KYOTANGO CITY MAP
KYOTANGO CITY MAP Tango Matsushima (Pine Tree Island) Tateiwa (Standing Rock) and Statue of Taizafs Empress with her son Prince Shotokutaishi Tango Onsen, Hashiudo-so Ukawa Onsen, Yoshi no Sato Kyogamisaki Toudai (Lighthouse) School of Wind, Kyoto Tango Ajiwaino Sato Yasaka Ashiginu Onsen Kotobiki-hama Asamogawa Onsen, Shizuka no Sato Kotobiki-hama gSinging Sandh Culture Hall Seawater Bath Shizuka Shrine Yuhigaura Shotenkyo Mount Kabuto Camping Ground gosyo inaba-honke Keitoku-in (Temple) Sliding Screen Pictures Tennyo (Angel) no Sato Tango Chirimen Silk Omiya Community Workshop Komachi Park Mount Uchi Buna-rin (Beech Wood)
1.Tango Matsushima (Pine Tree Island)
Tango Matsushima (Pine Tree Island) From Konoshiro the view as you look east towards Kyogamisaki headland resembles
one of Japan's top three scenes - gMatsushimah - and hence is known as
Tango Matsushima. It is one of Kyoto's best one hundred views.
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2.Tateiwa (Standing Rock) and Statue of Taiza's Empress with her son Prince Shotokutaishi
Tateiwa (Standing Rock) and Statue of Taiza's Empress with her son Prince Shotokutaishi This is the rock which appears in banishing oni legend. Said to have a circumference of around 1km, it is one of the few natural rocks of its kind in Japan. Along the coastline of Tango, with its many strangely shaped rocks, Tateiwa is a characteristic presence. Just before Tateiwa is a statue of the young Prince Shotoku standing close to his mother.
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3.Kyogamisaki Toudai (Lighthouse)
Kyogamisaki Toudai (Lighthouse) At the tip of the Tango Peninsular, standing on a cliff 140m above sea-level, Kyogamisaki Lighthouse was chosen as one of Kyoto's best one hundred scenes. It was first lit on 25th December 1898 (Meiji 31) and its lens is one of only six highgrade lenses in the country.
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4.School of Wind, Kyoto
School of Wind, Kyoto As the name suggests, this is a facility built to enable education about the environment.
With a panorama spanning Ine bay, Amino Town, Tango Town and across the Tango Peninsular, on a clear day it is possible to see as far as Fukui Prefecture and the tip of the Noto Peninsular.
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5.Tango Ajiwaino Sato
Tango Ajiwaino Sato With hand-made bread, sausage and pizza workshops and stalls, a barbeque house etc, Aijiwaino Sato is a theme park based on the enjoyment of our sense of taste. In the Forest Park there are go-karts and strange-shaped bicycles to enjoy.
In the petting farm there are cute animals to play with.
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6.Ukawa Onsen, Yoshino no Sato
Ukawa Onsen, Yoshi no Sato

Properties: simple alkaline onsen
Benefits: neuralgia, aching muscles, inflamed joints, stiff shoulders
Facilities: outside bath and sauna
Entrance fee: Adult Y600, Child Y300, Infant Y150
Opening Hours: 11am - 9pm
Holidays: Thursdays (or Friday, when Thursday is a national holiday)

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7.Yasaka Ashiginu Onsen
Yasaka Ashiginu Onsen

Properties: sulphuric onsen with Natrium and Calcium
Benefits: neuralgia, aching muscles, inflamed joints, poor circulation
Facilities: outside bath, jacuzzi, sauna and ghako mushih
Entrance fee: Adult Y600, Child Y400
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm (entry until 9pm)
Holidays: Wednesday (or Thursday, when Wednesday is a national holiday)

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8.Tango Onsen, Hashiudo-so
Tango Onsen, Hashiudo-so

Properties: sulphuric salt onsen with Natrium and Calcium
Benefits: relieves tiredness, neuralgia, rheumatism, poor circulation etc
Facilities: outside bath, sauna
Entrance fee: Adult Y500, Child Y200, Infant Y100
Opening Hours: 4pm - 10pm (Saturdays and holidays 11am - 10pm)
Holidays: 2nd and 4th Tuesday (or Wednesday, when Tuesday is a national holiday)

