Miyama (Nantan City, Kyoto Pref.)
A tourist destination where visitors can behold a nostalgic kind of Japanese landscape and revel in the rich natural environment.
- (Mar. - May)
- (Jun. - Aug.)
- (Sept. - Nov.)
- (Dec. - Feb.)
- : Culture
- : Gourmet
- : Relaxation
- : Shopping
- : Scenery
- : Convenience
- Village of Thatched Roofs
Miyama is home to 213 thatched-roof private houses. In particular, there are approximately thirty thatched-roof houses in the North Village.
- Roofing with thatch:
- Traditional Japanese roof structure made from grass and reeds
- Hiking Through Ashiu, An Old-growth Forest
The Ashiu Forest gives rise to the Yura River and feeds a drainage basis. This river system in turn empties into Wakasa Bay on the Sea of Japan. Visitors can enjoy hiking through this area.
- Making Products by Hand
Throughout the year, visitors can engage in pottery, papermaking, rural miso production, natto production, and more.
You can also experience day-to-day country living and try your hand at farming activities.
- By train:
- Kansai Airport Station - Sonobe Station; 2 hours 20 minutes
- Sonobe Station - Chimiguchi; 1 hour by bus
- Official website of Kyoto Prefecture