See
We see Kyotango City

See

Kyotango's array of 15 beaches are where you'll find people escaping the city heat and crowds. For those staying into the evening, Yuhigaura beach offers especially vibrant sunsets. Kyotango is packed with seaside spots, such as Mount Kabuto with its panoramic view of Kumihama Bay; the Sodeshi Terraces, on the list of top 100 terraced rice fields in Japan; Byobu Iwa, cliffs shorn from the mountainside resembling a folding screen; and Tango Matsushima, which at different times of year is a spot to watch both the sunrise and sunset.

We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City
We see Kyotango City

explore
Walking in Kyotango City

explore

Kyotango City is the site of the Uchiyama Beech Forest, which is one of the largest beech forests in the northern part of the Kinki region. Measuring about 40 hectares, there are about 300 different plant species. Try walking the trails for some "forest bathing" therapy. The area offers a range of activities for everyone. Ski up in the Swiss Village, find a spot to fish along the coast or charter a boat, or stop by Tango Kingdom, a location with farm, craft brewery, restaurants, and even a petting zoo. We urge you to take full advantage of Kyotango's nature and leisure activities!

Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City
Walking in Kyotango City

Eat
Eating in Kyotango City

Eat

Blessed with a wealth of agricultural products and seafood, Kyotango is a culinary treasure trove. Its most outstanding dishes are definitely those made with catches fresh from the sea. Those who wish to eat their fill of fresh seafood are advised to visit in winter, when the city's vaunted snow crab and oysters are in season. Other treats may be exemplified by bara sushi, a type of sushi with various ingredients sprinkled over rice which has been passed down in the Kyotango area from early times; melons grown in the city's sand dune district; Tangomai, a premium Koshihikari variety of rice grown in Tango; and the local sake made with quality rice. Enjoy gourmet meals that can only be had in Kyotango!

Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City
Eating in Kyotango City

Travel time to Kyotango City

<By train>

■It's about two and a half hours by limited express from Kyoto Station
■It is about two and a half hours by limited express from ... Osaka Station from Osaka
■It is about three hours through ... Toyooka from Himeji
■It is about four hours via ... Tennoji, Osaka from Kansai International Airport
■It is about four hours via ... Sannomiya, Amagasaki from Kobe Airport

<by car in the case of the use>

■It is about two hours via ... Kyoto traversing road from Kyoto
■It is about 2 hours 20 minutes via ... Meishin Expressway - Keiji Bypass - Kyoto traversing way from Osaka
■It is about 2 hours 30 minutes in ... *tadashirengaramidorokeiyoshi from Himeji
■It is about three hours via ... Hanshin 4-go Wangansen - Hanwa Expressway - Kinki Expressway - Keiji Bypass - Kyoto traversing way from Kansai International Airport
■It is about 2 hours 30 minutes via ... Hanshin 32, 7 - Rokko-kita Toll Road - Chugoku Expressway - Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway - Kyoto traversing way from Kobe Airport