This course offers splendid natural views of the Ariake Sea and the nearby rolling hills and quiet settlements dotted among them. Along the way, you'll pass by Okoshiki Beach, which was chosen as one of the top sunsets and top shorelines in Japan, as well as Oda Station, which is the oldest wooden station in the prefecture and is home to the cozy Oda Retro Kan Cafe. In the fall, the golden rice fields and yellow mikan orange orchards add a splash of color to the local greenery. The Oda Retro Kan is only open on weekends.
Odamachi 2101-1, Uto City
|Car||30 min by car from Matsubase IC|
|Name||Uto Footpath Association (C/O Ajisainoyu, Uto City Health and Welfare Hall)|
|Address||Amizu 2283, Uto City|