Yoro Valley

Yoro Valley Onsen

Kiyomoto, a hot spring inn in the Yoro Valley 

Kiyomoto, a hot spring inn in the Yoro Valley 

"Yoro Valley Onsenkyo" is the only hot spring town in Chiba prefecture.
Currently, 9 inns and guesthouses are open.
Yoro Valley Onsen is famous for its dark brown hot spring called "Kuroyu".
When you enter it, it warms up and your skin becomes smooth.
At the hot springs around Awamata Waterfall, it becomes a different source of colorless and transparent.
Another feature is that you can enjoy two different hot springs.
In addition to one-day bathing at each ryokan, there is also a "Goriyaku-no-Yu" specializing in one-day bathing.

Name

Yoro Valley Onsen

Phone Number

0436-96-0055 (Yoro Valley Station Tourist Information Center)

Address

Tozura, Ichihara-Awamata, Otaki-cho

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/

Kannon Bridge

"Kannon Bridge" is a vermilion arch bridge over the Yoro River.
It is a symbol of the Yoro Valley and is one of the eight views of Yoro.
On the opposite bank, cherry blossoms in spring and maples in autumn add beautiful colors, making it a photo spot.
If you cross the bridge and go up the stairs, you will find "Shussekannon Rikokuji", which is said to have been prayed by Minamoto no Yoritomo for a comeback.
On "Yoro Valley Day" established on April XNUMX, XNUMX, the newly repainted and shiny Kannon Bridge was unveiled.
It is lit up during the fall foliage season and at events.

Name

Kannon Bridge

Phone Number

0436-96-0055 (Yoro Valley Station Tourist Information Center)

Address

Ichihara City Tozura

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/

Daifukuyama

The highest mountain in Ichihara City at an altitude of XNUMXm.
In front of the summit, there is the Daifukuyama Observatory, where you can enjoy the autumn colors of the mountains during the autumn leaves season, and if you are lucky, you can also see the sea of ​​clouds in the winter.
There are many maple tunnels on the forest road leading to the mountaintop, and it is considered to be one of the famous spots for autumn leaves.
At the top of the mountain is the Shirotori Shrine, which is dedicated to Yamato Takeru.

Name

Daifukuyama

Address

Ishizuka, Ichihara

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/

Kobundō Ruins

Originally, it was a tunnel built around the turnip river, a tributary of the Yoro River, in order to cultivate cultivated land in the early Meiji era.
Before dawn on May XNUMX, XNUMX, the crown of the head collapsed and became what it is today.
It is named "Kobundo" because it flows alongside Takatsuka and Tsutsumori Shrine, which are closely related to Emperor Kobun and Princess Toichi, and flows into the main stream of the Yoro River. It has become.

Name

Kobundō Ruins

Address

Otaki Town Conflict

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/

Ishigami rape field

Since we planted rape blossoms in fallow fields centered on the local satoyama group "Ishigami Nahanakai", it has gradually become popular as a photo spot where you can enjoy rape blossoms and the Kominato Railway on the local line at the same time.
In the average year, the peak of rape blossoms is reached from the end of March to the beginning of April, and the carpet becomes yellow all over.
The co-starring of "Boso Satoyama Dolly" and rape blossoms, which runs during the tourist season, is sure to look great on Instagram.

Name

Ishigami rape field

Phone Number

0436-96-0055 (Yoro Valley Station Tourist Information Center)

Address

Ishigami, Ichihara

Umegase Ravine / Hidaka Residence Ruins

It is a valley formed by the erosion of the Umegase River, a tributary of the Yoro River, and cliffs with a height of XNUMX to XNUMX m continue on both banks of the valley with a width of about XNUMX m.
It is a popular hiking spot where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of each season, such as the fresh green of early summer, the autumn leaves, and the icicles of winter.
It is said that in the deepest part of the canyon, the Meiji educator "Makoto Hidaka" settled in this area, planted 400 plum trees along the canyon, opened the Umegase Shodo, and instructed the students. There is the "Hidaka Residence Ruins", and a large maple tree is left on the mansion ruins.

* This is a hiking course for intermediate to advanced users, which leaves the nature as it is and has some places where you can walk along the river or have poor footing.Please come with solid equipment such as shoes.

Name

Umegase Ravine

Phone Number

0436-96-0055 (Yoro Valley Station Tourist Information Center)

Address

Okubo, Ichihara

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/

Takaramamoru Bridge

Name

Takaramamoru Bridge

Phone Number

0436-96-0055 (Yoro Valley Station Tourist Information Center)

Address

Okubo, Ichihara

Website URL

http://www.youroukeikoku.com/