Miyazu, in Kyoto, is a city of some 22,000 residents.
From here it’s about 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the south to Kobe and 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the south to Osaka.
While you are on a sightseeing tour of Miyazu, don’t miss out on the old religious buildings. The Temple Inari Shishizaki and the Chionji Temple are two of Miyazu’s most popular examples. Appreciate the reverential atmosphere at these special places.
You can never truly understand a place until you know its past; thankfully Miyazu has preserved the Old Mikami Family House, one of the region’s most significant historic places. History buffs will love visiting this site and other preserved old buildings to obtain an insight into the people and events that shaped this area.
When vacationing in the Miyazu area, round up the kids and head to Tango Watch-Kan for hours of fun and laughter. Explore, laugh and become intrigued at this much-loved destinations for families with hard-to-impress children.