Shorenjiko (Lake Shorenjiko) 青蓮寺湖

Enjoy cherry blossoms and red coloring of leaves, as well as grape picking and strawberry picking.

The Shorenji Dam, built on the Shorenji River, is located at the entrance of beaufiful "Kaochidani" Valley. On the surface of the dam, you will see reflections of the beautiful scenes of four seasons as they change, such as the cherry blossoms in spring and the red coloring of leaves in autumn. In addition, owing to the improvement carried out on the surrounding environment, you can also enjoy recreation such as playing tennis or bird watching.
Address
名張市
Phone
0595-63-7648(0595-63-7648)

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