A fishing spot so perfect it has appeared in films !
See the sailing ship Kaiwomaru in all of her majesty and enjoy the romantic atmosphere.
Next to "Jade Beach", one of Japan's 100 most beautiful beaches!
Commemorating Toyama Bay's induction into the Most Beautiful Bays in the World, a monument featuring the club logo has been unveiled in Kaiwomaru Park. All of the materials used in making the monument were produced within the prefecture. The club's logo is made from Takaoka cast aluminum; the pedestal is made from stones taken from the Joganji River basin. The curved glass used in the body of the monument was also used in making the train cars of the Hokuriku Shinkansen.
The long row of black pines which stretches along the white sands of the beach are a natural monument of the prefecture which have existed since the Edo period. With the awe-inspiring Tateyama Mountain Range in the background, this area has been listed as one of Japan’s 100 Best White Sand and Green Pine Beaches.
From Himi udon noodles to Himi beef, here you can choose from the many specialties available only in Himi.
Wonderful sights and the season's fresh fish and shellfish!
Walk along the shore while eating some delicious soft-served ice cream.
Enjoy the tastes of Uozu while checking out the mirage lookout point.
All of the delicious fish that Kurobe has to offer in one place. Eat to your heart’s content!
The only place to eat the original white shrimp burger and fried white shrimp over rice!
So fresh! Experience the lively shouts of the auction and check out the catch of the day
Spend some relaxing time taking in the atmosphere of the Uchikawa.
Learn about the mysterious firefly squid which light up the night sea like shining gems.
Leave before the break of dawn to experience the amazing phenomenon first hand.
Learn about two of Toyama Bay’s biggest mysteries: the buried forest and mirages.
This forest of Japanese cedar grow around an area of natural springs, which have been listed among Japan’s Top 100 spring waters.