Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing spots by Themes
Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing spots by area
Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing
As for the Risshaku-ji Temple mainly on Hojusan Risshaku Temple, Jikaku Daishi is (860)1.. in 860
As for "the Risshaku-ji Temple pleasing atmospheric scenery seasonally," colored leaves are right zetsu, too.
300 cherry trees bloom at time of cherry tree, and Higashizawa Rose Park which is famous spot of cherry tree is disturbed.
Tendo-shi is located in the central part of Yamagata Basin. In the neighboring mountains, the daylight hours are the head.
Chokai-no-Mori Forest is got close to as Kenmin-no-Mori (Prefectural Public Forest); Chokai-no-Mori Forest of the accommodations.
Tourists many in famous spot of cherry blossom viewing that approximately 250 cherry trees around moat shine in the surface of the water.
Walk Courses from silver mine hot-spring resort to "waterfall of silver" "silver mine sinus" walks with yukata.
Sankyo Soko as symbol of fertile rice-growing area Shonai Be built in (1893) in 1893.
Kajo Park of city area is located in the center, and almost have area of approximately 35.9ha.
Eboshiyama Park is Yonezawa Basin in Park made with power of volunteer local in the Meiji era.
Shinjo-shi is a castletown with 68,200-goku. The castle Shinjyo castle.
Call valley of section to Furukuchi ～ Kiyokawa whom Mogami River flows through "Mogami-kyo Gorge".
There is area that can admire stock of fields and mountains grass a lot; natural observation and forest bathing.
It is Campsite right by Lake Shirakawa. In Shirakawa lakefront Park in the same site.
It is popular facility so as not to get reservation during period in summer vacation. Pan, tableware.
There is ranch in site; calf and goat, rabbit, contact and bait with dogs.
West Park pays its attention to absorption, green work fixing with carbon dioxide; the earth.
One of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in the city. garima wide scenery of cherry tree which is beautiful mainly on Kaminoyama-jo Castle.
Do particularly severe seisusumiketsusai, and, in ascetic practices of Dewa San-zan, quit staple grains ten grain; most.