Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing of Kawanishi-machi
Prefecture-designated intangible cultural assets Komatsu banner year lion dance of a race is loss in the teachings of Buddhism early in the Heian era.
Japanese the largest sightseeing dahlia Land opened in 1960 "Kawanishi dahlia.
The prefecture where about 100 kinds of herb is cultivated on site of 1,000�.
It is called Mt. alpine plant Lilium rubellum Shimokomatsu blooming in Mt. Shimokomatsu ancient tomb group.
220,000 that was donated by writer, dramatist Hisashi Inoue from Kawanishi-machi.
Wound is located by kumorieimegumiodaiwanao in the Meio era year (1492-1501). .
It became station of townsman Administration in townsman Station 1982 whom Kawanishi townsman managed.
Tenjin Mori ancient tomb is square tumulus after the front built in the fourth century. It is the past on the ancient tomb.
Barrel flat brewing possession. Only old ceramics, painting and calligraphic work, sword, Buddha statue from Kanto and to the north.
We climb a mountain from Kawanishi Dariya Garden which Ide Mountain Range, Asahi Peaks, Zao Peaks can view.
Small skiing area that is loved by local people. Not lift "rope-tow."
okitamamonosanjusankanonjushibansatsushookireikanon (the House of Shingon Buddhism pine Daiko Mitsuyama)
Thu which is enshrined in Kannondo that the House of Taiko 34th chief priest founded in 1743.
Takatou Yayama that is chosen in Mt. 100 Yamagata. Kawanishi Dariya Garden is boiled.
Ancient tomb group Shimokomatsu ancient tomb group largest in East Japan including country designated historic spot burial mound with a square front and a round back.
It is about 70 years years old, "oyamazakura" of 4.5 meters of length around the trunk. .
Sun that grain belt where country registration cultural assets were very large and rich Wed were superior after the Edo era.
Is called wisteria ka Mori castle from the castle trace old days of vassal, Harada of Date, ju .. of the Dates
The initiator truth finished bishop of the House of constant no place Taiko with truth finished bishop in 860 (Jogan 2).
British trip writer isabe which named Okitama "Oriental Arcadia."
Eight pieces of billboards announcing a framework-raising ceremony about main hall of the prefecture-designated tangible cultural property are left, mention.