Take up the challenge of the ski tour in the triple zone ski area with it's excellent quality of snow, long trails and long season.
A vast park crafted on the site of Takada Castle. Known as a great viewing spot for cherry blossoms, the park is embellished with about 4,000 cherry trees in April.
Japan's largest gold mine, which began operating in the Edo Period. You can see mining tunnels and remains of mining from back then.
An annual large-scale fireworks festival held on August 2 and 3. The large firework rings brighten up the night sky.
A Japanese restaurant popular for its seasonal seafood dishes
Reproducing the traditional Hatago (inn) with a quaint atmosphere
An historic shrine favored as a place of rest and relaxation by locals
Take some time to relax in the old entertainment quarter
A luxurious facility that mimics a Noh stage
A food market where you can find all kinds of ”tastiness” in Niigata
Enjoy a drink with the local catch from Sado
Shop at the market where locals flock
One of Tsukioka's most luxurious inns
Learn about the culture of Niigata
Special local products such as sake, rice, and koji (aspergillus oryzae) are lined up
Good-old traditional Shina soba
Enjoy the tasting of sake from breweries in Echigo
Soak in the therapeutic spring waters of the private spring at the sister ryokan, Yumeya
You can see Japanese crested ibis up close