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There is a 12.5kg solid gold bar at Sado Gold Mine Museum, but I couldn’t get it out with one hand!
Sado Island in Niigata Prefecture is 1.5 times the size of Tokyo’s 23 wards. It would be a bit too much to do on a day trip just to visit the popular tourist spots such as “Sado Gold Mine,” “Tarai Boat” and “Toki (crested ibis)”!
Kakubei Jishi Lion (Echigo Jishi Lion), a traditional performing art in Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture
the roots of folk song “Sado Okesa”
Would you like to have a beautiful Nishikigoi (colored carp) as a pet? You can keep Nishikigoi even if you do not have a pond at home! Staff of “Nishikigoi no Sato (Nishikigoi village)” take care of your Nishikigoi and you do not even have to pay for their food!
Tourist spots in Murakami City, Niigata Prefecture related to salmon called Iyoboya
Sasagawa Nagare Coastline
Jade Coast and Fossa Magna Museum
Nishimikawa Placer Gold Mine (Gold panning experience)
Murakami Castle Town in Edo Period
The travel of collecting stamp in Kashiwazaki! Let’s join Kashiwazaki fan club, travel capes of Kashiwazaki, complete all stamps and get a premium card!
“Tokamachi snow Festival” is very popular for its warm hospitality. It was fun just looking at various snow statues from artistic one to the one made by people in general. There were famous guest singers in the folk song show and there was also a Kimono show. I was very excited when I saw fireworks set off.
Was there forced labor at the Sado Gold Mine? What is the reason why it is not registered as a World Heritage Site? With recommended spots related to Sado Gold Mine
Swan of Lake Hyoko
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