This museum contains interesting displays of the scenery from the woodworking labors of this town, which has proceeded through history as a lumber town.
You can see all the way to the Oga Peninsula from the top floor.
This is the oldest morning market in the prefecture, boasting 500 years of history! Recently, young people are also participating. They’ve formed a team to promote the market. You can find local produce and food items as well as crafts and items handmade by local young people.
This is a rare sight. A tree growing on top of a boulder appears to be stretching its roots down, creating a little forest. This popular spot has a great view of clear streams and beautiful trees.