The bubbling amber water here contains minerals said to cure ailments. Ancient leaves that work their way up the pipes into the tub are...
Daimyo Clock Museum (Daimyō Tokei Hakubutsukan)
Before the 1860s, the only people who could see the wonderful clocks displayed in this one-room, ramshackle museum were samurai lords....
Tōshōgū, like its counterpart in Nikkō, is dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified Japan. The shrine, resplendent in gold leaf and...
Lonely Planet review
In an updated Meiji-era house, delectable skewers of kushiage (fried meat, fish and vegetables) are counterbalanced by small, refreshing side dishes. Lunch courses are eight sticks, and dinner courses start with six. Add-on courses available from ¥1365.