Kisaichimaruyama Ancient tomb(Ayabe)
Former Bito Family Residence（Yosano）
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60 Sezaki, Maizuru City
A farm leisure spot blessed with nature that can be enjoyed by the whole family
104-13 Kobashi, Maizuru City
Nicknamed the Kyoto Prefectural Fisheries Cooperative Oura Branch (Ryuguhama Branch). There is seafood sale
897 Chitose, Maizuru City
A park along the coast in the Chitose district, the entrance to Maizuru Bay
924-1 Hosono, Tochio, Maizuru City
Clear air, natural water from the mountains, the Sea of Japan and a magnificent view of the golf course
912-1 Butsushoji, Oe Town, Fukuchiyama City
There are facilities such as bungalows, campgrounds, tennis courts, grounds, and cafeterias. Drop-in hot water is possible
909 Butsushoji, Oe Town, Fukuchiyama City
A museum where demons play a leading role. Exhibits many materials such as Oeyama demons, Japanese demons, world demons, and onigawara
1906 Hirano, Yakuno-cho, Fukuchiyama-shi
There are 75 varieties and 135 cherry blossoms on the premises, and the cherry blossoms in the facility are lit up when the cherry blossoms bloom in April.
Butsushoji, Oe Town , Fukuchiyama City
A mysterious mountain where legends of demons such as "Shuten-doji" remain. Great place for hiking
1-2 Kameno, Aonomachi, Ayabe City
We have Ayabe-related products that are perfect as souvenirs, such as special products, fresh vegetables, and processed products.
10 Zainomukai, Mutsutoricho, Ayabe City
A natural hot spring that boasts one of the leading ingredients in the prefecture surrounded by the nature of Ayabe Uebayashi
10 Imatake, Mutsuyori-cho, Ayabe City
The tennis court is an all-weather clay court. Fully equipped with accommodations where you can eat
50 Wagami, Mutsuyori-cho, Ayabe City
Located next to Ayabe Onsen, it is fully equipped with a grand golf course with 5 courses and 40 holes of all-natural turf.
339 Seijoji Temple, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture
Located near Amanohashidate, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan
430 Ogaki, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture
It is the only large shrine in San'in-do, and boasts the highest status and history.
466 Monju, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture
The sacred place of the Buddha of the Buddha, which is known as one of the three Buddhist temples in Japan, known as the Buddhist temple of Kirito
640-73 Bunju, Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture
A hot spring next to Amanohashidate Station. Known as a hot spring for beautiful skin.
11 Hiji, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
Approximately 25 minutes to tour around Ine Bay and enjoy the view of Funaya with seabirds
459 Kameshima, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
There are restaurants, souvenir shops, lounges, etc.
593 1 Hirata, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
There is a sushi restaurant where you can enjoy the seafood of Ine Bay and a cafe with a great view of Ine Bay.
491 Hirata, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
You can enjoy the fresh fish landed in Ine Bay while looking at the Funaya group.
548 Kibashi, Yasakacho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
This is a hot spring facility that coexists with the beautiful nature of Tango. It has a restaurant and a shop.
1562 Ugawakyuso, Tango Town, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
Both the hot springs overlooking the scenic view of the Sea of Japan from the hills and the hot springs surrounded by bamboo grove are very popular
632-1 Tangocho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
We are proud of the abundant amount of water and the scenery of the scenic spot "Tateiwa".
1449 Asamogawa, Aminocho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
A relaxing hot spring facility overlooking the Sea of Japan built on a hill with a view of the sea
1682 Kanaya, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
Kozan Bunko holds "kakujiku" and "tanzaku" of Yosho Buson, Tekkan Yosano and Akiko.
433 Kaya, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto
The station building made of wood was the building that was actually used as Kaya Station on the Kaya Railway.
Kaya, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
A place where the high-quality textile Tango Chirimen flourished from Edo to the Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa eras.
1085 Kaya, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
House of raw silk crepe merchant built in 1863 (3rd year of Bunkyu).