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上海の観光スポット

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Xin Tian Di
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Xin Tian Di (Xintiandi) is a sleekly restored area of Shanghai, where the more successful of the city's young come to play. It's also a popular strolling area for tourists, who like to check out the 19th century architecture.

The district abounds in shikumen, stone houses that were a popular residential form in the late 19th century and early 20th century city. When the districts that contained these houses were being razed, developers stepped in to save and restore this area. Today the shikumen house galleries, bookshops, antique stores, upmarket boutiques, bars and restaurants. It's particularly ironic that this Westernized playground should be cheek-by-jowl with the Site of the First Conference of the Communist Party of China.

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Shanghai French Concession
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上海のオールドフレンチコンセッションは、ルワン地区とズフイ地区にあるかつてフランスに支配されていた地区で、古き良き上海の雰囲気がまだ残る場所です。このエリアの観光名所は、20世紀前半の30年間を風靡した美しい植民地時代の豪邸やホテルです。1849年にフランスの支配下になり、上海の高級住宅地の一つとして人気が出たのは1920年頃です。

この地域の中心部、ジュジュ通りとファイファイ通りの間にある3車線の通りを歩いていくと、歴史的建造物の合間に豪華なレストランやブティックが立ち並んでいるのが見えます。そのそばを、上海の地元の住民が日々の暮らしを営んでいる姿が目に入ります。フレンチコンセッションは世界各国の料理が食べれることで有名です。インド料理、からフランス料理、そしてスペイン料理からタイ料理まで様々な料理が楽しめます。

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Jade Buddha Temple (Yufo Si)
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Yufo Si is a working Buddhist community - one of the few in China - but the star attractions of the Jade Buddha Temple are two figures brought to Shanghai by a Burmese monk in the 19th century.

The most impressive is the sitting Buddha, a 1.9 m (6.5 ft) giant encrusted with semi-precious stones. This Buddha is sitting in the pose which captures the moment of his enlightenment by meditation. The other Buddha is smaller and in the attitude of 'happy repose', as he goes peacefully to death. Both Buddhas are carved from white jade. Facing the reclining Buddha is a large copy in stone, brought to the monastery from Singapore. These are the main points of a visit to the temple, but take a look at the halls while you're there, particularly the Grand Hall with its golden 'Gods of the Twenty Heavens'. There's also a restaurant that serves the public, with a simple downstairs and a swankier upstairs.

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Nanjing Road (Nanjing Lu)
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南京路(ナンジン通り)は歴史あるショッピングストリートで「中華商業第一街」とも評されます。19世紀に起こったアヘン戦争後にイギリスが上海で交易を始め、南京路エリアを商工の中心としました。その当時は、英語時発音上、「ジ」より「キ」の方が馴染み深かったという理由で「ナンキン通り」と呼ばれていました。

現在では上海の繁華街というだけでなく、全長6キロもある世界最長のショッピングストリートと発展しました。南京条約により上海は開港され、その上海に設定された上海租界の時代にも、大規模なデパートがすでに建ち並んでいました。 通りは東西の2つに分けられ、東側は歩行者専用区域となっています。買い物をする場合は、舶来物は避け、上海ならではのシルク、翡翠や時計など上海ならではの商品を購入することをお勧めします。

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Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan)
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The first thing to note about the Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan) is its unusual design. The building, constructed in the 1990s, is supposed to resemble an ancient type of bronze cooking pot called a ding. It's a reference to the objects on display in the museum's five stories of rooms.

The museum's structure - a round building on a square base - also holds echoes of China's history. Ancient buildings in China were constructed like this because of the belief that heaven was round and the earth square. The collection, although sensitively ordered, is so large as to be somewhat overwhelming. Pick and choose your areas, or you may run out of steam. Definitely take in some of the ceramics, through which you can trace China's history from the Neolithic Age onwards. There are also furniture, calligraphy, religious sculptures and jade to enjoy.

