The museum makes it fun to learn about dinosaurs by viewing and touching complete skeleton models of diosaurs as well as playing with puzzles and other dispays.
The shrine was founded almost one thousand years ago and was destroyed by war afterwards, but was then rebuilt by Hideyoshi Toyotomi in 1585.
The building was the residence of the Kaibara's feudal clan lord (Nobunaga Oda's younger brother, Nobukane ) and his descendants, and was built in 1714 but then burned down afterwards.
The tree "Kinone Bashi" a symbol of Kaibara-town is estimated to be about a thousand years old, and its huge root forms a natural bridge across the river.
Tamba Nenrin no Sato Parks was established to promote cultural and sports recreation activities; centred on woodworking crafts and connection with trees.
This park is situated in the lowest drainage divide in a valley in Japan.
The Aogaki area is a Nature paradise for sky sports.
This is a very rare festial that has been recorded since the old days and is held November 3 every year.
A museum that passes on the techniques of Tamba Nuno weaving, a traditional craft of Hyogo Pref.
Kuroi Castle Ruins in its current form was built by Akai Naomasa who then became the castle owner around the end of the Sengoku period (The end of 16 century).