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“Chiba” of mild climate, blessed with rich nature.
Chiba Prefecture, surrounded on three sides by the sea, has an oceanic mild climate, warm in winter and cool in summer. Especially the Minamiboso coast has rarely frost even in winter due to the warm current (Black Current) running in the offing. It, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, is blessed with wide, green-full, rich nature and a superior location adjacent to the metropolitan Tokyo, and thanks to the improved expressways, you can have easy access to various places within the prefecture.
The bay area has many large-scale facilities such as Tokyo Disney Resort and Makuhari Messe, and you can enjoy experiences full of event and amusement features throughout the year. The Tokatsu area has museums and reference libraries centering on local history and climate, and improved city parks, and you can enjoy a day trip and recreation taking advantage of water resources including rivers and lakes and tourist agriculture at all seasons.
- Tokyo Disney Resort
Tokyo Disney Resort is the amusement world composed of two Theme Park and 8 hotel and integrated shopping centers.
- Chiba Prefectural Sekiyado-jo Museum
Chiba Prefectural Sekiyado-jo Museum is at the northernmost end of Chiba Prefecture and on the bank at the diversion point of Tone River and Edo River.
- Kikkoman Soy Sauce Museum
Kikkomaan Soy Sauce Museum is a full-fledged study tour course provided at a corner of the soy sauce factory.
- Makuhari Messe
Makuhari Messe is representative complex convention facilities in Japan.
- Chiba Marine Stadium
Chiba Marine Stadium is located at the new urban center of Makuhari in the northwestern part of Chiba City.
- Historic Site of Kazusa Kokubun-Niji Exhibition Hall
The Historic Site of Kazusa Kokubun-Niji (nunnery temple) is a historic cultural asset that indicates that Ichihara.
- Ichihara Elephant Kingdom
This is the only zoo where you can ride on an elephant.
- Yatsu Higata
The tideland is visited by migratory birds to take rest on their way in spring and autumn, summer birds to raise children, winter birds to pass the winter, and many other birds through all seasons.
- Matsudo Museum
Matsudo Museum is an impression-gaining type museum constructed on the concept of “Seeing, Touching, and Feeling throughout the Body” in the “Forest and Park for the 21st Century,” a general park with grassy Nature.
- Tojo Historical Park
This is the residence of Tokugawa Akitake, who was the last lord of Mito Domain and a real brother of Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the last shogun of the Edo Shogunate.
- Andersen Park
This approx. 24.3 ha-wide greenery park will allow children and grownups, being kids again, to play.
About 70,000 items of clothing, food, and housing for daily use, as well as original goods imported directly from Italy and France, are displayed in a spacious store.
- Chiba City Museum of Art
The Chiba City Museum of Art (CCMA) is known all over the world for its variegated exhibitions and characteristic collections.
- Satomi Park
The park was an old battlefield where the Satomi Clan fought against the Hojo Clan in the Muromachi period.
- Junsai-Ike Pond (Water shield pond)
The pond is located on a hill where Konodai borders on Naka Kokubun.
- Tekona Reishindo (Monument and Shrine of Tekona)
Worshiped at this shrine is Tekona, the traditional beauty who was the subject of many famous poems in the ÒAnthology of a Myriad Leaves.Ó
- Pear of Ichikawa
The pear growing in Ichikawa is said to have a long history of about 200 years.