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Huangpu River
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黄浦江は、上海市内を流れる、全長113kmの川です。黄浦江は、上海市の中央を流れ、市域を西側の「浦西」と東側の「浦東」の二つに分けています。東シナ海に注ぐ河口沿いにある港は、中国最大の港で、2012年には世界で一番コンテナ取扱量が大きいコンテナターミナルとなりました。

黄浦江を散策してみると、旧市街のコロニアル様式の建物とスカイラインを作る超高層ビル群が対照的に並列している美しい姿が見えます。外灘沿いに黄浦江の川岸を散策することもできますが、川の両岸が観光できるクルーズに参加することをお勧めします。

クルーズ船に乗って、黄浦江を遊覧してみて下さい。多くのクルーズは、外灘からスタートし、上流へと進み楊浦大橋を通り、またもとの場所に戻ります。船は頻繁に運行されていますが、夜のクルーズは上海の両側のスカイラインがライトアップされ、ロマンチックな異国情緒漂う建物を鑑賞できます。船上からは上海の100万ドルの夜景が堪能できます。

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Pudong
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上海にある浦東新区は、黄浦江の東側に位置し、多くの有名な近代的建築物が建っています。もともと農業地域でしたが、今では上海の金融街へと変貌し、上海新都心としての地位を確立しています。黄浦江を隔てた反対側にある植民地時代の建物が並ぶ光景とは正く対照的です。

浦東新区のスカイラインは、東方明珠電視塔、ジンマオ展望塔、上海海洋水族館、そして国際コンベンションセンターなどの有名なビルで埋め尽くされています。浦東新区の新都市には、市内で一番広い世紀公園もあり、南京通りなどの買い物天国もあります。 浦東新区を訪れる際は、黄浦江の反対側から上海の象徴的なスカイラインの景色を楽しんでください。黄浦江の川岸を散策した後は、浦東新区の高層ビル群の中でも一際目立つ全長468メートルの東方明珠電視塔を見学することをお勧めします。展望台からは上海のパノラマの絶景が見渡せます。

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People’s Square (Renmin Guangchang)
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上海の中心に位置する人民広場は、行政と経済の中心である外灘があるばかりだけではなく、市民のオアシスともなっています。

外国人為留置であった人民広場周辺は、1949年に中華人民共和国が建国される前は競馬場がありました。その競馬場跡地は、今日芸術の中心地として有名になりました。人民広場には、上海で有名な中国三大博物館の一つである、中国美術で有名な上海博物館、上海の都市計画と発展に関する展示物がある上海城市規画展示館があります。上海当代芸術館、上海美術館、ガラス張りの外装で有名な上海大劇院も必見の価値があります。 人民広場もとても美しく、早朝に地元の人が太極拳を練習している姿やカード遊びに夢中な男性達が光景が見え、中国の雰囲気が感じられる場所です。

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Jin Mao Tower
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全長421 mのジンマオタワーは、上海の超高層ビル群で2番目に高いビルです。上海で最長の高さを誇る上海環球金融中心に並ぶ人気の展望ポイントとなっています。

「金茂大厦」と呼ばれるジンマオタワーは、世界の超高層ビルのランキングに入っています。ポストモダン風の目を引くデザインもさることながら、中国様式も見られるデザインです。ジンマオタワーには中国文化の吉数である「8」が至る所に使われています。開業日は「8」の数字が続く1998年8月28日であり、全体は「88」階建て、そして、ビル中央部のコアの断面は「八」角形となっています。 ビル内の多くはオフィスがテナントとして入っていますが、上階にはメインテナントであるホテル「グランド・ハイアット上海」が入居しています。展望台までは超高速エレベーターで上ることができ、展望台の大きな窓から見渡せる上海のパノラマの景色は圧巻です。また、足元には、グランド・ハイアット上海ホテルの巨大な吹き抜けを見ることもできます。

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China Art Palace
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Located in Pudong, Shanghai, the China Art Museum showcases a large and varied collection of modern Chinese art. In fact, it’s the largest art museum in the whole of Asia and is situated inside what was once the China Pavillion, which is a fascinating building both inside and out.

