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!