ゆくゆくゆくはし Yukuhashi City Sightseeing Guide

Tourist Spots

Seasonal Tourist Spots

 

Beaches (Nagaihama – Minoshima)  【Spring・Summer】

Both Minoshima and Nagaihama beaches offer great views and visibility and very clean making them safe for children. The view of the sunrise from these beautiful sandy beaches is truly fantastic and highly recommended.

 

Imagawa Riverside 【Spring】

This spot is the symbol of Yukuhashi in the spring. Approximately 1,000 cherry blossom trees bloom along both banks of the river, and their reflection shimmering in the water’s surface is a truly beautiful sight.

 

Goshogatani Kogo-ishi Ruins 【Summer・Autumn】

The Goshogatani Kogo-ishi Ruins are the remnants of a mountain fortification built to help strengthen Japan against attack from other countries in the latter half of the 7th century.

 

Inado Bunker No. 1 【Summer】

This bunker is a hangar that was constructed to protect military planes from enemy attack during World War II.

 

Umagatake-jo Mountain Fortress Ruins 【Autumn】

This is the ruins of a mountain fortification which is said to have been built approximately 1,000 years ago in the middle ages.

 

Year Round

 

Matsubara Lookout Square

This is the ruins of a mountain fortification which is said to have been built approximately 1,000 years ago in the middle ages.

 

Kyu Ameya Mon Gate

Ameya is a wealthy merchant house that has been prosperous since around 300 years ago.

 

Former 130 Bank Yukuhashi Branch (Yukuhashi Red Brick Building)

This is the ruins of a mountain fortification which is said to have been built approximately 1,000 years ago in the middle ages.

 

Morita Sashu’s Former Residence

This was the home of Morita Sashu, a village leader who unified 10 villages at the end of the Edo Period approximately 150 years ago.

 

Yukuhashi City History Museum

This museum features exhibitions of various archaeological finds and materials which tell the tale of Yukuhashi City’s history.