Roadside station Himi / 道の駅 氷見 漁港場外市場ひみ番屋街
There are a variety of restaurants where you can enjoy various dishes that you can only taste locally, such as carousel sushi using fish sent directly from Himi Fishing Port, Himi Udon, Himi Beef, Himi Curry!From fresh local fish caught to elaborate processed foods, there are plenty of shops where you can enjoy the seafood of Toyama Bay. There are also many character and food souvenirs. Experience “Himi” to the fullest while immersing yourself in the sea breeze and the atmosphere of Banya.
Takase Gorge / 高瀬峡
Takase Gorge is a route where you can enjoy waterfalls and mountain streams that span Ashinozawa, Shibusawa and Karazawa. It is popular as an affordable trekking course on the mountain path. There are springs on foot from the parking lot, and some people come to draw water. When you enter the forest road from the Fujii area, you will arrive at the parking lot with the foot of “Mountain God” in 5 minutes by car. You can enjoy wildflowers depending on the season, such as Yamayuri, Kurumayuri, Chigoyuri, cornflower, and diamondfish.
釧路市湿原展望台/Kushiro City Wetland Observatory
A representative base where you can see, know and take a walk through Kushiro Wetland. Admission is free on the first floor, and there are shops and restaurants. From the second floor, it is a paid display, and there are many exhibits that restored the animals and plants of the wetlands, such as the huge fish “Ito”, which is a phantom giant fish, in the zone that reproduces the Kushiro wetland. From the 3rd floor observation room and the roof, you can enjoy panoramic views such as the wetlands, Kushiro city and Akan mountains. In addition, there is a satellite observatory along the promenade of about 2.5 km per round, and about 1 km clockwise is barrier-free.
The Iwase family house was built in the late Edo period over eight years by Fujii Nagaemon, who plays the role of salt-boiled Kaga coffee. It is the largest scale of existing gassho-zukuri. The Fujii family ceased at the end of the Edo period and has since been owned by the Iwase family. As many as 35 people lived there. The Iwase family house was designated as an important cultural property on May 14, 1958. Although it is still used as a residence, it is possible to observe the interior with some exceptions.
Mikurigaike Onsen / みくりが池温泉
A hot spring located in Tateyama, Nakashinkawa County, Toyama Prefecture. Located in the Chubu Mountains National Park area. The highest altitude hot spring inn located in Japan at an altitude of 2,430m. It is usually open from mid-April to late November and is closed in winter. Like the hot springs in the surrounding area, it has both the elements of an inn and a mountain hut, and there are shared rooms as well as private rooms. Unlike pure mountain huts, it is not possible to stay more than the maximum number of beds, so reservations are mandatory during the season. Instead of in-house power generation, normal electricity is supplied, and there is no “light-out time” that is common in mountain huts. There is no TV in the private room. Although it is the best hot spring inn in Japan, it has only indoor bath and no open-air bath. Therefore, the hottest outdoor bath in Japan is Honzawa Onsen. Many people stay overnight on the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route or use it as a base for mountaineering. The ryokan also accepts day trip baths. If you declare after check-out, you can take a free bath any number of times on the same day, so you can use it after trekking or climbing.
Kitanosho Castle Park & Shibata Park / 北の庄城址公園・柴田公園
Kitanosho Castle Park and Shibata Park are located on the remains of a part of Kitajo Castle built by Shibata Katsuie (1523? -1583), which was first discovered by archaeological excavation. In the Tokugawa period, the appearance of Hideyasu Yuki (1574-1607) boldly remodeling the remains and building Fukui Castle can be confirmed in the stratum of the strata. Since then, this place has developed as the urban center of Fukui from the Meiji Restoration to the postwar and modern times. In that sense, Kitanosho Castle Park and Shibata Park are irreplaceable historic sites that tell the history of Fukui City, the prefectural capital, and tell the history of the subsequent development. * In spite of several disasters, the Shibata Shrine has been rebuilt and rebuilt in the area adjacent to the park in recent years as if to protect it, and Katsuie and the city are joined together. As a result, Shibata Shrine is a shrine visited not only by Ushiko, but also by Katsuie and city fans all over the country. In addition to the statues of Katsuie, the city, and the three sisters, you can see a monument by the Japanese painter Ikuo Hirayama, who is the descendant of Katsuie. You can learn more about Katsuie and Kitajo Castle at the museum.
Takefu Central Park Daruma-chan Square / 武生中央公園 だるまちゃん広場
An open space under the supervision of picture book writer Koshi Satoshi from Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture. There are plenty of fun playground equipment popular with children, such as large complex playground equipment, trampolines and flat fountains.