Hiroshimato Photo Writer List
Hello. My name is Izumi Furukawa and I was born in Kagawa Prefecture. Before getting married in 2012, I wrote for various magazine companies and Internet based media organizations in Tokyo. After marrying, I moved to Hiroshima and am now raising my child as well as writing stories about my fascination with this area through Setouchi Finder. Most of the articles I write are about places I visit on weekends with my family. My favorite driving course is Route 375 from Saijyo to the Miyoshi Area, and my favorite food from the Hiroshima area is Anagomeshi (from Miyajima)!!
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Takehara city in Hiroshima prefecture is well known as the setting for ‘Massan’, an NHK drama series that was screened from September 2014 to March 2015.
With shops, large playground equipment, a multipurpose hall, a day camp area... at about 1.8 times the size of Tokyo Dome, believe it or not, this is a roadside station!
A building even more blue than the deep blue sky! We’ve come to visit Aohata Jamdeck, the touring and experience facilities of Aohata Corporation, situated in Takehara city, Hiroshima prefecture.
Fuchu city, Hiroshima prefecture, is said to have the most okonomiyaki restaurants per capita within the prefecture. It is the "battleground of okonomiyaki restaurants".
When you step out from the South exit of JR Marugame station (Marugame city, Kagawa prefecture), straight away on your right side you will see the Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as MIMOCA.
With a 100+ year history serving Western sweets and cuisine, "Shiseido parlour" is a long-established Ginza shop.
Higashiyama Kaii Setouchi Art Museum is located in Sakaide city, Kagawa prefecture. A pathway stretches in a straight line from the front of the museum.
I visited Sun Port Takamatsu in the Takamatsu port area one evening, which is the location of the world's first glass lighthouse!
The writer bought this business card case at the Takamatsu before. It is made using a Sanuki (Kagawa prefecture) traditional craft, a weaving technique called 'botaori'.
Onomichi is a town famous for being the setting for Yasujiro Ozu's "Tokyo Story" and Nobuhiko Obayashi's "Toki o kakeru shojo", among others.
Sandy national flags destroyed by ants! This makes me wonder what borders between countries mean!
Mr. Ōta, a spokesman for the Sake Festival, said, “The number of Sake Sweets available seems to have grown considerably over the past couple of years.
Tomo town (Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture) is located at the crashing point of waves that come from the east and west!
Miyajima is one of Japan's foremost sightseeing areas – No matter how many times I visit I never grow tired of its large vermilion red torii gate and magnificent Shinto shrine.