BEACHES & OUTDOORS

Outdoors & Camping

  • Hanago Okada (Flower Garden)

    Hanago Okada is a large flower garden in Amino Town, Kyotango City with an area of 75,000 square meters. Colorful flowers bloom across the garden, as far as the eye can see. Tulip, ground pink wisteria trellis, rape blossoms, double cherry blossoms, and many more flowers bloom right in front of you.…

  • Uchiyama Beech Forest

    “Uchiyama Beech Forest,” located in Omiya City, is the largest beech forest in the Northern Kinki region, spanning across a slope of over 450 meters in altitude. This forest is a treasure chest of nature, being the home to not only beaches but maple, zelkova, and 300 more types of plants. Beech fore…

  • Isanagosan Mountain

    Isanagosan Mountain, located in Mineyama Town, has a height of 661 meters, and is famous for being the mountain where the “Swan Maiden,” one of the 7 beauties in Kyotango, landed. This mountain is the origin for the oldest Japanese legend of the Swan Maiden. At the midslope of this mountain is “Me…

  • Kirifuri Waterfall

    Kirifuri Waterfall is a waterfall located at the mountain valley of Shinjo, Amino Town along the Kumihama direction of National Route 178. The waterfall has a width of 4 meters, and height of 21 meters. The falling water hits against the bare rock surface, causing the water to spray into a mist. On …

  • Tenyo no Sato Village

    Tenyo no Sato Village is an interactive facility located at the base of Mt. Isanago, the land of the Swan Maiden, the oldest legend in Japan. The traditional village-house style cottages and the campsite serves as the center for rural activities such as mountain stream fishing, rainbow trout-grabbin…

  • Kabutoyama Park Campsite

    “Kabutoyama Park Campsite,” located in Kumihama City, is a campsite at the base of Kabutoyama mountain with Kumihama Bay around its perimeter. This location hosts various activities, such as camping, auto-camping, barbecue, fishing, water splashing, mountain exploring, and an outdoor obstacle course…

  • Tenkitenki Mura Auto Campsite

    Camping Season: From April to October Summer Season Camping Fees: From 4,000 yen / site Winter Season Camping Fees: From 1,000 yen / site Reservations: Required

  • Nakahama Beach Campsite

    Camping Season: From the end of April to the end of September Nightly Camping Fees: 2,000 yen / tent (there is a separate fee for parking) Reservations: Advanced reservations are not needed (first-come, first-serve basis on the day of)   *NOTE: Reservations are needed for Automobile (camp…

  • Takashima Beach Campsite

    Camping Season: All Year Nightly Camping Fees: 2,000 yen / tent (there is a separate fee for parking) Reservations: Advanced reservations are not needed for "free-sites" (campsites without preset boundaries) (first-come, first-serve basis on the day of)…

  • Hei Beach Campsite

    Camping Season: From Mid-July to the end of August Nightly Camping Fees: 2,000 yen / tent (there is a separate fee for parking) Reservations: Advanced reservations are not needed (first-come, first-serve basis on the day of)