Onigajo, a work of art created by nature through geological protrusion, erosion and weathering, is a cliff that continues for 1 km along the Kumanonada Sea.
It is designated as Japan's Scenic Spot and also Natural Monument.
On top of the cliffs, there is a castle ruin dating back to the Age of Civil Wars, and a hiking path is made to connect Kumanokodo and Matsumoto-toge.
From the observation deck called the ""Demon's Lookout Point"", you could get the view of the entire Kumanonada Sea.
There are cherry trees planted along the hiking path leading to the top of the cliff, and in spring, 4 types of cherry blossoms will bloom one after the other and please the tourists for a long period of time.
0597-89-4111（Tourism & Sporting Activity Promotion Section, Kumano City Office ）
We have been doing "Answer to Win! Mie Perk Smartphone Campaign" since 8th August 2019.
Each time you answer a questionnaire on your smartphone at “Mie Travel Concierge”, you will get a perk on the spot.
Each time you answer a questionnaire on your smartphone at “Mie Travel Information Office” or “Mie T...
Local Gourmet, such as Matsusaka beef (Matsusaka Ushi), Ise-ebi (lobster), buffet-style restaurants of oyster all-you-can-eat, souvenirs such as Mikimoto Pearl known as the most high quality in the world, the superb v...
Kumano is a city in Southern Mie prefecture in the Higashi Kishu area that boasts a variety of attractions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Within minutes, you are able to enjoy historic shrines, ancient pilgrimage ro...
The Spiritual Majesty of Ise Jingu： It’s the soul of Japan.
Ise Jingu is the most important Jingu in Japan. It’s here, among gigantic, old trees that Amaterasu-Omikami, the greatest of the kami(Shinto-deities), ancestor of the Imperial family, is permanently enshrined. It is a...
Mie prefecture is home to some of the most famous Japanese sake breweries in Japan! Wakaebisu Brewery: Craft Sake Good Enough to be World Leaders
Take a trip inside one of the most famous sake breweries in Japan! Wakaebis Brewery has more varieties than any other brewery in Japan and has served sake to world leaders during the G7 summit in Ise. Step inside a ...