Kyoto by the Sea Tourism Zone

Ine Bay/ Funaya of Ine

IN Tango is a wild city located in the northern part of the peninsula, which is spread in the Sea of Japan in Kyoto.Famous fun about the beautiful curve of Inie Bay (the traditional fisherman's house). This area has been selected as one of the essential maintenance districts of Japan for groups of conventional buildings. They were fools because their name suggests, both the fishermen and their small ships, small houses built to build homes, boats are happily located on the "floor" first. When you look at the window area, the oceans go out to the sea, offer a picturesque sea view. Recently, neighbourhood fishers started using the second floor of fun as a non-permanent residence.

Amanohashidate View Land

Amanohashidat is one of the "three most famous scenarios" in Japan. This kind of natural land bridge has been described in mythology as was done in the form of the path of Goddess Izanami-no-Mikato from heaven by the first god Izanagi-no-mikoto. Amanohashidad is a natural work of art, which is built by the Sea of Japan and Noda, which is flowing from the source on the mount. Storehouse Mysterious beauty, white sands and eastern pine trees offer great views. About 8,000 pine jungle in crushed stone grows with a bridge of approximately 3. 6 kilometres.

Kasamatsu Park

Kasamatsu Park is a hill park found in Kyoto Prefecture, and it is known as Park, which you will see Amanohashidet, which is considered one of the three best ideas in Japan. Amanohashidad is a sand melody located in northern Kyoto, and the name Amanohashidet means "To get a bridge on the sky" fully enjoying Amanohashidet, you just need to believe it; One of the popular and unusual traditions around Amanohishidta is to stand so that your back is facing Amanohashidet again, then tilt down and see Amanohashidet through your lower limbs. By doing this, it seems that heaven and earth have changed places, and Amanohashidat will appear indiscriminately as it was a connection in the sky. In the Japanese language, it is called "Mutonozoke" and Park is a unique platform to complete your car.

Shotenky o Sandbar

Shotenkyo Beach is found in Kyotango. Make Shotenkyo Beach part of your personal Kyotango travel program using our Kyotango Travel Planner. The sand is golden and soft (there is nothing ordinary in Japan - actually grey in fact) and the water was calm, transparent and clean ... tunes are incredibly shallow - just perfect for comfort and swimming.

Moto Isenaigu Kotai Shrine 

Moto Isenaigu Kotai Shrine is located in Isenaigu Kotai Shrine Fukuchiyama. Use our Fukuchima Travel iPhone app to install your visit to Moto Isenaigu Kotai Shrine and other attractions of Fukuchiaamah.

Moto Ise Kono Shrine

Moto Kono Shrine is a classic temple that holds a secure connection with the famous IS Sparkle in May Pref. It is known that the goddess of agriculture, Toyouke-? Mikami, who lived in this area once, was called ISE Shrine by Sun Devi, Amataresu? Mikami, and recently ISE Shrine has been established. There are five colourful lawsuits with the interior temple-facing railings, a Shinto ideal in which only two temples are allowed in the country - ISE Shrine and Kono Shrine.


Kinu Tateiwa - Otsuribashi Suspension Bridge is a 140-meter long pedestrian-only suspension bridge connecting Kinugawa Onsen and Tateiwa. After completion of 2009, the significant delay, bridge passing 40 feet above the Kingua River, became a new milestone in Kingugawa. Walking on the bridge can enjoy the fantastic views of the river rapids and the surrounding green floors. The view of the observation deck is also spectacular in Tateiwa.

Fukuchiyamajo Park

This is a great park to open. There is now a big playground for children to enjoy outside. Whether it rains, there are small science monuments on the other area of the park (the pink building). The zoo is only a 10-minute walk away, so the poor destination is not to lose. It gets quite hot in summer, and there is not too much shade, so apply so much sunshine on hot days.


Chionji Temple is a temple at the southern access of the Amanohashidate Sandbar. Part of the Rinzai School of Japanese Zen Buddhism, the temple houses one of Japan's "Three Important Within the of Monju Bosatsu", the Buddhist god of perception and intellect. As a result, students and other visitors come to the temple to pray for both knowledge and academic and private success. They purchase personal fortunes (omikuji) shaped like folding fans, which many people leave hanging from pine trees all around the temple grounds.

Ayabe Gunze  Square

One of Japan's leading textile manufacturers, Gunze, was founded in Ayabe in 1896, inhaling and exhaling vitality into the area until it was known across Japan as "the silk city". Today, the Gunze Memorial Hall(formerly the head office) and the head office factory gateway have been restored and preserved as ancient historical monuments which may have given rise to the modern-day silk industry. Ayabe Gunze Square was also opened in May well 2014 as a new attraction and has changed into a link of interaction for site visitors to the area.

Hamazume Beach 

Hamazume Beach is situated in Kyotango. The 8-kilometre stretch of white sands and green pines to Shotenkyo, Kumihama, with the shallow ocean and rough territories, clamour with bathers and fishers. You can see an excellent night see that speaks to Tango at Sunset Beach where the red sun sets into the great beyond. There are seats along the "Yuhi-no-michi" promenade along the shoreline where you can unwind and appreciate the nightfall.

Nariai-Ji Temple 

Nariaiji Temple is a sanctuary of the Shingon group of Japanese Buddhism. The refuge was initially situated close to the highest point of Mount Tsuzumigatake, yet was moved to its present area additionally down the mountain following an avalanche around 250 years prior. The present sanctuary grounds are still sufficiently high on the incline to offer some decent perspectives over the narrows beneath. Be that as it may, it requires a smidgen of the push to get to them. Nariaiji Temple is one of the 33 sanctuaries that are gone by along the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage in Western Japan. Appropriately, the sanctuary's first protest of love is a cut wooden statue of Kannon, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, that dates from the Heian Period.

Manai Shrine

Manai Shrine is situated in Miyazu. Manai Shrine is one more of the six place of worship journey around the Ou District of Izumo. It is likewise recorded in both the Izumo Fudoki and the Engishiki. 
Before the Meiji Period, it was known as Izanagi-sha, which reveals to us who the essential kami is. It isn't a long way from Kamosu Shrine, another place of worship associated with Izanagi's departure from Yomi