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Shonai TownTourist site Sightseeing

Encounter nostalgic scenery and a plethora of nature.

Nature, history, traditional festivals. There is so much to see in Shonai Town.

Shonai Town Tourist site  Sightseeing

A list of tourist sites

  • Tsuki no Sawaryujin Winter Festival

    There are numerous fun events, including free slides and snow huts, snowmobiles, a karuta card game in the snow, and snowshoe trekking! There is also the only winter fireworks show in the Shonai r...

  • Shuuin Naitoh Memorial Museum of Watercolors

    Approximately 2000 pieces by Shuuin Naitoh, who served as chairman of the Japan Association of Watercolor Artists, are kept and displayed at this museum. Exhibits are changed by season. Located nex...

  • Rokubuchi Dam

    A large debris dam in Tachiyazawa River

  • Koidenuma Noson Park

    This park features fantastic scenery set against Mt. Chokai in the distance. Beautiful cherry blossoms bloom in the spring, and numerous carp streamers are flown to coincide with the blossoms. In a...

  • Kitagassan Forest

    This forest, located within Bandai-Asahi National Park, has a walking path stretching approximately 2 km to an observation deck. Visitors can refresh body and mind strolling amid Mother Nature.

  • Funatsunagi no Matsu (town-designated cultural property)

    In the early Edo period, the Mogami River flowed in the vicinity of the Amarume region and boats were tied to this pine tree, giving rise to the name "Funatsunagi no Matsu" (pine tree to which boat...

  • Haraida no Jizo no Matsu

    This giant pine tree has a trunk circumference of 4 m, 30 cm and is estimated to be 400 years old. The beautiful branches spread out to form a large umbrella-like shape.

  • Mikazawa no Chichi Icho (prefecturally designated cultural property)

    This ginkgo tree standing on Reiki-in Temple grounds is a prefecturally designated cultural property (natural monument). Because many "breast-shaped" large and small branches hang down from the bra...

  • Wind Turbine Village

    This spot is fun for both children and adults alike. It includes Windome Tachikawa, a learning facility that promotes understanding of wind and wind power generation, battery-powered cars popular w...

  • Wind Farm

    Visitors can learn about the history of wind turbines that have grown in size to 400 kw, 600 kw, and 1500 kw.

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