This area has the feeling of a bygone era. Even as you enter and see the sign, its almost something from a 1970s science fiction movie. The streets are lively with restaurants and souvenier shops. There are also hundred of statues of BILIKEN, who is the 'god of things as they should be'. Its a little strange to have never heard of it and then see him absolutely everywhere! They have a dozen shops all selling the tempura and deep fried snacks, there is also a Fugu (blowfish) restaurant, easy to spot from the outdoor decorations, and some Okinimayaki places. We visited at both daytime and nightime. Nighttime can feel a little strange, as it wasnt so busy. The feature is the Tsutenkaku tower. We didnt go up, but there is an observatory. It is also right near Spa World, which sounded exciting, but was a little expensive to enter, and we were pushed for time.
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