This is where I go when I need a breath of fresh air..Amagasaki, Hyogo Pref Japan. Q's Mall 😊

This is where I go when I need a breath of fresh air..Amagasaki, Hyogo Pref Japan. Q's Mall 😊

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan. Also known as Shirasagi-jo "white heron castle." The grandest of Japan's 12 remaining feudal castles, dates back to 1333. In 1581 the castle was completely remodeled.

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan. Also known as Shirasagi-jo "white heron castle." The grandest of Japan's 12 remaining feudal castles, dates back to 1333. In 1581 the castle was completely remodeled.

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan Find cheap flights at best prices : http://jet-tickets.com/?marker=126022

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan Find cheap flights at best prices : http://jet-tickets.com/?marker=126022

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan

Himeji Castle, Hyogo, Japan

Kobe Luminarie, Japan: A light festival held in Kobe, Japan, every December since 1995 to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of that year.

Kobe Luminarie, Japan: A light festival held in Kobe, Japan, every December since 1995 to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of that year.

Inside of the Akashi Bridge, Kobe, Japan.  Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Inside of the Akashi Bridge, Kobe, Japan. Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Beautiful light display, Kobe Luminarie, Kobe Japan. To remember the Great Hanshin Earthquake, offering people courage and hope.

Beautiful light display, Kobe Luminarie, Kobe Japan. To remember the Great Hanshin Earthquake, offering people courage and hope.

Takeda Castle Ruins, Hyogo, Japan. Takeda Castle was built on this site in the path of aggression between Harima/Tanba and Tajima regions as a stronghold of Izushi Castle. It was built by Ohtagaki Mitsukage, a retainer of Yamana Sozen, lord of the area, in 1441. Ohtagaki, who had been a military commander of the Yamana clan for 5 generations became lord of the castle.

Takeda Castle Ruins, Hyogo, Japan. Takeda Castle was built on this site in the path of aggression between Harima/Tanba and Tajima regions as a stronghold of Izushi Castle. It was built by Ohtagaki Mitsukage, a retainer of Yamana Sozen, lord of the area, in 1441. Ohtagaki, who had been a military commander of the Yamana clan for 5 generations became lord of the castle.

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