Designated an important cultural property of Japan, Matsuyama Castle—one of the twelve preserved castles in Japan—is a beautiful piece of Japanese architecture which was constructed on Mount Katsuyama between 1602 to 1628 by Kato Yoshiaki.
But beyond its dreamy appearance, Matsuyama Castle served as a formidable fortress for the Katoh, Gamoh and Matsudaira family between 1603 to 1868 and was crucial in deceiving enemies into believing that they were attacking the residence of the feudal family but in actuality, were being led to their deaths.
If you are visiting the Ehime Prefecture soon, you will not regret catering some time for the Matsuyama Castle.
In just a couple of days, 2018 will be knocking on our doors. Although we still can’t quite comprehend how quick 2017 has flown by, we hope that you are ending off the year with some good fun and cheer at the various events and activities that are taking place in Singapore this December.
As the saying goes, a brand new year, a brand new start, a brand new you. Whilst reflecting and planning your goals and ambitions for the year ahead, it would definitely be good to cater some time in your schedule for a breather and to simply celebrate the arrival of the new year!
Here are 24 Events In January 2018 To Usher In The New Year. From concerts from world-famous artists such as Jay Chou and countless other plays and events to be involved with, January is looking to be a month packed with much excitement and cheer.
And from all of us at Ladyironchef, we wish you all a very Happy New Year and a fantastic 2018 ahead.
Although there is much to love about a city holiday, there is something unmistakably beautiful about venturing to places that are not usually visited; the road less travelled. Likewise in Japan, most may not have Hiroshima, Shikoku or Setouchi in mind but this is where you are missing out on an adventure of a lifetime.
Overflowing with tradition, history and geographical wonders, Hiroshima, Shikoku and Setouchi will leave you in awe everywhere you go. A good trip is one which leaves a lasting impression and touches your heart; this is what you are in for if you are planning a trip to Hiroshima, Shikoku and Setouchi.
Here is a 5D4N Shikoku & Setouchi itinerary featuring 19 reasons to visit this beautiful region. We are sure you will love these places as much as we do.
As the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island—also known as the “Island of the Gods”—is a popular holiday destination for both locals and tourists. In addition, the island has also remained as a top honeymoon destination for Korean newlyweds.
But there is really no question as to why this is so. Jeju Island is bursting with endless scenic frames, their coastal line is dotted with picturesque waterfalls and there are various cultural attractions to immerse yourself in.
Just an hour’s plane ride away from Seoul, you really should cater a day or two in your itinerary to visit this drop-dead gorgeous Korean island. Here are 17 Things You Must See & Do In Jeju Island.
If you’re reading this, hearty congratulations to you because you have successfully made it to the best part of the year – December! The long weekend you have looked forward to is finally here and who isn’t a fan of celebrating Christmas and counting down to the new year?
Aside from these festivities, there are various other events, concerts and marathons that you can get busy with. If you are looking for something to entertain your children, Disney In Concert: Frozen or a trip to Christmas Wonderland 2017 at Gardens by the Bay should work for you. But for the rest of us, do read on to find out what other exciting activities await your discovery and participation.
As always, go big or go home. Here are 24 Events In Singapore In December 2017 To End Off 2017 With A Bang.
Although many have heard of gluten-free dining, some may not entirely appreciate what gluten-free dining encompasses. For the uninitiated, a gluten-free diet is one that strictly excludes gluten i.e. a mixture of proteins present in wheat and related grains, such as barley, rye and oat.
While Singapore is a food paradise, it may seem difficult to find places which offer gluten-free options especially when everything is so rich and sinful. Put aside your preconceived notions because there are dining establishments in Singapore which offer gluten-free options which do not scrimp on the quality or taste of their dishes.
Here are 17 Gluten-Free Dining Habitats In Singapore. Trust us, this is one guide you will need to keep bookmarked in your browser.
On a mission to bring diners the world on a single plate, Coalesce—a new casual family-friendly restaurant nestled on the third floor of NTU Alumni House—serves up cosmopolitan dishes inspired by various international cuisines but with Singaporean cuisine at the heart of each creation.
And for those working in the Buona Vista area, you would be pleased to know that Coalesce has a S$8.80++ Weekday Power Lunch set which comes with a soup of a day, main course and a drink.
Holy smokes, is it already November? We, too, are flabbergasted by how quickly the year has gone by and for many, this would be the time when you would be using up that hard-earned leave to go for a quality trip overseas with your family or friends.
But for those of us who do not have any travel plans, chin up because there are plenty of activities and events in Singapore this November 2017 which will definitely add some cheer into your life. From sporting events such as the ISU1 Endurance Race Singapore to One Direction’s Harry Styles’ concert, there are countless ways for you to embrace the end of 2017 with open arms.
Here are 22 Events In Singapore In November 2017 To Celebrate Surviving 2017. Although it ain’t December yet, hang in there because your long year-end holiday is coming soon!