Places to Go in Japan: Japanese Heritage Sites – FamilySearch April 15, 2021

I saw this on FamilySearch recently – Places to Go in Japan: Japanese Heritage Sites: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/places-to-go-japan-heritage/. Article is longer, but here are some details. I included the section headings below.

April 15, 2021 by  Sunny Morton

The islands of Japan are places of diverse beauty, from stunning mountain peaks and lush green forests to long miles of seashore. There are many places to go in Japan to appreciate its history and cultural heritage. These places tell the stories of the people who have lived here for centuries.The most important source of your Irish ancestors’ BMDs for the past 150 years or more are civil registrations. Fortunately, civil registration information for millions of people is available online—much of it for free. Here’s where to look for Irish civil registration records and what you’re likely to find. 

Sankeien Gardens in Yokohama, Japan

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Tomioka Silk Mill: History of the Japanese Industry

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Kitamaebune Ship Museum shows Japanese Travel and Trade

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Shonai Rice Museum and Sankyo Soko Storehouses

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Shrines and Temples of Nikko

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Ainu Heritage

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Explore Your Own Japanese Heritage

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https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/places-to-go-japan-heritage/

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