Famous for the colored leaves in autumn.
In summer, some of the restaurants along the upper stream of Kibune River set up open-air-dining-spaces over the riverbed.
|The Torii of "Kifune" Shrine|
|"Honden", main hall reconstructed in 2007|
It is said that this shrine is the birthplace of "Ema", small wooden plaques
to write prayers or wishes originally with drawing of a horse
|The contrast of the green of conifers and the red, orange and yellow of maples|
|A road which stretches along the Kibune-gawa River|
|We can enjoy seasonal dishes in summer on platforms installed on the riverbed|
by the restaurants along this river