Mikata Lake / 三方湖
Mikata Five Lakes straddling Mihama and Wakasa. The five lakes of Kikuko, Suigetsu, Sakai, Mikata, and Hyuga have different water quality and water depth from seawater, freshwater, and brackish water, and the water color changes from season to season. It is said. The Urami River waterway connecting Lake Kumiko and Lake Suigetsu is especially known for its superb views. 300 years ago, the artificial waterway opened by Kyubey Mikata over the course of two years, steep cliffs sway left and right, and you can fully enjoy the valley mood. The area around Lake Mikata is a highlight spot of Wakasa Bay National Monument.
Kurobe Dam / 黒部ダム
The Kurobe Dam is a large-scale dam in the world, and the surrounding area is also the Chubu Mountains National Park, so many tourists visit it as one of the highlights of the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route. In addition, there is a scene where water is discharged from the dam in the video when introducing Kurobe Dam, but this is not always, but only from late June to mid-October, and is called “sightseeing water discharge”.
Ainokura Gassho-zukuri Village / 相倉合掌集落
This region is one of the world's largest heavy snowfall areas, and a gassho-style house with a large and steep roof was born from such a climate. There are still gassho-style villages in the Ainokura area of Nanto City (formerly Hiramura) and the Kakinuma area of the city (former Kamihiramura). On December 4, 1970, “Echinaka Gokayama Ainokura Village” It has been designated as a national historic site as the “Echinaka Gokayama Suganuma Village”, and in 1994 it was selected as an important traditional building preservation area. In December 1995, it was registered as a World Heritage Site as a “Shirakawa-go / Gokayama Gassho-style Village” along with the adjacent Shirakawa-go (Kashiwacho district) in Shirakawa-mura, Ono-gun, Gifu Prefecture. In March 2009, it was selected as the top three-star tourist destination in the “Michelin Green Guide Japon” travel guide Japan edition published by France Michelin. 17 places in Japan are selected as 3 stars. The Ainokura and Suganuma villages are also selected as 2 stars. In March 2015, it was selected as one of “Japan's 31 most beautiful places” announced by CNN, a news broadcast station in the United States.
Fuefukigawa Fruit Park / 山梨県笛吹川フルーツ公園
The Yamanashi Prefectural Fuefukigawa Fruit Park, located in Yamanashi, Yamanashi Prefecture, offers a variety of fruits, flowers and trees throughout the year. For families, there are open spaces, playground equipment, a road train that patrols the site, and a park where you can enjoy the day. Located on a sloping ground, the view of the Kofu basin spreading underneath is beautiful, and you can also see Mt. Fuji on a clear day. One of the new night views of New Japan. There is a product center in the “Fruit Center” in the park, and you can use footbaths while watching the scenery. At the natural hot spring “Akamatsu no Yupuku Puku”, you can enjoy the view from the open-air bath, the indoor bath, the dining room and the large hall.
Sekijousan Saifuku Temple / 西福寺 (魚沼市)
Hatta House Shoin / 八田家書院
A historic building in Yawata, Isawa-cho, Fuefuki-shi, Yamanashi. This is a separate building that is attached to the Yatsuta family red stamp house. The Yata family red stamp house is designated as a historic site in Yamanashi Prefecture, and the Shoin building is designated as a tangible cultural property in Yamanashi Prefecture. The front gate was relocated from Isawajinya.
Name: sunrise of Shimen (Beach) Address: Aichi Prefecture Tahara Hiji Access: from Toyohashi Railroad Atsumi Line Mikawa Tahara Station, about 50 minutes by bus Toyotetsu, romance months beach stop and get off, walk about 15 minutes Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu IC than about 2 hours, or Otowa Gamagori about 1 hour and 30 minutes from IC , or from Toyokawa IC about 1 hour and 30 minutes Telephone number: 0531-23-3516 (Atsumi Peninsula tourism bureau) Parking: Free