The museum is spread across five huge floors, all named according to different altitudes. Each floor explores the rise of modern art in Shanghai from the end of the 19th century onwards and showcases a variety of national and international temporary and permanent exhibitions. The permanent exhibition, “Along the River During the Qing Ming Festival” on the fourth floor, is a particular highlight. It’s a detailed and animated installation, with a virtual river running along its base.

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上海の他の観光スポット

Jing’an Temple

静安寺

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上海の超高層ビルの中に佇む静安寺は、3世紀の三国時代に創建された由緒ある仏教寺院です。その後、1216年宋朝の時代に現在の場所に移されました。

悠久の歴史を誇る静安寺は、1970年代の火災により焼失したため、1984年に修復作業が着手され現在の姿となっています。度重なる移転と修復を経たにもかかわらず、未だに荘厳な佇まいを見せる宋朝時代の仏教寺院です。この寺院には、大雄宝殿、天王殿、三聖堂という3つのお堂があり、中でも目を引くのは、大雄宝殿に祀られた全長3.8メートルの翡翠でつくられた玉仏です。お寺では、素晴らしい仏像、仏画や書画も見ることができます。 春には、静安寺の敷地内で毎年恒例の工芸品を売る盛大なマーケットが開催されます。上海でもとても人気のあるマーケットとして有名で、地元の人で賑わいを見せます。

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Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

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Since its opening in 2000, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel has become one of Shanghai’s most popular attractions among domestic tourists. Contrary to what the name would have you believe, you won’t be seeing any of the Bund’s sights when you ride the automated subway car from the Bund beneath the Huangpu River to Pudong on the other side.

This rather bewildering by nonetheless entertaining trip takes less than five minutes, and along the way, you’ll experience a bizarre LED light show with menacing sound effects and random flailing blowup dolls to complete the trippy experience. If you need to get across the river, taking a cab might be the cheaper option, but the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is certainly more entertaining, if not perplexing.

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Shanghai Old City (Nanshi)

Shanghai Old City (Nanshi)

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At first glance the Old Town of Shanghai might seem like just another tourist trap, but Nanshi, as it used to be called (or Southern Town as most of the residents of the city call it) has a genuinely fascinating history.

This part of town predates the colonial presence in Shanghai. It's bordered by Renmin Lu and Zhonghua Lu, roads that echo the line of walls built in the 15th century to keep out Japanese pirates and since demolished. You'll get a feel for a brand of Chinese urban living that's fast disappearing - and you might just find a bargain in the process.

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Oriental Pearl Tower (Dongfang Mingzhu Ta)

オリエンタルパールタワー(東方明珠電視塔)

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東方明珠電視塔は、かつては上海で一番高い建物でしたが、今もなお高層ビル群の中でも一際目立つ上海のシンボルです。球体タワーからは、360度広がる美しい上海のパノラマが眺められます。奇妙な球の付いた三本足が突き出した不思議な光景を持つタワーです。/p>

球体は、大小の真珠が翡翠の盆に落ちることをイメージしています。これは、設計者が、唐代の長編の詩「琵琶行」の一節からインスピレーションを得たといわれており、美しい一面もあります。全長468mのこのテレビ塔、アジアで1番、世界でも3番目に高い高層建築です。ジンマオタワー、上海環球金融中心と並ぶ有名な高層ビルです。

3つの展望台(90m上、263m上、350m上)がエレベーターで上がれます。最上階の展望台は、めまいのする高さなのでご注意あれ。

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Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall (Shanghai Chengshi Guihua Zhanshi Guan)

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall (Shanghai Chengshi Guihua Zhanshi Guan)

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Located within People’s Square, the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall may not sound like something a tourist would be interested in, but it’s actually one of the city’s best museums. Opened in 2000, the exhibition space within the modern, fives-story building showcases Shanghai’s development from ancient times well into the future.

The museum’s crowning jewel is a massive scale model of the city as it might look come 2020 (with the inclusion of buildings green-lighted for construction) and a wraparound 3D theater that gives visitors a glimpse into Future Shanghai. The museum space also features art and design exhibitions by Chinese and international artists. To fully appreciate your time in Shanghai, kick off your time with a morning or afternoon at the museum. Be sure to pick up an English audio guide -- well worth the extra fee -- to help you understand each of the exhibits.

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Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum (Shanghai Youtai Nanmin Jinianguan)

Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum (Shanghai Youtai Nanmin Jinianguan)

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The Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum houses the history of as many as 30,000 Jewish refugees who fled the Holocaust in Europe to settle in the Tilanqiao district of Shanghai during WWII.

The museum is made up of 3 parts: the Ohel Moshe Synagogue (Ohel Moishe), a permanent exhibition hall and a rotating exhibition hall. The Ohel Moshe Synagogue played a central role in the lives of Jewish refugees in Shanghai during WWII. Built in 1927, it was the center of the Jewish community and one of the only two synagogues built in Shanghai at the time. In the 1930s, Shanghai was one of the only cities in the world giving shelter to the Jews fleeing Nazi persecution in Europe. Although the synagogue is no longer fully in use, visitors to the museum can witness the fully restored building and learn about its turbulent past.

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Shanghai City God Temple (Chenghuang Miao)

Shanghai City God Temple (Chenghuang Miao)

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The Shanghai Temple of the Town God (Chenghuang Miao or Chenghuangmiao), located in the walled portion of Old Shanghai next to the Yuyuan Garden, is an orthodox Taoist temple dedicated to three local deities or “city gods,” General Huo Guang, scholar Qin Yubo and General Chen Huacheng.

Almost every city in China has a Town God temple, and Shanghai’s dates back to 1403. It was converted into a City God Temple in 1403 during the Ming Dynasty. As the popularity of the temple grew during the Qing Dynasty, businesses started popping up in around it until the entire area turned into a busy marketplace until its near destruction during the Cultural Revolution. While the temple was restored in the 1990s and again in 2005, its renovations have held true to the building’s fifteenth century beginnings. You’ll still see local Shanghai residents burning incense to statues of Huo Guang and Qin Yubo.

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Shanghai History Museum (Shanghai Lishi Bowuguan)

Shanghai History Museum (Shanghai Lishi Bowuguan)

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Located in the basement of the Pearl TV tower, the Shanghai History Museum displays more than 30,000 cultural relics and artifacts covering 100 years of Shanghai’s modern history, from the opening of the port of Shanghai to the world in 1843 to the Cultural Revolution in 1949.

If you’ve ever wondered what Shanghai might have looked like before its massive modernization, head down to the basement level of the museum, where you’ll find wax dioramas depicting street scenes from Shanghai’s past. Exhibits show life when Shanghai was primarily a farming and fishing town as well as city scenes from its Opium War days. You’ll also find a hall full of scale models of Shanghai’s most iconic buildings, many of them located on the Bund. The museum is very easy to miss but well worth an hour or two of your time, particularly if you’re traveling with children. If you’d like a deeper insight into Shanghai’s history, pick up an English audio guide when you purchase your tickets.

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Shanghai Maglev Train (SMT)

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If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to travel at speeds upward of 260 miles per hour (418 kilometers per hour), the Shanghai Maglev train is your chance. Using magnetic levitation technology that allows the train to literally “float” along the tracks, the world’s fastest train can take you from the Pudong International Airport to Shanghai proper in a quick 8 minutes. Using technology purchased from Germany, construction of the Shanghai Maglev began in 2001, and by the time the project was completed two and a half years later, it had racked up a $1.2 billion price tag. If you’re planning to ride the Shanghai Maglev to or from the airport, you’ll have to get on or off at the Longyang Road Station in the outskirts of Shanghai and switch to the subway or hail a taxi from there. If you want to know more about the Shanghai Maglev project and the technology behind the train, spend a few minutes browsing the Shanghai Maglev Museum, located within the Longyang Road Station.

