Ueno German Culture Village is located on Miyagi Island, Japan. In 1873, the inhabitants of Gonggu Island rescued a group of German sailors who were in distress. In order to express their gratitude, Germany built a monument to fraternity here, and later a theme park in Ueno. The architecture in the garden has German characteristics and beautiful castle shape, which is quite different from that in Japan. Visits are free. The park is not big enough. 40 minutes is enough. Because it is near the sea, the sea is very blue, the scenery is still very good, I like the quiet atmosphere. In the middle of the sea, there is a heart-shaped cave formed by the long-term erosion of sea water, which is quite distinctive.
The sea is blue and the air is fresh to see the yearning Gonggulan.
The German cultural village itself has not much sightseeing value. The Cultural Village originated from the German construction thanking the inhabitants of Miyagi Island for rescuing the German crew who had landed in distress. However, it can take a semi-submarine to submerge and swim with the fish here. For those who can't get into the water because their aunts, such as me, can make up for the pity greatly.
There are exhibitions about German culture and German snacks to try.
German style and architecture, and particularly historic...