Failing/Falling in LOVE?! Get successful at “Amanohashidate”-- also called “Kyoto in the sea”

Failing/Falling in LOVE?! Get successful at “Amanohashidate”-- also called “Kyoto in the sea”

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"Amanohashidate", the famous as a tourist destination, is one of the three most beautiful 'scenic-spots' in Japan. It is also known as a 'power-spot' for, Success in Love.

Below are the highlights of the recommended spots and attractions.

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Kasamatsu-koen is a park located halfway up Nariaiyama mountain overlooking Amanohashidate from the north.
"Matanozoki", a characteristic name of this place refers to bending over backwards. A glimpse of this scenic beauty, from special view-spots, by bending upside-down reveals a mystical view of the bridge hanging from the sky.

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A view of Amanohashidate from the Tamayama mountain overlooking it from the south.

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The Big 3 'Nihon Sankei' or scenic-spots include Matsushima of Mutsu, Miyajima of Aki and the upside-down view of Amanohashidate. Nature has very patiently over several thousand of years has gradually laid the splendid scenery which is created mystically by molding.

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In addition, there is another highlight Amanohashidate-koen Park. Isoshimizu, a mysterious spring water in the park does not taste salty even though the park is surrounded all around by the sea.

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Finally, Amanohashidate Shrine, from the the title above is the 'Power-Spot' for 'Success in Love'.
A common myth relates that, "in olden days, Amanohashidate was the ladder used by the Gods from the Sky to meet a Goddess on Earth" and that is how the shrine came to be known as a power-spot for success in love.
Couples and tourists pursuing unrequited love must visit this place and Rise in Love!

Miyazu Amanohashidate tourist guide
http://www.amanohashidate.jp/lang/en.html