Spanning 2,775m, Tairyuji Ropeway is western Japan’s longest aerial lift line. The aerial lift connects to Tairyuji, the 21st of Shikoku’s 88 fudasho, Buddhist temples that issue amulets.
Aioi Shinrin Museum of Art
This art gallery in Naka adopts wood as its theme. In addition to exhibitions, concerts, lectures and educational courses are presented here.
This 100% geothermal spa is a great place to soak and relax, with views of the Nakagawa River.
In addition to soothing hot springs, this spa offers locally hunted venison and other wild-game cuisine of the Awa region.
See, touch and learn from a wide range of exhibits at the Kawaguchi Dam Natural Energy Museum, which opened in July 2016.
Located in Sawatani (Kizawa District), Town of Naga, this site is included in Japan’s list of “100 Great Waterfalls.” The waterfall is especially captivating amid the changing leaves of fall and the fresh green of spring.
This three-stage waterfall with a drop of 20m is on the list of “88 Great Sights in Tokushima.” In the autumn, when the leaves turn, the waterfall is illuminated, creating a captivating sight.
This steep valley is formed by the Nakagawa River. The beauty of this V-shaped gorge is especially accentuated when framed by the colors of the changing leaves in autumn.