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Odaigahara (大台ヶ原)

  Odaigahara (大台ヶ原) Odaigahara ranks up there with Utsukushi-ga-hara, Mt. Hachimantai and Kirigamine as the most accessible of the Hyakumeizan, as you can practically drive to the top. The views on a clear day are outstanding     Access: From Abenobashi (阿倍野橋) station in Tennoji, take the Kintetsu Yoshino Line bound …

Kisen Alps (紀泉アルプス)

  The Kisen Alps are a series of rolling peaks located on the Osaka-Wakayama prefectural border. Despite their close proximity to the …

Oto River Beach at Kawayu Onsen

  For fun seekers in the mood for a more traditional Japanese experience, nothing beats this geothermal wonder where hot water rises …

Shirahama Beach

  THE BEST BEACH IN KANSAI! This famous beach/hot spring resort area, located on the southern part of the Kii Peninsula in Wakayama …

Isonoura Beach

  Located in Wakayama City, this is a large, rather crowded beach with a fun atmosphere and lots of chances to people-watch.   …

Hamanomiya Beach

      Access: Bus from Nankai Wakayama-shi Station / JR Wakayama Station, get off at Hama no Miya Kaisuiyokujo-mae bus stop. …

Namihaya Beach

     Access: Bus from Nankai Wakayama-shi Station / JR Wakayama Station, 15 minutes by foot from Tanouraguchi bus stop. Wicked Tourism …

Kada Beach

  Kada lies at the most northwestern point of Wakayama prefecture, and is the closest part of Wakayama City to the Osaka …

Kataonami Beach

  Selected by the tourism ministry as one of the best water areas in Kansai. Kataonami is a natural jetty, which protects …