Awaji (Sumoto City, Minami-Awaji City, and Awaji City, Hyogo Pref.)
Increasing the hospitality of the area through events and participation-type nature programs
- (Mar. - May)
- (Jun. - Aug.)
- (Sept. - Nov.)
- (Dec. - Feb.)
- : Culture
- : Gourmet
- : Relaxation
- : Shopping
- : Scenery
- : Convenience
- Holding Various Events
In the spring there are many traditional Danjiri Festivals held throughout the region, and in summer there many large fireworks festivals. There are many other events held in the area, and many tourists come to the region every year.
- Considerations On Convenience For Tourists
The "Hana Bus" (Flower Bus) makes excursion tours of the northern part of Awaji, for one month in the spring and again for a month in the fall. When the winter daffodils are in bloom, there is a "Suisen Bus" (Daffodil Bus) that departs from the bus terminals at Sumoto and Fukura, increasing the convenience for tourists coming to the area.
- The Cuisine Of Awaji
Surrounded by the sea, Awaji Island is a treasure house for marine products, and here you can enjoy a variety of marine dishes, such as sea bream and wakame, a kind of seaweed, in spring, sea eel, abalone, horse mackerel, octopus, and conger eel in summer, sole and Spanish mackerel in the fall, and globefish or stonefish in winter.
- By bus:
- Kansai International Airport - Hankyu Umeda; about 1 hour
- Hankyu Umeda - Sumoto; 2 hours
- Hyogo Prefecture, Awaji Citizens Bureau, Regional Promotion Department, Industry and Labor Administration Division