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Duolun Road

Duolun Road

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Duolun Road is a must-see stop for those interested in the history and culture of Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s. It was once a writers' enclave and today has been restored as a 'cultural street.'

Duolun Road was once part of the American Concession, and the restored 20th century architecture is the main reason for visiting. The area has been pedestrianized; you'll wander among museums, antique and curio houses, calligraphers' and painters' studios, bookshops and literary clubs, teahouses and wine bars. There is a Museum of Modern Art that's generally worth a look. This is a great place to look out for Mao-era curios and relics of Shanghai's 20th century past. Wandering here could take up half a day, with a break in a teahouse to set you up for more art and book shopping.

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Tianzifang

Tianzifang

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Located in a renovated portion of the Old French Concession’s residential neighborhood, Tian Zi Fang has become a trendy artistic district filled with cafes, boutiques, art studios and galleries. The neighborhood’s buildings were erected in the 1930s. It wasn’t until 2006 when it was slated for demolition that it underwent the transformation into the hip neighborhood it is today.

The yuppies, artists and expats who frequent the neighborhood today have local protestors, among them, Shanghai native and artist Chen Yifei, to thank for saving the area from redevelopment. While the area now attracts a hip, young crowd, Tian Zi Fang has retained its eighteenth century Shikumen-style buildings, now occupied by more than 200 small businesses. If you’re looking for something quirky and different from the usual souvenirs, then Tian Zi Fang is the place to go, as many of the shops here specialize in handmade novelty items.

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Fengjing Ancient Town

Fengjing Ancient Town

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Fengjing Ancient Town is situated in the southwest of Shanghai, around 60 kilometers from the center of the city. It’s a cultural and historical town that dates back some 1,500 years and is surrounded by a network of waterways, all connected by a myriad of bridges and alleyways.

With its market stalls, folk arts, traditional restaurants, and fantastic photo opportunities, Fengjing Ancient Town is well worth the day trip from Shanghai. A stroll through the old streets of Fengjing will put you in touch with the ancient culture and customs of traditional Chinese life. Most of the buildings in the town are Ming and Qing in style; two-storeys high with white washed walls and black-tiled roofs.

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Lupu Bridge

Lupu Bridge

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Shanghai’s Lupu Bridge, the world’s first steel arch bridge and the second longest arch bridge after the Chaotianmen Bridge in Chongqing, extends 5.4 miles (8.7 kilometers) across the Huangpu River. Built in 2000, the bridge caught the attention of the engineering world with its use of cable-stayed, arch and suspension bridge technology.

While the bridge is primarily used for transportation -- six lanes of traffic move across it and large ships can pass beneath unobstructed -- it has also become a major tourist attraction in Shanghai. After climbing some 300 steps to the top, you’ll arrive at a viewing platform 328 feet (100 meters) above the river. The experience, known as the Shanghai Climb, offers some of the best views of the city, including the old grounds of the 2010 World Expo. You can reach the entrance to Shanghai Climb on Luban Road on the Puxi side of the bridge.

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Moganshan Road (Moganshan Lu)

Moganshan Road (Moganshan Lu)

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Mogansham Road is a great place for art lovers to take a stroll while in Shanghai. Art buffs could easily spend hours in this fascinating district, browsing the galleries and studios that line the graffiti-clad street. There are also cafes and a bookshop in the area.

You'll find all sorts of free galleries here that showcase a diverse range of original and modern art. Many visitors to Moganshan Road leave happily with a reasonably-priced piece of art or, at the very least, after having enjoyed a few hours of pleasant art-gazing. Most tend to make a beeline for number 50 Moganshan Road, where one of the city’s oldest and most revered galleries, ShanghART, lives. This is the beating heart of Shanghai’s art world and is not to be missed while in the area.

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