Naruto Whirlpool Boat Ride in Tokushima

Naruto Whirlpool Boat Ride in Tokushima

Hi there, it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. This time I would like to share our trip to Naruto whirlpools.

Naruto Whirlpool Boat Ride!

Naruto whirlpools can be seen in the Naruto strait which is between Tokushima Prefecture and Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture. And this Naruto whirlpool watching is one of the most popular activities in Naruto City. FYI, there’s no relation to Naruto anime by the way. Hehe.

It is quite overwhelming. I felt we’d get dragged!

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Uzushio Kisen
Access 65−63Fukuike, Tosadomariura, Naruto-cho,Naruto-shi,
Tokushima
Fee Adult: 1,550 yen
Over 7 years old: 780 yen
Under 7years old: Free
Website http://www.uzushio-kisen.com/en/index.html

 

Setonaikai National Park Naruto

You could see nice views of the Ōnaruto Bridge at the Setonaikai National Park Naruto. I recommend to stop by since it’s near by the boat ride area. This is also an ideal place for getting souvenirs.

 

Lastly

How do you find it? It was absolutely worth a visit. If you happen to visit Tokushima please stop by and enjoy the ride. (^v^)v

See you around!



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Top Things to Do in Miyoshi City, Tokushima

Top Things to Do in Miyoshi City, Tokushima

Buon giorno! It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. This time I would like to share things to do in Miyoshi City, Tokushima Prefecture.

Top Things to Do in Miyoshi City, Tokushima

Miyoshi City is full of nature which we, the Wadas appreciate the most. One of our favorite places Kazurabashi (introduced by Mrs. Wada) is in Miyoshi City as well. Let’s start with it with more photos!

 

Kazurabashi Suspension Bridge

Kazurabashi is a suspension bridge made of ivy. It looks scary but durable enough to hold numbers of people at once. To be honest I AM frightened of height but this is quite enjoyable.

Iya Kazurabashi
Access 162-2 Nishiiyayamamura Zentoku, Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima-ken
Business Hours

Until sunset

Open everyday

Admission Adult: 550 yen
Child: 350 yen
Website https://discovertokushima.net/en/topics/vine-bridges-in-the-iya-valley/

 

Iya River

Iya river runs right below the Kazurabashi bridge. Even in summer, water is cold enough to cool down all the heat. Why not take off shoes and go soak your feet?

 

Lunch at Iya Bjin

Iya Bijin is a ryokan (Japanese style hotel) and also serves food at its restaurant with great views of Iya valley! It’s not far from the Kazurabashi bridge. It’d be nice to stop by for slurping some noodles, wouldn’t it?

Iya Bijin
Access 9-3 Nishiiyayamamura Zentoku, Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima-ken
Business Hours

8:00 – 17:00

Open everyday

Website https://iyabijin.jp (in JP)

 

Iya Valley and The Statue of the Peeing Boy

This statue stands in the middle of the Iya valley. A little hard to access (though accessible by car or local bus) but surroundings are really nice (a perfect photo spot). Worth a visit while in Iya area.

 Furo no Tani
Access Matsuo, Ikeda-cho, Miyoshi city, Tokushima prefecture

 

Boat Ride

Boat ride is another way to enjoy the nature. Some places offer rafting but if you prefer something slow (like we do), this would be it. It goes like for a half hour. No reservation needed.

Oboke Boat Mannaka
Access 1520 Nishiu, Yamashirochō, Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima-ken
Business Hours

9:00 – 17:00

Open everyday

Fees Adult: 1,080 yen
Child: 540 yen
Website http://www.mannaka.co.jp/restaurant/excursionship/excursionship.html (in JP)

 

Lastly

How do you find it? Nature has got a lot to offer huh? I would like to go back sometime and explore more.

See you around!



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