An attractive city for tourists,
where orderly structures stand in harmony.

Washington, D.C., located approximately 13 hours away from Japan by direct flight, is situated on the banks of the Potomac River, between the states of Maryland and Virginia on the east coast of the United States. The region where the capital city of Washington is located is designated as a federally administered district called the District of Columbia, often abbreviated as D.C. As the renowned capital of the United States, Washington, D.C. is widely known and I will provide a detailed introduction to its charms.

There are five main types of tourist spots in Washington, D.C. The first type includes government buildings such as the White House and the United States Capitol. The second type consists of monuments dedicated to historical figures, such as the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. The third type includes art museums and galleries, with the Smithsonian Institution being a prominent example. The fourth type encompasses historic structures like Ford’s Theatre and the Old Stone House. Lastly, there are architectural marvels like the Washington National Cathedral, representing the category of churches.

Overwhelming sights,
inviting into a labyrinth of curiosity.

The vast green expanse in the heart of Washington, D.C., known as the National Mall, is adorned with numerous monuments that embrace visitors with their grandeur. Each monument, with its statues and inscriptions, invites contemplation and transports one's thoughts to historical figures, further captivating anyone who explores this city.

In the United States, where the majority of the population consists of Christianities, there are countless churches. Washington, D.C. is no exception, as one can encounter churches while walking through the city. From churches attended by presidents to magnificent Gothic architecture, you can find a variety of architectural styles.

Exploring the Beauty Nurtured
by History.

To the northwest of Washington, D.C. lies a district called Georgetown, which still preserves the traces of its founding days. Unlike the massive buildings around the National Mall, the architecture in Georgetown exudes a cozy and intimate atmosphere, which will make you feel a sense of familiarity.

The Old Stone House, located in the Georgetown district, is the oldest surviving building in Washington, D.C., dating back to the pre-colonial era before the founding of the United States. This place truly represents the origin of Washington, D.C., allowing visitors to fully experience the daily life of the city's early inhabitants.