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News from Japan - February 28, 2022

Legoland Japan, a park in the LEGO universe

The amusement park Legoland Japan located in Nagoya

Legoland Japan, the LEGO universe, will celebrate its fifth anniversary.

Located in Nagoya, from March 18 it will host a series of challenges and puzzles throughout the park: the Legoland Games.

On the same date will open the Rainbow Design Studio, workshops for children to foster their creativity through Lego Dots arts and crafts kits. One of these workshops will teach braille in a fun and creative way.

Finally, this summer, the Water Maze water park will open. This giant labyrinth, with an area of 2,400 square meters, will have six different areas. Details of the zones have not been released, but there will be a 2.3-meter-tall blue dragon made from 300,000 Lego blocks, a 15-meter waterfall, 19 water cannons and 5 slides.

 

The swing with a view of Mount Fuji

The swing with a view of Mount Fuji

Travelers can enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan.

The observation deck of Lake Kawaguchiko (the largest of Fuji's five lakes), located on Mount Tenjo, houses swings with a direct view of Fujisan.

Thus, for 500 yen (nearly 4 euros), it is possible to swing while contemplating the panoramic landscape offered by the view. Open between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.-4 p.m. on weekends, tourists can also take great photos to feed their Instagram account.

 

Drink hot water for health

The konbini chain 7-Eleven is now selling bottles of hot mineral water

The Japanese tend to drink hot water for its benefits to the body, including cleansing the digestive system and controlling gut health.

In order to meet this demand, konbini 7-Eleven is now selling bottles of natural hot spring water.

Coming from Mount Tanigawa, a 1,977-meter mountain, natural spring water, to be consumed hot, is sold at the price of 91 yen, or 0.70 euros.

A marking on the bottle indicates that the water is intended to be served hot, with the sign "ホット" ("Hot"), followed by "gentle for the body".

This water is described as having a soft texture and does not include any unpleasant taste. It is also practical to help mothers prepare formula for their babies, or to create meals such as ochazuke.


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