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 Owarai Akasaka-Tei Akasaka Tekijuku Sanyo Local Museum
 Ryoguzan Ancient Tomb Yurugi-Iwa at Iwagami Shrine Kumayama Ruin
 Isonokamifutsumitama Shrine Koresato Winery
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Touch the culture
"Link" of Akaiwa City Meet the smiles and passion of the people who link cultures in Akaiwa City
Akaiwa City is proud of not only its old history and delicious fruits, but also the places designed for residents' communication and cultural exchange.
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Central Library(Sanyo)
Central Library Akaiwa City has a library in each area, Central Library, Akasaka Library, Kumayama Library and Yoshii Library respectively. Each library provides various activities such as public reading.
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Central Community Hall(Sanyo)
Central Community Hall A variety of opportunities that motivate the residents for lifelong learning are provided in the central community hall along with 3 main community halls and 4 local community halls.
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Sakuragaoka Ikiiki Koryu Center(Kumayama)
Sakuragaoka Ikiiki Koryu Center Located in the center of the Sakuragaoka area. It has a large hall, meeting rooms, an audio-visual room, a cooking laboratory, a training space, etc. The facilities can be used for cultural activities run by the residents.
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Owarai Akasaka-Tei(Akasaka)
Owarai Akasaka-Tei Established as the first public storytellers' hall in Japan in 1996 to promote a healthy life through comedy and facilitate communication between generations. The "Kaminarimon Kisuke", comedic storyteller presents a monthly "Rakugo" or traditional Japanese show.
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Akasaka Tekijuku(Akasaka)
Akasaka Tekijuku Established to realize the spirit of "Tekijuku" where a number of great figures, such as Yukichi Fukuzawa, were educated at the end of the Edo era. It has an exhibition of the founder Koan Ogata. There are also accommodation and educational facilities.
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Sanyo Local Museum(Sanyo)
Sanyo Local Museum Akaiwa City is full of cultural assets. The museum collects cultural assets found in ancient historic sites in Sanyo and exhibits them with detailed information and photos. Yoshii Local Museum also exhibits cultural assets found in Yoshii.
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Ryoguzan Ancient Tomb(Sanyo)
Ryoguzan Ancient Tomb The 194 meter-long tomb, surrounded by an inner moat filled with beautiful water and an outer moat, is the largest keyhole shaped tomb mound in the Bizen area. Moriyama, Chausuyama Ancient Tombs are scattered around in the area.
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Yurugi-Iwa at Iwagami Shrine(Akasaka)
Yurugi-Iwa at Iwagami Shrine Iwagami Shrine in Sobun area enshrines Yurugi-Iwa (swinging rocks). A large rock is supported by an underlying rock at a small point. Yurugi-Iwa is popular among students preparing for exams, as it would not topple over.
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Kumayama Ruin(Kumayama)
Kumayama Ruin The geometrically designed masonry ruin was built in the Nara period. Three-story cube stone masonry was layered on the rock bed base. The second story masonry has an altar on each aspect of the cube.
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Isonokamifutsumitama Shrine(yoshii)
Isonokamifutsumitama Shrine The shrine on the mountainside of Mt. Daimatsu enshrines the sword that was said-to-be used when Susanoonomikoto fought against a monstrous python. The main sanctuary on the top of the mountain has a forbidden megalithic area (ruin).
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Koresato Winery(Yoshii)
Koresato Winery Homegrown wine has been made using Campbell grapes since 1985 in the Koresato area. Koresato Winery opened a new winery in Okayama Agricultural Park, Forest of German in 1995 to make and sell wine to tourists.
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