Tsutanofuchi Falls are large falls with a width of around 70m and height of 10m on the Ochisegawa River which flows through the center of Toei-cho. These large falls are called the Niagara Falls of Oku Mikawa and offer different scenery throughout the year for visitors to enjoy.
|Address||Shimokawa, Toei-cho, Kita Shitara-kun, Aichi Prefecture|
|Fees||Free of charge|
These spots are recommended to truly experience the wonder of Honokuni. Let’s take a look at some of the top spots!
Toyokawa flourished due to Toyokawa Inari which is one of Japan’s Three Major Inari. It is also said that Toyokawa is the birthplace of inarizushi. Inarizushi has been available here for a long time and is enjoyed by shrine visitors. There are currently about 100 places where visitors can enjoy around 300 varieties of great tasting Toyokawa inarizushi.Details >
Visitors can enjoy different scenery all year long due to the 1,240m elevation. The village people at the foot of the mountain have revered this place as a holy mountain home to powerful tengu since the Kamakura Era (1185). People did not easily approach this area due to fears of the tengu. It is said that the tengu children at the sides of the powerful tengu gather from all around to practice divine spirit, divine will and magic at the nearby stone area. The area around Tengudana and the Mennoki Pass is equipped with facilities such as parking lots, parks, promenades (mountain climbing trails) and observatories enabling visitors to enjoy observing precious wildlife and plant life such as alpine plants.Details >
This seaside spot is filled with dreams, aspirations and excitement. The theme park LAGUNASIA holds enticing attractions and events while the Festival Market includes a fish market, restaurants and fantastic shopping. This area also has a full lineup of entertainment including natural hot springs. This compound marine resort overlooks the naturally beautiful Mikawa Bay.Details >
There are many famous places for cherry blossoms in Toyokawa and the Sanagawa Riverside which flows through the center of the city is one of them. Around 800 trees were planted in 1951 in commemoration of river improvement completion displaying pink flowers every year which hang low and come into contact with the river surface. People such as volunteers have been carrying out work on the area in recent years creating a contrast with the yellow colors of nanohana flowers.Details >
The Nanohana Flower Festival is held to signal spring on the Atsumi Peninsula. This festival is held from January to the end of March every year with yellow nanohana flower fields all over the Atsumi Peninsula. The Irago Nanohana Flower Garden is one of the most prominent of the main venue. There are a number of events involving, viewing, dining and having fun at nanohana flower fields. Experience fields of nanohana flowers in full bloom for yourself!!Details >