The Kyoto Coast

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The Kyoto Coast

Known colloquially as “Kyoto by the sea,” this area is a one of sandy beaches dotted with traditional fishing villages, lazy blue waters, and excellent local cuisine.


Day 1

One of the most visually appealing areas in Japan, this is a land of pine trees, sandy beaches, and blue waters.

Met at Amanohashidate Station> Amanohashidate Round Course by E-Bike> Yoshioya de (lunch, squid bowl)>
Amanohashidate Viewland> Accommodation: Tabashiro (crab dinner)

Day 2

The towns in this region show the character of the people here as towns are built right up to the edge of the water. As a result of this the homes here often have boat garages on their bottom floors and you can enjoy the charming maritime atmosphere of these small towns.

Leave Hotel> Ine Bay Tour>Funaya no Sato (Lunch, Restaurant Funaya)> Walk around Ine Town> Move toward Kyotango
City (viewing Tango Matsushima, Tateiwa, and Baifu Rock)> Sunset SUP experience at Yuhigaura Beach>
Accommodation: Yuhigaura Onsen Kamatsuen (seafood course dinner)

Day 3

This area is famous for its “singing sand,” which produces sound when walked upon. This area is also home to Fukuchiyama Castle, built by one of the most well-known figures in Japanese history.

Leave Hotel> Kotobikihama Narusago Bunkakan Lunch at Fukuchiyama> Castle Tour of Fukuchiyama Castle> Trekking in Kambayashi area (Visit to Nioumon National Treasure, Otochi no Ki)>
Accommodation: Satoyama Guest House Couture (fresh local cuisine dinner)

Day 4

9:30 Hotel check out

【 Fukuchiyama Castle 】
Fukuchiyama Castle built by Akechi Mitsuhide, a man who changed Japanese history. The view from the castle tower is regarded as being one of the best in the area.

【 Farmer’s Inn 】
A traditional style lodging and restaurant where you can still enjoy the slow-beat of a bygone era.

Kyoto by the Sea DMO

226 Kuchiono, Omiya, Kyotango, Kyoto
TEL 0772-68-5055