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Niigata's Most Popular Power Spot and The Town of Production

Niigata's Most Popular Power Spot and The Town of Production

There are a number of places to feel history here: Yahiko Shrine has been a rock of the people for hundreds of years, Tsubame-Sanjo's blacksmithing and cutlery industry has been attracting worldwide attention, and the streets of Kamo City are often called "Little Kyoto". Don't miss the local gourmet foods such as Tsubame Back Fat Ramen and Sanjo Curry Ramen.

Yahiko Shrine: A Historic and Dignified Power Spots

Yahiko Shrine: A Historic and Dignified Power Spots

One of the best power spots in the prefecture, many come to wish for success in their marriage. Taking the ropeway to the peak of Mt. Yahiko, you can enjoy the panoramic view from the top, where you can see as far as Sado island.

Western Cutlery: 100 Years of History and the Largest Market Share in Japan

Western Cutlery: 100 Years of History and the Largest Market Share in Japan

Metalware cutlery production is very successful in this area, making knives, forks and spoons. The cutlery here has attraction attention from all over the world for its design and functionality. You can take a tour of an open factory or enjoy making something yourself!

Tsubame Back Fat Ramen: Rich and Dense Flavor

Tsubame Back Fat Ramen: Rich and Dense Flavor

Tsubame City's Back Fat Ramen is known for its rich flavor. While it is traditionally made with a rich soy sauce flavor, you can also try it with a dried sardine base, chicken broth, or even rich pork bone broth. We recommend walking around and trying a few!

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