Somei-Yoshino cherry trees, among the four other varieties, planted in groups, making it the longest cherry blossom viewing passage in the Kita-Harima region.
Railroad remains, located in the Mukogawa Valley is very quiet and surrounded by the beautiful nature with 6 tunnels and 3 bridges, to open as a hiking trail.
Kogen-ji, located in Tanba-city, Hyogo is known as the historical zen temple and “Tenmoku maple”. It’s one of the best spots of red maple leaves in the area.
A hidden temple, located in the north part of Hyogo, near by Kinosaki-Onsen offers a breathtaking scenery with bright red Dodan-Tsutsuji Azalea in autumn.
Kinosaki is a pleasant historical hot spring town, allows you to have a unique Japanese experience while strolling around in Yukata, and hot springs hopping.
Takeda Castle, a stunning set of castle ruins located in the mountains of Hyogo is often called as the Castle floating in the sky or the Machu Picchu of Japan”.
Tatsuno Castle is located just 15km from Himeji castle in Hyogo. You can walk around the lovely castle town whle enjoying the historic atmosphere and see the view from the remains of the old castle.
Sasayama castle, located in Hyogo is rustic and tranquil, but it offers nice views of the surrounding countryside. The castle is a famous spot for cherry blossoms.
Koko-en, Japanese traditional garden in the west side of Himeji Castle consists of 9 various gardens of the Edo Period. Visitors can enjoy the seasonal changes.