Mahoroba Ryokudo Street
This 6km long promenade is perfect for visitors to enjoy cycling and hiking while enjoying seasonal flowers and visiting tourist spots in Takahata town.
The Hirosuke Hamada
A museum that focuses on the world of Hirosuke Hamada, a fairy tale writer who is often referred to as “Japan’s Andersen” and wrote “Naita Akaoni”.
and Historical Park
A somewhat unusual shrine that enshrines dogs and cats. If you have your bike with you, we recommend that you to visit Akutsuhachiman Shrine where you can see a beautiful three-story pagoda.
Uriwari Rock Garden Park
A park that was built in the ruins of ｔhe site of the quarry. It has a secret-underground base like atmosphere and is surrounded by rocks that are about forty meters high each.
Akayu onsen (hot springs)
Akayu onsen (hot springs) is a hot spring district with over 920 years of history where fourteen tasteful Japanese style hotels are located and entertain tourists.
Nanyo Fruit Picking
Nanyo city produces a large quantity of fruits. Tourists can enjoy picking cherries at tourists’ orchards from mid-June to early-July.
Sosho Rose Garden
Six thousand aromatic roses of 340 varieties bloom at the “Rose Festival” that takes place between early-June and early-July.
Nanyo city is known for its high-quality ramen noodles that stand out even among other areas in Yamagata, which is known as the Ramen kingdom. Walk around and find your favorite ramen noodles!
Hygeia Park Nanyo（Spa）
At Hygeia Park Nanyo, visitors can enjoy bathing in seven kinds of baths while enjoying majestic views of the outside and purchase souvenirs. In the summer, visitors can swim in a lazy river as well.