This museum is housed in a 150-year-old building that once served as the home of a shōya (village headman). Downstairs is a collection...
The church here is a reminder of the town's Christian history. Hidden Christians from Nagasaki were exiled here in the early Meiji...
The broken walls of Tsuwano-jō brood over the valley. A slightly rickety chairlift takes you slowly up the hillside, and there's a...
The speciality here is fresh wheat noodles handmade on the premises, going into filling dishes like sansai udon (noodles with wild...
Just above the castle chairlift station, thriving Taikodani-Inari-jinja, built in 1773 by the seventh lord Kamei Norisada, is one of the five major Inari shrines in Japan. Walk up the hillside to it through a tunnel created by hundreds of torii, which are lit up at night, creating a beautiful sight from the town. There are fabulous views of the valley and mountains from the top.