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篠山の地図 Welcome to Tanba Sasayama

Tanba Sasayama is a castle town in a mountainous basin, located in the middle east of Hyogo Prefecture. Strategically positioned on Saikyo Kaido (West Kyoto Route, the main road leading to Kyoto) in the Edo period, the town reserves historical and cultural traits in those days. You can explore every aspect of the town: Castle and its townscapes, post town townscapes, natural and rural landscapes, and traditional festivals -- almost intact. Listed as the first Japan Heritage item by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in 2015, and registered as one of Japan's Six Old Kiln Sites for Tanba ware in 2017, this tour can enhance your experience in Japan!
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- To research what attracts tourists' interest or needs improvement from their point of view.
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- To develop new tour routes centered on Saikyo Kaido.

料理イメージ Special Lunch Time Activity
Hands-on Onigiri Making to Enjoy Local Cuisine


Enjoy Sasayama rice onigiri making using hot, just-off-the-cooker rice for your lunch at the Fukusumi-Wadaya house! The house serves rich Tanba Sasayama's wild boar meat soup, a local winter dish and sansho pickles.
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福住 Lodging houses in Fukusumi, an post town in the Edo period (Preservation District for Group of Traditional Buildings), among rural houses. 住吉
Sumiyoshi Shrine with "Garden of Suminoe" (Kare-sansui style) by Mirei Shigemori, a famous garden creator
波々伯部
Houkabe Shrine, dubbed as "a Gion Shrine in Tanba" 八上
"Yakami Castle", a hill castle related to Akechi Mitsuhide
河原町
Sasayama Castle Town Samurai houses and Kawaramachi Tsumairi-style merchant houses in the castle town district centered around the Sasayama castle (Preservation District for Group of Traditional Buildings).
安間家
Anma House used to belong to a retainer of the Aoyama family, Sasayama Domain lord and the only samurai house open to public viewing.
篠山城
A castle built by Tokugawa Ieyasu on a critical point of the San-in Route. Its Osyoin is on a scale too big for a daimyo. (Listed among Japan's Top 100 Castles).

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大書院 青山歴史村 安間家 歴史美術館
WITH Sasayama Corporation (dedicated to managing four cultural facilities in the city) トップページへ