Visit Kinosaki Onsen

A cozy hot spring town renowned for its hot springs and atmosphere

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Heshiko Factory HISAMI

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Heshiko, Kyotango's local dish of pickled mackerel, is a salty pickled treat that goes well with rice. Enjoy our twist on the traditional heshiko. Recommended Souvenir: Hisami no Heshiko (Shifuku)

Matsuzakaya

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Please enjoy our original sake “Ryuu-guuro Mantan”, which was aged for 6 months, 27 meters below the sea of Kyotango City, and refined sake “Kome-Bito,” which was produced by reviving the “Rice Sake Trade” system which supports ri……

Japanese Confectionary Toda Fugetsu-do

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Our shop manufactures and sells snacks which relate to the legends and the history of Tango. We will be celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2020. Kotohira Monaka and Tango Path have been enjoyed by our customers for many years, an……

Tango Jersey Farm & Dairy Kitchen Sora

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At Tango Jersey Farm & Dairy Kitchen Sora, everything is handmade using fresh milk from jersey cows, freshly produced right here on our farm.

Onozin Shoyu & Miso

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We are a miso and soy sauce production warehouse established in 1912. We preserve traditional manufacturing methods, while also releasing products that meet the needs of modern consumers. We make products which are delicious, safe……

Kanihan

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This shop has a rich lineup of local Tango souvenirs, such as Tango’s sea products, Tango Koshihikari rice, melon, pear, and other seasonal produce, and a variety of packaged snacks.

Japanese confectionary Ann

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This shop manufactures and sells Kyotango’s traditional Japanese souvenir snacks and seasonal, perishable desserts. Visitors can casually enjoy a matcha and Japanese snack set at the café. [Recommended Souvenir] Trio Kintsuba……

Ukawa Onsen Yoshino-no-Sato Marche

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A direct sales market attached to a hot spring facility with a beautiful view of the ocean. This shop has a lineup of fresh, local produce, processed seafood, and sundries.

Kumihama SANKAIKAN

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Kumihama SANKAIKAN has a rich lineup of quality speciality products of Kumihama. The shop is attached to a restaurant where diners can enjoy handmade food with local ingredients.

Tenki Tenki Tango

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With a rich lineup of Tango’s specialty products including Tango silk crepes, Tenki Tenki Tango also contains a restaurant which serves fresh seafood. [Recommended Souvenir] Lightly pickled heshiko

Tango Kingdom Shoku-no-Miyako

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“Tango Takumi-an” is a souvenir shop located in “Tango Kingdom Shoku no Miyako,” the largest roadside station in Western Japan, with a lineup of Tango souvenirs such as Tango Chirimen silk crepes and local beer.

Amity Tango

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This souvenir shop has a rich lineup of Tango’s locally produced items such as Tango Chirimen (silk crepes), local sake, and crafts. [Recommended Souvenir] Tango Chirimen

Sotoyu Hanayumi

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A home to an open-air bath and lie-down bath with a view of a waterfall and garden, this facility not only contains a large open bathhouse but a restaurant as well.

Asamokawa Onsen Shizuka no Sato

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A calm hot spring facility located on a hill that looks out to the sea. This is a perfect destination for a relaxing family vacation, with its hot spring, observation lobby, and restaurant which looks out to the Sea of Japan, as w……

Minato Yuuyuu Onsen

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Here, visitors can indulge in the open, large bath house and outdoors bath filled with water from Minato Yuu Yuu’s own source. After enjoying the bath, visitors can head up to the top floor lounge, with an observation space with a……

Tango Onsen Hashiudo-so

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This hot spring facility boasts the rich, abundant water pulled directly by a pipeline from a nearby water source, and its view of the scenic destination “Tateiwa.” This lodge is so close to the ocean that you can hear the roaring……

Ono no Komachi Onsen

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Ono no Komachi Onsen has alkaline waters which are gentle on the skin. Located on a hill that looks over the city of Oomiya, this hot spring facility is surrounded by fun destinations, such as the “Oomiya Fureai Studio.”

Kumihama Onsen Yumotokan

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The largest hot spring facility in the northern Kinki region, Kumihama Onsen Yumotokan prides itself on the Gensen-Kakenagashi (water flowing directly from the hot spring source). Both the male and female baths have indoors, outdo……

Yasaka Ashiginu Onsen

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This day-trip hot spring facility is located on a small, high hill that looks over the Yasaka Plateau of Kyotango City. This facility stands in the beautiful Tango nature, by using discarded tempura oils and wood chip fuel to warm……

Ukawa Onsen & Yoshino-no-Sato

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Here you can find an “ocean hot spring,” with a breathtaking view of the blue waters of the Sea of Japan and a sunset over the horizon, and a “mountain hot spring” surrounded by bamboos and forests. These two baths are switched fo……

Kyotango City History Center

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This museum is housed in a building of a former elementary school. The museum houses about 8,000 items, mainly items relating to traditional daily life and agricultural equipment, but also items relating to the fishing industry, f……

Komachi Koen Park

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“Komachi Koen Park,” located in Oomiya City, is a park in the historic land of Komachi, where “Ono no Komachi,” one of the six famous poets of the Heian Era who was said to be extremely beautiful, spent her last days. In the park,……

Kotohikihama Singing Sand Cultural Building

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This is an experience-based facility where you can learn everything about the singing sands of Kotohikihama Beach. Many things drift in on the ocean’s current into Kotohikihama Beach on the Sea of Japan. See the stories these item……

Mitsumasa Anno Art Museum

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At this museum, you can visit an exhibition of soft, delicate watercolor paintings of landscapes and scenery from around the world. The building was designed by world-renowned architect, Tadao Andou. You can also find the studio……

Gosho Inaba Honke – Historical Merchant House

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At the “Gosho Inaba Honke" , the main family house of a wealthy merchant family, located in Kumihama City, you can visit a reproduction of the mansion of the Inaba Family, who came to enormous wealth through a shipping agency busi……

Heiji Jizo (Stone Statue of Standing Jizo Bosatsu)

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Heiji Jizo is the largest stone Jizo (a guardian deity of children & travelers) in Kyoto Prefecture, with a height of 5.3 meters, including the platform. In 1833, a monk collected donations for the temple to erect this statue.……

Keitoku-In Temple

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Keitoku-In Temple is famous for having 44 screens of fusuma (Japanese sliding screens) paintings by the Japanese artist Roshu Nagasawa, of the Maruyama school. The six rooms in our main temple contain an 8-screen painting of a tig……

Nyoi-Ji Temple

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A calm, inland bay spreads out in front of the gates of this temple, which is located in a bountiful, natural, environment with a striking view. The large, well-kept grounds of Nyoi-Ji Temple is covered in various flowers, trees, ……

Takano Jinja Shrine

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This shrine has the“Kikunogomon” or Imperial chrysanthemum emblem showing its venerated status and connection to the emperor. There is also another emblem, “Toukamon”, which is the emblem of a specific family. The temple's main ……

Kotohira Jinja Shrine

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Established in 1811, Kotohira Jinja Shrine, attracts people from all over Tango who pray here for business prosperity, scholastic excellence, marriage and more. In the fall the shrine is decorated with beautiful autumn leaves.……