Most Beautiful Places In Toyama Prefecture

Here're most beautiful places in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. There're many breathtaking views such as Historic Villages of Gokayama, and Syomyo Falls with the highest drop in Japan. Then, we selected most beautiful ones from 'special places to travel in Japan' that were posted in City's Pride by travelers and the locals who have actually been to Toyama.

5 Most Beautiful Places In Toyama Prefecture

1Historic Villages of Gokayama

World Heritage Gokayama, The Snow Scenery Of Gassho Zukuri Houses

Goyakama is an area of a world heritage with Shirakawago. Suganuma area and Ainokura area of Gokayama are smaller than Shirakawago, but there are full of the atmosphere of secret countryside with the mountains standing very close! You can see the peaceful country scene of gassho zukuri architectures (historical thatched steep roof).

2Yaeduhama Beach

Fantastic Blue Lights On The Seashore! A Spring Scene 'Firefly Squids Throwing Themselves'

Toyama's spring specialty, firefly squids. You can sometimes see firefly squids thrown up on the shore. The sparkling blue lights on the night shore was very fantastic.

3Tonami Tulip Park

Japan's Largest! A Park With 3 Million And 700 Kinds Of Blooming Tulip

In a large site, there're many places to see such as tulip ground pictures, flower valleys and flower beds on the water. It's as wonderful as Keukenhof Park in the genuine country, the Netherlands.

4Syomyo Falls

A Waterfall With The Highest Drop From Tateishi Mountain Range

Shomyo Waterfall has its source in Tateishi mountain range. Its drop is as high as 350m, famous as the highest in Japan. If it's the good time, Hannoki and Somen Falls appear close to the waterfall, you can see three falls at the same time.

5Yukinodaira Tableland

The Last Trackless Region In Japan! Untouched Lava Tableland And Alpine Plants

All mountain climbers long for, Kumono-daira Tableland is located in the depth of Japan North Alps. It's called as 'the last trackless region in Japan', I was so fascinated with the dynamic expanse of flower fields, lava stones, and snowed fields!

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