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- Himeji – White Egret Castle
- Kamakura – seat of the first Shogun
- Kanazawa – Kenrokuen Garden and Castle
- Kyoto and Kansai region
- Matsumoto – city overshadowed by the castle
- Mount Fuji – the most popular icon in Japan
- Nagano Prefecture – roof of Japan
- Nara -first Japan’s permanent capital
- Nikko – light of the sun
- Tokyo – western capital
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