3 Japanese Sightseeing Spots in Guinness World Records(A secret spot)


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3 Japanese Sightseeing Spots in Guinness World Records

There are several tourist attractions in Japan that are listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Here are three of the slightly minor (or interesting) sights!


1. long pedestrian bridge! Horai Bridge

The longest wooden bridge that people can walk on was recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest wooden bridge in the world, the Horai Bridge in Shizuoka.

Horai Bridge

Total length: 897.4 m.


Incidentally, the number “8974” can be read in Japanese as “Yakunashi (meaning “no evil”).

Crossing this bridge is also said to bring “good luck” and “long life!”

Horai Bridge


Fuji (the world-famous Japanese mountain) during the fall and winter months!



2. Lots of jellyfish! Kamo Aquarium

The Kamo Aquarium in Yamagata, Japan, was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the world’s largest display of jellyfish species.

Kamo Aquarium


They have over 50 species of jellyfish on display!

It looks like a planetarium.


Incidentally, the restaurant offers dishes using jellyfish as an ingredient.

Jellyfish ramen and jellyfish ice cream are popular.

Is it delicious…?


I hear jellyfish are healthy!



3. Anyway, it’s big! Ushiku Daibutsu

Ushiku Daibutsu

“Ushiku Daibutsu” stands 120 meters high.

The Great Buddha is located in Ibaraki, Japan, and is so large that it stands out even from a distance.

Ushiku Daibutsu


It is the third tallest standing statue in the world.

It is the largest standing bronze statue in the world and has been included in the Guinness Book of Records.


The vast park is also said to be a highlight for its seasonal flowers.

They have poppies in spring, peonies and hydrangeas in summer, and cosmos in autumn.




Come visit our fascinating Japan someday!

From historic landscapes to beautiful seasonal flowers, Japan offers a wide variety of sightseeing spots.

If you have a chance, please come visit us.

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Hello! I live in a place called Shiga, Japan. I'm not very good at English, but I'm writing this blog in the hope that I can convey some of Japan's beautiful places and delicious food to people overseas.