Best of Japan in Nikaho City
About the WOW U-mediator leading this tour
What we'll do
Recommend it to those coming to Akita for the first time!
It is a tour around famous tourist spots in Nikaho city in Akita prefecture.
Also, you can arrange a schedule if there is a place you want to go to.
Why don't you experience the epic Japan that can not be examined by Google!!
Things you need to know before the tour
Things you need :
-Lunch(approx. JPY 1,000~2,000 per person)
TDK History Museum is a place where you can learn about the history and future of electronic devices. Entry is free, and it is available to anyone. The museum is divided into a "History Zone" that displays what kind of products TDK has made, and a "Future Zone" where you can learn about the wonders of science and technology.Show spot information
There is an unbroken view over the landscape of Kujukushima from the observation deck at the roadside station "Nemu no Oka." The sixth floor of the observation tower offers a glass-sided 360-degree panoramic view so that you can see not just Kujukushima, but the Sea of Japan and Mount Chokai as well. We hope you enjoy having a stroll after you view the beautiful countryside scenery and the view over the Sea of Japan.Show spot information
You can enjoy lunch in this place! It is visited by local people and many customers from outside the prefecture. Its salted or soy sauce flavored ramen is simple and light.Show spot information
Closeby down the road, there is a hot spring inn called Yunodai Onsen "Tsuruzumiso," so it is recommended that you enjoy the hot spring after your meal.
Mount Chokai, where Agariko Daio is located, is famous for its autumn leaves, and you can even enjoy watching autumn leaves at the foot of the mountain, which is called Chokai Kogen. The best times to visit are early summer until fall when you can see the leaves.Show spot information
San-Nemu Onsen boasts of both its public baths which overlook the Sea of Japan and viewing hot springs that overlook Mount Chokai. It is famous for being able to see the setting sun on the horizon of the Sea of Japan on the days with nice weather.Show spot information
There are Japanese, Western, and Japanese-Western guest rooms available, suites with ocean views, as well as deluxe Japanese-Western rooms that face Mount Chokai.