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Hazu and Sangane

Hazu and Sangane

~ What´s about ~

The Hazu region is blessed with the natural beauty of Mt. Sangane and Mikawa Bay. The Sangane mountains afford magnificent views of the ocean and the passing of the four seasons. Also, don’t miss walking to Sanshiro Island on a thin strip of dry land exposed only at low tide. Blessed with seafood, the local asari clams are an especially popular springtime treat. There are delicious asari restaurants as well as many fashionable cafes along the coast.

Hazu and Sangane
Mt. Sangane
Hazu and Sangane
Aichi Kodomonokuni
Hazu and Sangane
Clam Digging

Sightseeing Spots and Tourist Facilities in Hazu and Sangane

Mt. Sangane

Mt. Sangane

Along the mountain roads, narcissus flowers bloom in early spring, and hydrangea in June.

 

Myozenji

Myozenji

An eighth century Buddhist temple, also known as “Pumpkin Temple”, it is said to be the origin of pumpkin in the Mikawa region.

 

Aichi Kodomonokuni

Aichi Kodomonokuni

A large amusement park for children, with stunning views from atop a seaside mountain.

 


Asahigaoka Ice Rink

Asahigaoka Ice Rink

Outdoor ice-skating with a fine view of Mikawa Bay.

Terabe Beach

Terabe Beach

A sandy beach one bay over from the Kira beaches, with a calm and laid-back atmosphere.

shiohigari

Clam Digging

You can go dig for asari clams along the Toba Coast and on the beaches in Hazu from April to the end of June.