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Green tea farm at Katsuura Wakayama, Japan

Green tea farm at Katsuura Wakayama, Japan. I TEA a good place to travel aahaha!

//Deep Blue Night at Engetsu Island, Shirahama, Wakayama, Japan | Matsuoka Comyu 円月島 #blue

円月島 白浜 和歌山県 Deep Blue Night at Engetsu Island, Shirahama, Wakayama, Japan

Dome Cottages in Toretore Village - Sirahama, Wakayama, Japan

ごろりゆったり「ビーズクッション」は簡単手作りDIY♡

Wakayama has plenty of ancient onsen spots. Saki-no-yu in Shirahama, south of Wakayama city, is a public bath right on the shore of the Pacific.

Why Wakayama is Japan's best-kept secret

Discover Wakayama: Hot springs galore, top-notch ramen and tuna-cutting lessons are highlights of this southern slice of Honshu.

Steps to the sacred shrine, Kumano Kodo, Wakayama, Japan by ippei + janine, via Flickr

Kumano Kodo, Wakayama, Japan Steps to the sacred shrine, Kumano Kodo, Japan / By Ippei & Janine Naoi

Kumano Nachi Taisha, Wakayama, Japan (by Muratagawa on Flickr)

Kumano Nachi Taisha, Wakayama, Japan - It is part of the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range, UNESCO site.

In Kinokawa City (Wakayama, Japan) there’s a peculiar train station manned by Tama, a peculiar station master. And “manned” is certainly not the right word because Tama is a cat. And Kishi Station is perhaps the only station in the world where work has been outsourced to our feline friends.

Tama – the station master cat who raised over $10 million and helped save a train line

From wiki: “Tama (たま, born April is a calico cat who is the station master and operating officer at Kishi Station in Kinokawa, Wakayama, Japan.

Koyasan japan wakayama

Okunoin Forest Graveyard in Koyasan, Wakayama. Burial place of Kobo Daishi and many other poets and intellectuals.

Gagaku theater at Nachi Shrine, Wakayama, Japan. I just went there! Legend says that the name is from Sanskrit: "Nadi" --a stream. 「那智」は梵語の「ナディ」からのと。那智の滝は神様のご神体なんです。

vinbixa: “ I love Japan / Gagaku theater at Nachi Shrine, Wakayama, Japan ”

Tama Train, Wakayama, Japan 和歌山電鐵 たま電車

The Zoe Train. or, I confess, the Tama Train,# Wakayama, Japan たま電車

Kumano Nachi Taisha Shinto shrine and Nachi Falls along the Pilgrimage Route near Nachikatsuura, Japan • photo: LTBL tv on Flickr

Kumano Nachi Taisha Shinto shrine and Nachi Falls along the Pilgrimage Route near Nachikatsuura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan

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