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Happening] Diceke Tokushima's Yamainudake Challenge 1 [Far Far Away Trailhead].

This is a story about a visit to "Yamainudake" in Kamikatsu Town, a famous place that many people in Tokushima Prefecture are unaware of. It is said to be a spot where one can enjoy the wonderful moss-covered scenery and "look like the world of Princess Mononoke! It is said to be a "Princess Mononoke's world view! Actually, I went to the nearby area once this year, just before the request for self-restraint was issued, but I couldn't get there because they were working on fixing the landslide, which I didn't expect. So this time, we are heading to Kamikatsu ...

A story about enjoying Mt. Kenzan, the second highest sacred mountain in western Japan, alone.

Tokushima is home to Mount Tsurugi, the second highest mountain in western Japan.It is said to be known as a place where Solomon's hidden treasure may be hidden, where Christ may have hidden, where there is a power spot to break off bad relationships and bring good ones together, and where there is delicious spring water. He went there with his family when he was in elementary school, but remembers little about it. I started thinking, "Maybe I should go to Kenzan." I saw a feature on Mt. Kenzan on a local TV program in Tokushima, so I decided, "Okay, ...

Yoshinogawa Highway Oasis to buy Handa Somen noodles→Michi no Eki Mino→Michi no Eki Mima no Sato course.

I'm going to get some handa somen noodles." That is the motivation for today's tourism. I went westward to the west in the course of my work. At any rate, I decided to buy Handa Somen last because of its location, so I went to Yoshinogawa Highway Oasis first. Yoshinogawa Highway Oasis There is a set restaurant here that is open at 7am. The last time I was here, I was sick and had a pontoon and was wondering about it. The exterior looks like this. It's very lively, and the goodwill is flipping out. Basically, it is self-service, so ...

Awa City Enjoyment Demons Go - Wasanbon, Tarai Udon, and Tsuchihashira Sightseeing

Wansanbon, an up-and-coming store of traditional sugar and wasanbon ※写真はイメージです。 Our destination is Wasanbon Wansanbon. It is a store that deals in wasanbon (a type of Japanese confectionery), and they offer a drying experience. It has been featured on TV and other media, attracting visitors from outside the prefecture, and is sure to increase in popularity in the future. What is Wasanbon? It is a type of sugar traditionally produced in eastern Shikoku, mainly in Kagawa and Tokushima prefectures. It has a unique flavor similar to that of mellow brown sugar, and is characterized by its pale yellow color, fine ...

Indigo Dyeing Experience, Stopping at a Roadside Station, Looking at Prisons, and Warehouses on Stilts.

Unable to get on the boat, I was completely sulking and ran out of Naruto with a pout. I somehow passed by "Ai no Yakata" and "Asutamu Land" and when I approached Kamiita-cho, I found a sign that caught my attention. The "Hall of Techniques"! What is it? You're making me curious! Once I got curious, there was no way to stop. We drove through a very narrow street, and once we made a wrong turn, we pulled into a rickety parking lot. Wow, the building has quite a nice facade. But there is no sign of anyone. I'll go ...

I went to Naruto, a favorite of Tokushima residents, to eat seafood and see the whirlpools.

I like Naruto, and I will probably go there often from now on. Even if I don't introduce it in my blog, I will go there. As for why I like Naruto, I'll skip that part because it has nothing to do with tourism! Anyway, the reason I went to Naruto today was to fulfill two major purposes: to eat Naruto seafood and to see the Naruto whirlpools. Surprisingly goofy, right? But as I approach 30 years of age, I've come to realize how important it is to have a goofy sense of humor. So, here we go again with ...

I, who was born and raised in Tokushima, enjoyed sightseeing in Tokushima alone.

This week we toured the western part of Tokushima Prefecture. First of all, I drove from 6:00 a.m. to cross the Kazura Bridge. From where I live, it takes about two hours. So we left early in the morning when it would be relatively empty. Now it's time to go to Kazura Bridge! We encounter a rat catcher rather quickly and are greatly freaked out, but since we are driving safely to begin with, we pass through without any problems. But the policemen are hard to deal with at 6:30 in the morning. I was unfamiliar with the area around ...

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