Ibaraki Prefecture is a prefecture located in the northeastern part of the Kanto region, facing the Pacific Ocean in the east, and the Tone River running to the east on the prefectural border with Chiba Prefecture in the south. Agriculture and fisheries have been developed on wide terraces and long coasts, and they also function as research and development cities for advanced science and technology. Natto, one of the specialty products, is famous nationwide, and there is Kairakuen, one of Japan's three famous gardens, in Mito City.


Introduction of Amabiki Kannon

Amabiki Kannon is a temple of the Shingon Buddhism Toyoyama group located in Ibaraki Pr ...