BEACHES & OUTDOORS

Outdoors & Camping

  • Hanago Okada (Flower Garden)

    Hanago Okada is a large flower garden in Amino with an area of 75,000 square meters. The garden is filled with colorful flowers set up in elegant arrangements. Throughout its open season the focal flowers change, some of the popular draws are: tulip, moss phlox, wisteria trellis, rapeseed blossoms, …

  • Uchiyama Beech Forest

    Uchiyama Beech Forest, located in Omiya, is the largest beech forest in the Northern Kinki region, spanning across a slope at over 450 meters in altitude. This forest is a treasure chest of nature, being the home to not only beech trees but maple, Japanese elm, and more than 300 types of plants. Be…

  • Isanagosan Mountain

    Isanagosan Mountain, located in Mineyama and has a height of 661 meters. The mountain is famous for being where the Angel Hagoromo, one of Kyotango's 7 princess, landed. This mountain is the site of the oldest record of the Hagoromo legend. At the mid-slope of this mountain is “Meike" (Maiden Pond…

  • Kirifuri Waterfall

    Kirifuri Waterfall is located in the mountain valley of Shinjo in Amino, off National Route 178 between Amino and Kumihama. The waterfall has a width of 4 meters, and a height of 21 meters. The falling water hits against the bare rock surface, causing a spray of mist. On the mountain where this wate…

  • Tennyo no Sato Village

    Tennyo no Sato Village is an interactive facility located at the base of Mt. Isanago, the site of the oldest record of the Hagoromo legend. The traditional village-house style cottages and the campsite serves as a center for rural activities, including: mountain stream fishing for rainbow trout, an…

  • Kabutoyama Park Campsite

    Kabutoyama Park Campsite is located in Kumihama at the base of Kabutoyama mountain. With Kabutoyama  partially surrounded by Kumihama Bay the campsite is near the water's edge. At the campsite there is space for car-camping and tent camping, as well as a host of other activities like: barbecuing, f…

  • Tenkitenki Mura Car Camping s…

    Located near Tateiwa (standing rock) on the San'in Coastline Geopark, this campsite is about a 5 minute walk from the beach and about a 10 minute walk from Hashiudo-so a day use hot spring.   Details: Camping Season: From April to October Summer Season Camping Fees: From 4,000 yen / sit…

  • Nakahama Beach Campsite

    Nakahama Beach Campsite is on the most northern beach in Kyoto prefecture. It is a sandy shallow beach with a breakwater so it provides save swimming for all.   Details: Camping Season: From July 11th to August 16th Nightly Camping Fees: 4,000 yen / tent (Parking Fee is Separate) Par…

  • Takashima Beach Campsite

    The campsite is open but the car park is closed until further notice. Takashima beach has very fine grains of white sand and a stunning view of "Tango Matsushima" Details: Camping Season: All Year Nightly Camping Fees: 2,000 yen / tent (there is a separate fee for parking) Parking Fee Ove…

  • Hei Beach Campsite

    Closed Until Further Notice. Hei Beach, located in Tango, is tucked into the “Tango Matsushima” area. Whether you want to try fishing by the rocks or just enjoy the beautiful natural scenery, you'll be able to enjoy your time in these crystal clear waters. This beach is 5 minutes away by car from …

  • Tateiwa & Nochigahama Be…

    Tateiwa & Nochigahama Beach are located right next to Kyotango's most famous geo-site Tateiwa. They are also within walking distance of the day-use hot spring Hashiudo-so, and the restaurant and gift shop Tenki Tenki Tango. There is an auto-campsite nearby too.   Details: Cam…

  • Sunagata Beach Campsite

    One of the draws of Sunagata Beach in Tango is the crystal clear waters, allowing you to see the corals under the waves. The beach as gentle shallow waters perfect for playing in. Mostly secluded from the road Sunagata has the atmosphere of a private beach, and is only a 5 min walk from a nearby …