Retro Shop “Omoideya”
Throughout history, children have always loved sweets! Here you will find an assortment of beloved old brands of “dagashi,” or inexpensive sweets, as well as toys your children will love, and various memorabilia. Omoideya will make children’s eyes sparkle, and the eyes of grownups sparkle even more.
9:30 – 17:30
Inside view of shops
The story of Noko kannon and goddess
The story of Noko kannon and goddess Once upon a time, there are two kannon1 statues made of stone in a village called Nokomura2. The one is called “Otoko Kannon Sama3 (hereinafter Mr.Kannon)” and the other is called “Onna Kannon Sama4 (hereinafter Ms.Kannon).” Both...
Nokonoshima Island Park hosted Kyushu's first so-called "legal wedding," in which newlyweds from abroad can register their marriage in a Japanese public office. During the wonderful ceremony vows were exchanged on a field of sunflowers in full bloom. May the married...
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