Last weekend I visited the Edo-Tokyo open-air archotectural museum (江戸東京たてもの園) with myfamily to look around the special event, "Lighting up autumnal leaves and architectural structures" (紅葉とたてもののライトアップ).
The Edo-Tokyo open-air architectural museum is located in suburbs of Tokyo. It has many historical buildings which had been constructed from 150 years ago to modern times. The museum had moved them to its premises as they were. Inside the museum we can see so many old constructions, so we misunderstand as if we have been slipped into time travel.
(The name of the building is "Ko-dakara-yu". It is said this is one of the model baths of Hyao Miyazaki's movie "Spirited away" [千と千尋の神隠し].)
Last week I went to Nikko with my family, parents-in-law and sister-in-law. In total seven people, a quite large group.
Nikko is located in Tochigi prefecture, and it's known as one of the World Heritage sites. There are some old shrines which were constructed 400 handred years ago, to celebrate great shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu.