It has been handed down from ancient Japan such as Itsukushima Shrine, Kinkakuji Temple, and Izumo Taisha Shrine.
We will make a diorama of a Japanese garden with attractive historical buildings, Japanese culture and traditional beauty.
We have received numerous requests from people overseas to create a memorable piece of art that is very popular.
Kinkakuji Temple (Rokuonji Temple) (Kita Ward, Kyoto City)
Kinkakuji Temple is a temple located in Kita-ku, Kyoto City.
The official name of the temple is "Rokuonji", but it is called "Kinkakuji" because it is famous for its gilded Shari-den.
In 1994, it was registered as a World Cultural Heritage site.
It is listed in history textbooks and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kyoto.
Itsukushima Shrine (Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture)
Itsukushima Shrine is located on Itsukushima (Miyajima) in Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture.
The shrine pavilion, built as if floating on the sea, is said to be an attempt to build a shrine in the Neden style.
More than 20 buildings, each with a different architectural style from the Heian period, are connected by a 280-meter corridor.
In 1996, it was registered as a World Cultural Heritage site.
Izumo Taisha Shrine (Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture)
Izumo Taisha is a shrine located in Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture.
Izumo Taisha Shrine is dedicated to Okuninushi-no-Mikoto, the famous god of marriage.
It is said that in October of the lunar calendar, all the gods in Japan gather at Izumo Taisha Shrine.
Ryoanji Temple (Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City)
Ryoanji Temple is one of the most visited places in Kyoto by tourists.
Ryoanji Temple has one of the most beautiful gardens, and the stone garden is considered to be the best in Japan.
In 1994, it was registered as a World Cultural Heritage site.
Adachi Museum of Art (Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture)
The Adachi Museum of Art is a registered museum in Shimane Prefecture, focusing on modern Japanese paintings, located in Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture.
It was established in 1970 by a successful businessman, Zenko Adachi, who wanted to give back to his hometown.
There are many beautiful Japanese gardens with different styles such as "Karesansui Garden" and "White Sand and Blue Pine Garden".
It has been selected as the best Japanese garden in the world.
Enkoji Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City)
Enkoji Temple was founded in the 1600s by Ieyasu Tokugawa as the Rakuyou School.
Jugyunoniwa is also known as one of the best places to see autumn leaves in Kyoto.
The pillars of the hall are used as picture frames, allowing visitors to enjoy the garden as if it were a painting.
Kenrokuen Garden (Kanazawa City, Ishikawa)
Kenrokuen is one of the three most famous gardens in Japan, along with Mito Kairakuen and Okayama Korakuen.
The garden was built on the outer wall of Kanazawa Castle and was shaped by successive lords of the Maeda family.
With a total area of 110,000 square meters, this magnificent garden has all the characteristics that a great garden should have.
During the year-end and New Year's holidays, you can enjoy light-up snow sculptures.
Sagrada Familia (Spain)
The Sagrada Familia is a church in Barcelona, Spain, and one of Antonio Gaudi's masterpieces.
Construction began in 1882 by his predecessor, and Gaudí took over the design the following year.
It is still under construction and was registered as a World Heritage Site (cultural heritage) in 2005 as "Works of Antoni Gaudi".
Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany)
The Neuschwanstein Castle was built in the 19th century by King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Nearby is the Hohenschwangau Castle, where King Ludwig II spent his childhood and which was owned by his father.
It is a popular tourist attraction as the end point of the Romantic Road.
Mont Saint-Michel (France)
Mont Saint-Michel is one of the Catholic pilgrimage sites and is known as the "Western Wonders".
Mont Saint-Michel and its surrounding bay were inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.
In October 1994, it was registered as a Ramsar site.
Great Wall of China (China)
It was built in 214 B.C. during the Qin Dynasty by Emperor Shi Huang to intercept the invasion of foreign tribes from the north.
Repeatedly rebuilt and relocated by several dynasties, most of the existing "Great Wall of China" was built in the Ming Dynasty.
It was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
Forbidden City (China)
The Forbidden City is a palace built in the great capital of the Yuan Dynasty (Mongol Empire) and renovated by Emperor Chengjo Yongle of the Ming Dynasty starting in 1406.
After the capital was moved from Nanjing to Beijing in 1421, it was used as a palace until the fall of the Qing Dynasty.
It was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
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