These hills are alive with a million flowers…
What temple has the weary pilgrim found?
This dashing young man may look familiar if you’re big on Japanese history and drama – moreso if you’re interested in books you shouldn’t write in. ã€€
Where in Hyogo can you find these scores of immobile soldiers standing at attention?
This temple’s rock garden was designed to represent the beach where a teenager was killed in single combat. His death is one of the most famous in Japanese history. His killer renounced his samurai life soon after and became a Buddhist monk. This place has some serious education going on…any guesses?
I’ll give you two hints for this one: it’s not in Tokyo, and it’s not the Goblin Kingdom…as far as I know -I WAS pretty broke and pretty lost when I found this place. Where am I? What’s going on?!
This is a two-parter Maigo. Can you guess where this…particular statue…can be found? Can you also guess what this…guy…is trying to sell you? No wait, that looked weird as soon as I typed it. Okay. Never mind that part! This guy is actually the mascot of a very tasty and popular item. Oh gosh that sounds worse…you know what, never mind. Just start guessing.
Where in Hyogo can you find this miniature version of the famous Paris landmark?
Youâ€™ve most likely been to this site, but the building shown here is only sometimes open! Where in Hyogo can you find this painted ceiling?