Tsukawa Tanada Rice Terraces

Travel Guide - Tsukawa Tanada Rice Terraces


Located approximately 500 meters above sea level, the rice harvested from the rice terraces in Asahi-cho town has earned an excellent reputation amongst consumers, due to the cold climate in which it is raised.
The beauty of the stone walls and surrounding area is a sign of the hard work and commitment of local people throughout the ages.
Asahi-cho town is listed as one of the top 100 rice terrace areas in Japan.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 64 minutes from JR Hamada Station by the bus bound for Mizuho-Inter. Get off at Tsukawa Bus stop.

Address / Location

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