Tanto Tulip Festival, which is held from the middle to the end of April, is a special attraction of spring in Tajima. It has been held at Hatayama, Tanto-cho, Toyooka city since 1992, and colorful tulips fascinate tourists every year.
About 500,000 sunflowers bloom gloriously just like a carpet in Tanto Flower Park. We have grown sunflowers all over the fallow rice field since 2001 because we wanted to see not only tulips but also summer flowers.
Ankokuji temple at Aida, Tanto-cho, Toyooka city is famous for bright red leaves of Dodan-Tsutsuji in its back garden.
When you see them through the main temple, they look like a framed painting.
You can enjoy Tamago-kake-gohan (rice with raw egg) set meal and sweets made with a lot of eggs. Hyakushokan, a farm products store, sells local fresh vegetables.
The hotel is popular because of different kinds of hot springs like an open-air bath, a sauna, a hot-spring shower and a sleeping bath. You can also choose your dishes from various meal plans.
40minutes from Tanto by car
It is one of the Three Views of Japan. About 8,000 Japanese pine trees stand along the 3.6 km sandbar and they look like a bridge over the sea.
55minutes from Tanto by car
Kinosaki Onsen with 1,300-year history is one of the most famous hot springs in Hyogo Prefecture. There are seven public baths in the town, so you can enjoy various kinds of hot springs.
15minutes from Tanto by car
Izushi is a castle town which is called "Tajima's Little Kyoto." You really should taste unique “Sara-soba,” noodles served on small white porcelain plates known as Izushi-yaki!