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9.Seawater Bath
Seawater Bath We invite you to enjoy Kyotango City's appealing saltwater bathing spots.
(Link to Kyo Tango-ya homepage)
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10.Yuhigaura
Yuhigaura From here you can see the most beautiful sunsets in Amino Town. The contrast of the setting sun sinking behind the faraway horizon and the waves breaking against the silhouetted rocks has a dramatic beauty.
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11.Mount Kabuto Camping Ground
Mount Kabuto Camping Ground Looking out onto Kumihama, Mount Kabuto's expansive lawn, hemmed by fields, makes a perfect camping ground or mini-athletics area. It's an ideal outdoor spot to come with the family.
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12.Kotohiki-hama gSinging Sandh Culture Hall
Kotobiki-hama gSinging Sandh Culture Hall The centre introduces the natural environment of Kotobiki-hama, the history of its gSinging Sandh and other such sands in Japan and the rest of the world. Let's
experience for ourselves this wonderful natural inheritance.
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13.Shizuka Shrine
Shizuka Shrine Just to the west of a small beachside settlement, standing on a sheer cliff, this small shrine invites a sense of pitifulness. In front of the shrine is the sparkling blue sea - the way in which the sea spray is dashed against the sunken rocks it is as though sadness is being washed away.
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14.gosyo inaba-honke
gosyo inaba-honke

The mansion, built over a period of 5 years from 1885 (Meiji 18) has been repaired and has been brought back to its former glory. The magnificent artifacts are certainly worth seeing, and at the workshop in the restored rice granary one can enjoy pottery or incense.

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15.Shotenkyo
Shotenkyo The sand bar that separates Kumihama from the seas resembles Amanohashidate, and so is known as Shotenkyo. From Mount Kabuto the view spans Kumihama's characteristic bay and the Japan Sea. In the winter, as persimmon fruit extend under one's view, the scenery is beautiful enough to take anyone's breath away.
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16.Kotohiki-hama
Kotobiki-hama Also known as one of Japan's best one hundred beaches, in summer is a bustling saltwater bathing area, famous as the best gsinging sandh beach in Japan. As you walk on the sand, grains of quartz vibrate and make a squeaking sound.
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17.Asamogawa Onsen, Shizuka no Sato
Asamogawa Onsen, Shizuka no Sato Properties: low osmotic pressure weak alkaline onsen
Benefits: neuralgia, aching muscles, stiff joints and shoulders etc
Facilities: scented bath, sauna, family bath and disabled-access bath (reservation
required), warm water pool, Japanese restaurant
Entrance fee: Adult Y500, Child Y300
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm (entry until 9:30pm)
Holidays: Tuesday (or Wednesday, when Tuesday is a national holiday)
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18.Mount Uchi Buna-rin (Beech Wood)
Mount Uchi Buna-rin (Beech Wood) 3.5 km north-east of Ikaga, 400m above sea-level in the Mount Uchi range is the Beech Wood. Spanning an area of approximately 40 hectares, the wood is home to over 300 species of plant-life. From the biggest birch in the prefecture - with a trunk circumference of 3.65m - to the rare creatures inhabiting the woods, Buna-rin is noted as a valuable educational area.
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19.Keitoku-in (Temple) Sliding Screen Pictures
Keitoku-in (Temple) Sliding Screen Pictures At Keitoku-in in Goka, the late-Edo artist Nagasawa Roshu's murals remain in the high priest's chamber, hence it is famous as the Temple with Fusuma Paintings.
You can view a collection of some 44 works here.
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20.Komachi Park
Komachi Park The park is located in the Ikaga area depicted in Komachi folklore. Based on Shinden-zukuri (a style of palace built in the Heian to Muromachi eras) surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, the building permeates a fantastical atmosphere which takes one to another era. The bronze statue of Komachi in the central entrance hall greets visitors with gentleness.
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21.Tennyo (Angel) no Sato
Tennyo (Angel) no Sato In the farmhouses particular to this region one can see the rich tones of their earthen walls and wooden frames. Upon entering the house one is warmly greeted by a faint scent of wood, and the countryside ambience.
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22.Tango Chirimen Silk
Tango Chirimen Silk The Tango region has been involved in sericulture for a long time, and silk production in the area has a history which can be traced back 1200 years. The chirimen technique was brought from the Kyoto Nishijin area and became known as Tango Chirimen. Nowadays, with its rich range of varieties and long history, the art of making Chirimen is thriving as one of the area's local industries.
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23.Omiya Community Workshop

An art space where even beginners can enjoy pottery and textile dyeing. In the pottery practice room one can experience kneading clay, moulding shapes on the hand-operated potters wheel, and decorating the finished product. In the dyeing workshop one can enjoy trying out traditional dyeing techniques.