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川越市

川越市

川越市位於埼玉縣的西南部,素有“小江戶”之稱,擁有許多江戶時代(1603年—1867年)的文化遺產和歷史古蹟,整座城市還被指定為日本的傳統傳統的建築物群儲存地區。昔日川越城主在17世紀下令製造的大鐘歷經重建,現存的是第四次修復的新鍾,它與遍佈城內的倉庫一起成了川越的象徵。在川越市中心部,有一處原模原樣地保留著江戶時代的街道——一番街。除此之外,還有日本三大羅漢地之一的喜多院、小江戶蔵裡等很多地方值得一看。川越市另一個頗為出名的地方是點心一條街。道路兩邊店鋪林立,出售糖果、山芋糕和煎餅等各種點心。每年秋天會舉行盛大的川越節,裝飾得漂亮豪華的花車高達7米,人們簇擁著它在市內巡遊,景象非常熱鬧壯觀。從東京都到川越的交通非常便利,一日遊是非常不錯的選擇哦。在川越市可以充分享受這座古城為你提供的現代城市中沒有的氛圍。

川越市 景點

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川越

Kawagoe Station is a slice of old Japan in Tokyo. It has both Tobu and JR line connections.

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川越水上公園

Located in less than 40 minutes northwest of Ikebukuro Station, Kawagoe Aquatic Park centres around a whopping great ship that protrudes from the middle of the

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築地玉壽司 Atre川越店

Tama Sushi is a long-established chain of sushi restaurants in Japan. They're one of the very few sushi restaurants that will offer diners not used to raw fish,

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Osawa House

It is the oldest storehouse in Kawagoe and designated as a national important cultural property since it represents one of the few remaining storehouses that we

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Kashiya Yokocho (Penny Candy Lane)

There are about 20 candy shops along the stone-paved Kashiya Yokocho (Penny Candy Lane) selling candy, rice crackers, dango dumplings, ice cream and other taste

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Saitama Risona Bank

The Western-style building was constructed in 1918. The building still serves as a bank and is a registered tangible cultural property.

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Kawagoe Festival Museum

This museum displays various materials and actual floats that were used for the Kawagoe Festival.

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Naritasan Kawagoe Betsuin Temple

Kawagoe's temple is usually visited as part of a tour of four temples in the area. It is also known for the antique fair held on the 28th of each month.

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Renkei-ji Temple

Many people visit here to pray for the safety of their family, safe childbirth, and child rearing.

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Koedo Kurari

This is a beer brewery founded in 1875. Four brewery buildings offer dining and shopping attractions.

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Taisho-roman-Street

Located between Hon-Kawagoe Station and the Warehouse District. The Taisho-styled architecture adds character to the walk towards the Kurazukuri.