Packages in Hagi
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Hagi Vacation Packages
Hagi Vacation Packages
This area of Chugoku is home to some 44,000 people.
The national capital Tokyo is situated 470 miles east of Hagi, while Kiyo is 6 miles to the north.
Sekicho Park is an idyllic park to explore when you want to spend some time outdoors. Weary wanderers will be delighted by its easy-going atmosphere and eye-catching botanical gardens.
Get active in the outdoors by taking the time to visit the Hagi area's designated natural reserves. Start at Susa Hornfels and Kasa-yama. Both parks are great places to experience the wonders of nature, or stop for a family picnic in the beautiful grounds.
Hagi is full of great facts and stories, and you'll find plenty to explore behind the doors of its many educational exhibition spaces. Hagi Uragami Museum and Ito Hirobumi House offer ever-evolving collections that will be sure to spark your curiosity. The Hagi Hakubutsukan and Kumaya Art Museum are two others that are worth looking at.
You can never truly know a place until you know its past. Thankfully, Hagi has carefully preserved many of its most significant historic buildings and sites. Start your local history tour with visits to Ruins of Hagi Castle and the popular Kikuya Family Residence. Two other fascinating sights you may wish to explore are Yukawa Family Old Residence and Birthplace of Shinsaku Takasugi.
The Hagi area is renowned for its religious sites, so take the chance to enjoy the many options. Shoin Shrine and the Tokoji Temple are two excellent options. Shizukiyama Shrine and the Enseiji Temple are two other treasured religious sites here.
Hagi is home to a couple of memorials and symbolic public sculptures to remember the lives of its past residents. Hagi Reverberatory and Kubota House are two interesting sites.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy, amble through the stores and stalls that are part of the Hagi Seaside Market. Check out what the locals are wearing and purchase a couple of treats for friends and family.
Accommodation in Hagi
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