Located not too far from the Kanayama Dam, the Hodai Dam is nestled comfortably in the rolling mountains of central Kamogawa. The path that circles around the reservoir is paved, well maintained, and limits access to authorized vehicles only, making it a great place to visit for walkers, runners, and cyclists. 241 more words
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Located on the outskirts of Kamgawa City, Chiba Prefecture, the Kanayama Dam sits deep within the mountains that outline Kamogawa’s north western edge. Visitors to the dam be warned, that depending on the size of your vehicle, access to the dam may be limited, also the dam may or may not be haunted (but more on that later). 249 more words
The Biwa Club, located in Minami-Bōsō’s Tomiura City, is likely one of the most beautiful farmers’ markets in the southern Boso region.
Biwa is Japanese for, “loquat,” and if you have never heard of a loquat, which is likely, it is an orange fruit slightly similar to apricot and Chiba Prefecture is famous for them. 246 more words