Discover the best top things to do in Tanabe, Japan including Adventure World, Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Routes (World Heritage), Kumano Hongu Taisha, Shirahama Beach, Kumano Hongu Taisha Kyushachi Oyunohara, Engetsuto, Kawayu Onsen, Senjojiki, Sandambeki Rock Cliff, TANABE Tourist Information Center.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
This attraction costing approximately 4000 yen per day is worth the price of admission. The Penguin exhibition is the largest I have ever seen and the safari includes getting up close to giraffes hippos, lions, tigers and bears and if you want to pay extra you can even drive your own safari vehicle.
The water show with seals and otters was funny and entertaining and then there's the rides too. Most fascinating is their panda exhibition which if you haven't seen pandas up close, they are fun to watch. And finally, congrats on your new baby panda born just a few weeks ago.
We spent 4 hours @ Adventure World in the rain (most walking paths are covered for rain or sun protection) and even at the entertainment fee of approximately $10US an hour, per person, it was worth it.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
We started from Takahiri oji for a 3 day hike toward Hongu Taisha. Weather was perfect and sunny. We overnight in Takahara and Zakura at an excellent house (Tenkunosatoyama) and Minshuku (zakura next to a spring) with excellent food prepared by a chef. The tap water was sweet and excellent quality.
4.5 based on 396 reviews
Football fans might recognize the crow crest in this shrine from a certain team. It's an interesting shrine in a remote location which may not be worth it for someone casually interested, but if you're in the area or like seeing these sorts of things, you won't be disappointed. There isn't anything of note in the area, so bringing your own food is something to consider.
4.5 based on 552 reviews
Shirahama beach is a sister beach of Waikiki beach of Honolulu Hawaii. A beautiful white sand beach. It has a nice Promenade in some sort of green stone from the right of the beach near a shrine to the left near the Tsukumoto Ashiyu. It is right in “town” so there are a lot of activities around that area. Senjojiki sandstones and Sandambeki cliff are easy walks from the beach area.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
We chose to drive instead of walk since we had a rental car drove around the coastal area. This is one of the 3 Temples to visit in this region.
Beautiful temple which Soccer fanatics should visit since this is also the logo of the Japanese national Soccer team - Blue Samurais ( 3 legged bird). There are several Soccer offerings to the temple to ensure divine Soccer win.
Some steep steps to walk to reach to the Top temple entrance from car park. There are restaurants and shops near the car park. Car park is free.
4 based on 388 reviews
It really needs luck to visit this place. I visited there for 2 days and the first day was blocked by cloud and second day was better, but still blocked by cloud. Even the sun is not really in the middle of the hole, but the view is fantastic.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
This hot Springs is different from most because it is in a cold river. You sit in an area where hot water comes from Springs under the ground. We wore swimsuits (this is not usually the case in Japan), but noticed some local residents not using them, so I assume it is okay to go in with or without a swimsuit.
The view is nice, but it is more about the experience of sitting in a river with hot water coming up and being in the Mountains that makes this place special.
4 based on 446 reviews
I know this is a listed Cultural Asset of Japan, but it is also just an interesting rock formation, and it an be found in several spots along the coast near Shirahama.
The formations are pretty cool, tough to be honest if it weren't for the sign drawing my attention to them, I'd likely have walked right on by.
Not a bad thing to see if you happen to be walking the beach path, but I wouldn't go out of my way to see them.
4 based on 415 reviews
Very beautiful high oceanside cliffs. A 1300-yen elevator ride takes you down ocean level into a system of caves and tunnel where you can see/hear in rushing waves. Samurai naval warrios used that as a hiding place back in the samurai warring era. It was a 2.5-hour casual walk from the Shirahama Seaside Onsen Hotel to this point. One can catch the bus but walking is faster from going from one scenic spot to the next one.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
This office made all the arrangements easy for us. It should be the starting point for any vacation in this region
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