tourist destination near Satoyama Cafe HAKU
Satoyama Cafe HAKU runs private lodging.
Please come when you visit Iwakuni / Miyajima.
We will pick you up at Iwakuni Station / Otake Station.
There are not many buses, but you can get a timetable at the time of booking.
Please call if you miss.
Mikawa Mu Valley
It is one of the tourist spots of Iwakuni city.
The site of the tungsten mine has been reborn as a mysterious underground kingdom. As you step into the dark world, guided by the lights of Cantera, you will find the ancient Incas and the legendary Mu continent. Corridors of standing statues of soldiers and murals, underground lakes that emit fantastic light, etc. appear everywhere, and it is time slip to the world of romantic and fantasy! In addition to adventure-type main attractions, there are many facilities where you can enjoy gold panning and natural stone digging.
Huge waterwheel "Dakamaru-kun"
We can guide foreigners staying to nearby spots.
"Dassai" is one of the famous sakes in Japan.
Up to this point, there is Mikawa Moon Valley, a giant watermill "Dekamaru-kun".
The guide fee is 20,000 yen a day.
The scenic spot "Kintai Bridge", which is also called the miracle bridge. A traditional bridge construction method that has not changed since the Edo period
"Kintai Bridge" over Nishiki River flowing through Iwakuni City. In 1673 (Kanbun 13), it was built by Iwakuni feudal lord Yoshikawa as a bridge connecting the castle towns on both sides.
The beautiful scenery woven by five wooden arch bridges is counted as one of Japan's three famous bridges, and has been designated as a national scenic spot. It is popular as a tourist spot that represents Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Itsukushima Shrine is one of the three major scenic spots in Japan, and is also a world heritage site.
Itsukushima Shrine is a historic shrine that is said to have been built in 593, and has been burned down several times to date, but has been rebuilt each time.
Itsukushima Shrine has many national treasures and important cultural properties, and the most famous one is Otorii.
Due to the tide, the torii gate can be walked under the torii gate when it is pulled down, and when it is full, you can pass under the torii gate by boat.