Midori City Travel Guide

Midori City Travel Guide

Recommended Routes

  1. Takatsudokyo Gorge

    Takatsudokyo Gorge

    Time Required:30 minutes

    You will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of each season including the fresh verdure and autumn foliage along the midstream of Watarase River. There is a 500-meter long pathway from Hanetaki bridge to Takatsudo bridge, where you can experience the beauty of the vast gorge up-close.

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  2. 10 minutes on foot

  3. Watarase Keikoku Railway (Omama Station - Godo Station)

    Watarase Keikoku Railway (Omama Station - Godo Station)

    Time Required:10 minutes

    You can enjoy the beautiful view of the gorge of each season from the window. Windowless trolley trains are also very popular. It is a picturesque destination with many station buildings with a quaint atmosphere.

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  4. 10 minutes on foot

  5. Kotohira Tunnel

    Kotohira Tunnel

    Time Required:15 minutes

    The tunnel was used for the Ashio Line until the construction of the Kusaki Dam. Today, the tunnel is used as a pathway for visitors to explore the area offering a nostalgic atmosphere.

  6. 7 minutes on foot

  7. 8 minutes by bus

  8. Lake Kusaki

    Lake Kusaki

    Time Required:10 minutes

    A reservoir where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of each season such as the cherry blossoms, peach trees, fresh verdure and autumn foliage. A pathway is available for visitors to enjoy a walk around the reservoir. From spring to autumn, they offer activities such as canoeing and SUP.

  9. 20 minutes on foot

  10. Tomihiro Art Museum

    Tomihiro Art Museum

    Time Required:60 minutes

    An art museum displaying many works of Tomihiro Hoshino, an artist, poet and writer hailing from the town of Azuma. His works, which display a perfect harmony of beautiful poems and transparent watercolor paintings, move the hearts of those who see them. A cafe is located within the facility where you can take a break.

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