 21, 1925 Prof. Ueno has Symptoms artery in the brain and died while at university. After the death of Prof. Ueno and his wife moved, she was took Hachiko give to the relatives of the professor who live far away but Hachiko still ran back to its master at the train station at 15:00. Every day. By Kikusaburo Kobayashi, a former gardener of Prof. Ueno who lives near  the train station, take care Hachiko.
On March 8, 1935 Hachiko lay dying in the place where it usually comes as a 10 years wait for a boss.

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In year 1932, the loyalty of Hachiko was published on the newspaper of Japan. Japanese people are to praise Hachiko is a great role model for the children too. Empress of Japan had to ordered to a bronze Hachiko Statue in 1934 and to set in front the Shibuya Station. And they are also made a movie “Hachi A Dog’s Story”, by Richard Gere Actor.
Shibuya is the economic center of Tokyo, is a source of entertainment, fashion clothing etc..and the highlight is the 5 separate, crosswalk with a lot of people went through. And here is the point for the tourists who want to came to Tokyo to try come here for one time.
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We came to Japan so must trying  to eat by original recipe, Tokoyaki  for 300 Yen, Instant Ramen for 100 Yen,  Dorayaki dessert for 100 Yen (Doremon Cartoon like to eat) and free coffee at the hotel where us stay, it is coffee powder, bag paper filter after pouring hot water.
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The Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day from 13 to 15 April. It coincides with the New Year of many calendars of South and Southeast Asia. The festive occasion is in keeping with the Buddhist/Hindu solar calendar. The traditional water pouring is meant as a symbol of washing away all of their sins and the bad and is sometimes filled with fragrant herbs when celebrated in the traditional manner.

Songkran Elsewhere : Songkran is celebrated as Sangken in northeastern areas of India, as the traditional New Year’s Day by the Buddhist Community. The Sangken festival is celebrated by the people of the Khampti tribe. The festival is also celebrated by Singpho, Khamyang, Tikhaks (Tangsa) and Phakyal community of Arunachal Pradesh, and Tai Phake community of Assam. Sangken generally falls in the month of ‘Naun Ha’, the fifth month of the year of the Khampti Lunar calendar coinciding with the month of April. It is celebrated in the last days of the old year and the Lunar New Year begins on the day just after the end of the festival.

The tradition of soaking people (mostly women) with water is typical in Slovakia and the Eastern Czech Republic during the original Easter celebrations on the beginning of April.

In some villages in South India, especially Karnataka, a festival called Okhali or Okhli is celebrated where every household keeps a barrel of water mixed with chalk and turmeric and throw it on passers-by. The date of Okhali coincides with that of Songkran in Thailand and Thingyan in Myanmar and not with the dates of Holi which is a north Indian festival.

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By KanyaBotan.

After we leave from The Ferris Wheels in Yokohama Cosmo World, on the way I see this building is very striking this is Land Mark Tower.


Nippon Maru Ship, Located near Sakuragicho Station. Built in 1930 as a training ship in particular. Throughout the 54 years of the ship Nippon Maru was used. A cadet nearly 12,000 people came up to learn how to drive this ship. And has sailed the equivalent of 45.5 trips around the world, or nearly 2 million kilometers. It was retired in 1984, equivalent in Minato Mirai area infront Land Mark Tower in Yokohama. Admission free But now it is closed.


My Japanese friend take us by subway and walk till to this restaurant (I don’t know where I’m right now just only walk followed him) Inside the restaurant have Shoe Cabinet and change the shoes for walk inside, Red carpet stairs. The top layer is divided into chambers. In both sitting on the floor and sit on a chair and table. Food is set Staff lovely in kimono explain how to eat each set. The first set is the Sashimi set with side dishes such as tofu, steamed egg, sticky dough, vegetable and eaten with Wasabi.

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The second set is the hot pot. Staff explained that put everything into the pot of soup, except fish, waiting for everything to boiling so will dip the fish into the soup. And the Ice cream is dessert. She took photo for us because us are  tourists from Thailand.



By KanyaBotan.

Great Buddha of Kamakura Japan or Daibuzu Buddha is means “Big Buddha” Located at Kotoku-in Temple in Kamakura Japan. Open 08.00 – 17.00 hrs. Admission:  adults 200 Yen, for children 150 Yen. Great Buddha of Kamakura name is Amida Nyoyurai Buddha Statue built by bronze, height of 13.35 meters. The Buddha high 11-meter and weighs approximately 122 tons. Completion Year 1252

พระใหญ่ เมืองคามาคุระ หรือ พระใหญ่ ไดบุตสึ (Daibuzu) ซึ่งแปลว่า “พระพุทธองค์ใหญ่” (Great Buddha of Kamakura) ตั้งอยู่ที่ วัดโคโตกุอิน (Kotoku-in Temple)  เมืองคามาคุระ (Kamakura) ญี่ปุ่น เปิด 08.00 – 17.00 น. ค่าเข้าชมผู้ใหญ่ 200 เยน เด็ก 150 เยน พระองค์ใหญ่ ชื่อพระอมิตตาพุทธ เนียวไร (Amida Nyoyurai) สร้างด้วยสำริด ความสูง 13.35 เมตร ตัวองค์พระสูง 11 เมตร น้ำหนักประมาณ 122 ตัน สร้างเสร็จปี พ.ศ. 1795

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Tourists can visit the inside of the great Buddha, 20 Yen / person. Inside is a small stairs, narrow, dark but there is a light from the rear of the Buddha and the neon sign telling to how to create the Great Buddha. / See more :

นักท่องเที่ยวสามารถเข้าไปชมด้านในพระองค์ใหญ่ได้ ค่าเข้าชม 20 เยน / คน ภายในจะเป็นบันไดขนาดเล็ก แคบ มืด แต่มีแสงจากช่องด้านหลังขององค์พระ และ มีป้ายนีออนบอกวิธีการสร้างองค์พระ / ดูเพิ่มเติม :

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By KanyaBotan.

Hasedera Temple is located in the city of Kamakura in Kanaga Province, was the former capital of Japan for more than 141 years, Located southwest of Tokyo. Hasedera Temple is one of the most important temples in the provinces Kamakura, is the most important temples in the sect’s Jodo in Japan. Open 08:00 to 17:30 Adults 300 Yen, 100 Yen for children for a ticket. Traditionally of the Japanese temple must have a small pond for hand washing before entering the temple but today, (March 11, 2015) the temple is renovate in the main sanctuary of the temple. However, tourists continue to worship Guanyin 11 face carved from wood, covered with gold,height 9.18 meters (Do not photo).

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The Jizo Statues is a symbol of Children’s soul who don’t have born or abortion before birth. The parents can choose a statue in the garden and decorate it with clothing and toys.


Hall of Tripitaka is Japanese garden in front. Inside is the keep the Bibles. The reels are made of wood, beautifully carved, it’s was can swivel, but can’t swivel right now. Side is Japanese bamboo garden so shady.

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We walk up the hill, walkway with stairs for see view the scenic seaside community. But the measure has held viewpoint to see Yuigahama Beach for visitors below.


Came down from the hill of temple. Walk to the left of the temple, have a Torii and a cave so can to walk to inside, the Buddha carved out of the cave walls, a small pond and walkway for to exit.


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By KanyaBotan.

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