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Higashikishu with its majestic and rich natural environment, is home to a multitude of attractions and experiences, including breathtaking scenery and soothing retreats. We will introduce you to these exciting experiences.
More and more people are getting into camping as their interest in outdoor activities grows. Camping can be enjoyed with family, friends, or solo, and there are various ways to have fun. The Higashikishu region, which is abundant in nature, has multiple campgrounds.
If you’re visiting Higashikishu, we suggest renting a bicycle for sightseeing!It's a great way to experience firsthand the ambiance and vibe of your destination. Give the cycling adventure a try!
The Higashikishu region has strong connections with the sea, with its beautiful Kumano-nada and intricate ria coastline providing a rich fishing ground. From the many seafoods, we will introduce unique items that are exclusive to Higashikishu.
Higashikishu is a region where the mountains and the sea converge, offering a plethora of breathtaking natural wonders to explore—Mt. Each of these relaxing scenic spots offers a sense of exhilaration upon reaching the summit, accompanied by breathtaking views. Let’s introduce you to these scenic spots.
Flowing from the heart of the Odaiyama mountain, the river of Higashikishu cascades down the valley as a stream—occasionally transforming into a waterfall—before finally emptying into the Kumano-nada. The pristine waters of this river are an important source of drinking water for local residents and also serve as a playground for leisure activities. We will introduce distinct river spots, each with its own unique history and features.
Higashikishu is known for its citrus fruits that are bathed in sea breeze and sunlight. We will introduce the unique citrus fruits of Higashikishu.
The region of Higashikishu is blessed with abundant seafood and mountain produce, making it a treasure trove of local sushi. Traditional local sushi dishes have been popular in the area for a long time. there are unique sushi dishes not found in other regions. We will introduce beloved sushi dishes that have deeply rooted in the lives of the locals.
In 2018, Kumano-zakura cherry tree was announced as a new species of cherry blossom in 103 years. We will introduce the characteristics of Kumanozakura and points of appreciation in Higashikjishu.
There are many hot springs in the southern part of the Kii Peninsula, including Higashikishu. Outdoor activities such as hiking in the mountains, exploring the Kumano Kodo, and enjoying river and sea leisure activities are other popular pursuits in Higashikishu. Unwind in a hot spring to relax and wash away fatigue after a long day of adventure.