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Shonai TownTourist site Fun

Thoroughly enjoy traveling in the countryside!

Have fun trekking and playing in rivers and snow. Here we introduce events and facilities in Shonai Town that can be enjoyed in all four seasons.

Shonai Town Tourist site  Fun

A list of tourist sites

  • Rokubuchi Dam

    A large debris dam in Tachiyazawa River

  • Hachiman Park

    Located next to Amarume Hachiman Shrine, this park has a fountain and playground equipment. Visitors can enjoy the peacocks and pigeons in the birdhouse and Seigaan, a one-story wooden sukiya-style...

  • Tateyama Park

    Located on a low hill overlooking the Shonai Plain, the park boasts approximately 1,000 cherry blossoms that bloom in the spring. During the cherry blossom festival held each year in April, visitor...

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • Mogamigawa Samidare Dam/Fish Gallery

    Mogamigawa Samidare Dam is one of the largest rubber dams in Japan. In addition to information on the dam facility and fish aquariums, the underground fish gallery has windows that give a view of f...

  • Nanbusanson Grounds

    These grounds offer an area where people can fully enjoy outdoor activities such as camping and outdoor cooking in a magnificent outdoor environment in Tachiyazawa. At the annual summer event, Ryuj...

  • Onakajima Shizen Fureai-kan, Mori Mori

    The facility lets visitors experience the nature found in the Tachiyazawa River basin. It can also be used for hands-on interactive activities for groups such as elementary and jr. high school stud...

  • Gassan Shrine

    Together, Mt. Gassan, Mt. Haguro and Mt. Yudono comprise the Three Mountains of Dewa. The faithful come to Mt. Gassan because it is a sacred place for ascetic Shugendo practices. In addition, the g...


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