Four Cities in the Hokuso Region Designated “Japan Heritage” Sites
This story, which encompasses the cities of Sakura, Narita, Sawara (in Katori), and Choshi, tells the history of the Hokuso region as a provider of goods and trade to Edo (now Tokyo) via the Tone River. This history remains in places like the samurai residence in Sakura City, the road to Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple in Narita City, the dashi float parades in the grand festivals of Sawara, and the Tokawa Fishing Port in Choshi City. The region’s proximity to Narita International Airport makes it “the closest Edo to the world.”
Naritasan Shinshoji Temple
Sakura Samurai Houses Hiyodori Hill
The dashi float parades in the grand festivals of Sawara
Byobugaura Beach(Choshi City)
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