Your 3-Day Itinerary To Explore Amanohashidate Beach

Tagged one of Japan’s “Three Most Scenic Views”, this natural wonder is a sandbar in the Miyazu Bay, dotted with pine trees, and known as the “Bridge to Heaven”. Here’s your captivating three-day itinerary to explore the best of what Amanohashidate and its surroundings have to offer.

Day 1: Meeting Heaven’s Bridge

Amanohashidate Sandbar

Kickstart your trip at the Amanohashidate sandbar. Walk or cycle through the pathway lined with thousands of pine trees. Then, take a cable car to an overlook point and view the sandbar upside down through your legs; it will appear like a bridge in the sky, thus the name “Bridge to Heaven”.

Dinner: End the day with a delightful meal at Kaisen Chaya Kaede, well-known for its fresh seafood and local Kyoto dishes.

Day 2: Temples and Marine Park

Motoise Kono Shrine and Chionji Temple

Start your day with a cultural dive. Visit the Motoise Kono Shrine and Chionji Temple located at both ends of the Amanohashidate sandbar, offering a serene experience.

Amanohashidate View Land

In the afternoon, visit the Amanohashidate View Land. With its amusement park rides and panoramic views of the bay, it promises a fun-filled experience for all ages.

Dinner: Head to Amanohashidate Sukiya, famous for its delicious gyudon (beef bowl) and other Japanese comfort foods.

Day 3: Exploring Miyazu City

Miyazu Bay Boat Tour

Spend the morning on a boat tour around the tranquil Miyazu Bay. It’s a fantastic way to admire the stunning coastline and the Amanohashidate sandbar.

Nariai-ji Temple

Later in the day, visit the Nariai-ji Temple, located on the top of a mountain. A cable car ride to the mountain, followed by a short hike, will take you to the temple. The breathtaking views of the bay from here are worth the climb.

Dinner: Wind down at Café & Dining Beech, a charming spot offering a variety of Western-style dishes.

Embark on this three-day journey in Amanohashidate, blending natural beauty, rich cultural experiences, and delectable cuisine. Whether you’re gazing at the panoramic views from a mountaintop temple, walking down the heavenly bridge, or feasting on local delicacies, you’re sure to carry a piece of this magical place with you.

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