From Tsubame-Sanjo to the Sea of Japan. Visit power spots too♪
103 min. by Shinkansen "Toki
Rent a car and head for the Sea!
From Tsubame-Sanjo to Yahiko Shrine
30 min. by car / 13km
Address/ 2887-2 Yahiko, Yahikomura, Nishikambara-gun, Nigata 959-0393
20 min. by car / 13km
Address/ 9353-527 Omachi Teradomari, Nagaoka, Nigata 940-2502
30 min. by car / 20km
Sanjo Kaji (Blacksmith) Dojo
Address/ 11-53 Motomchi, Sanjo, Nigata 955-0072
35 min. by car / 22km
Check in at the hotel
越後長野温泉 妙湶和楽 嵐渓荘
Address/ 1450 Nagano Sanjo Nigata 955-0132
Once the alpacas have soothed you, tonight's main fireworks show!
From the hotel to Tochio
26 min. by car / 16 km
Tochio Frid Tofu
35 min. by car / 20km
Yamakoshi Alpaca Farm
Address/ Yubu Farm 169 Takesawa-otsu, Yamakoshi, Nagaoka Nigata 947-0204
Tanesuhara Farm 1978 TAnesuhara, Yamakoshi, Nagaoka Nigata 947-0201
50 min. by car / 30km
Nagaoka Road station
Restaurants with projection mapping and a kid-friendly food court are also ideal for family trips. A direct sales shop full of fresh vegetables is also popular.
Address/ 707 Kitamachi, Nagaoka Nigata 940-2121
Nagaoka Fireworks Festival
Hotel New Otani
Address/ 2-8-35 Daimachi, Nagaoka Nigata 940-0048
Ojiya's specialties are Nishikigoi and Ojiya chijimi
From the hotel to Nishikigoi Village
30 min. by car / 19km
Nishikigoi no Sato
Nishikigoi are also known as "swimming jewels. The facility, where beautiful Nishikigoi can be seen at any time of the year, has a garden consisting of four ponds and two waterfalls, where Nishikigoi can be seen along with seasonal flowers. Documents on the history of Nishikigoi are also on exhibition.
Address/ 1-8-22 Jonai, Ojiya, Nigata 947-0028
a short walk
The scene of "Yukizarashi," in which fabrics are exposed to the snow, is a breathtaking beauty that has become a local tradition in this region.At the Textile Workshop, visitors can try their hand at coaster and kasuri weaving. Why not make your own souvenirs of your trip?
Address/ 1-8-25 Jonai, Ojiya Nigata 947-0028
35 min. by car / 19km
Return rental car
From Nagaoka Station to Tokyo Station
103 min. by Shinkansen
End of tour
写真提供：三条鍛冶道場 / 公益社団法人 新潟県観光協会
- Tour Fee
- Peak Season（1 room for people） 73,000 JPY～
Off Season（1 room for people）65,000 JPY
- Round trip train fare / Bullet train reserved seat / Rent a car fee /
2 nights accommodation (2 Breakfast / 1 Dinner), tax
The history of bullfighting in Yamakoshi Village, Niigata Prefecture, is said to be as old as 1,000 years. Bulls have long been bred for farming and as workers to transport goods. The characteristic of bullfights in Yamakoshi Village is that they end in a draw so that the bulls do not get hurt.
Niigata, a rice-producing region, is home to nearly 90 sake breweries. Famous sake breweries such as Kubota, Hakkaisan, and Koshinokanbai were born in Niigata. At the Ponshu-kan in Nagaoka Station, visitors can sample the sake they are interested in from a sake tasting machine with a sake cup.
Traditional Oguni Washi has a history of over 300 years. The raw material is a plant called kouzo, and pure white washi is completed by bleaching it on the snow that accumulates every winter. The washi-making experience is also available, and is recommended for family trips.
The crested ibis once existed throughout the country, but became extinct in 2003. Since then, ibis donated from China have been bred, and now the number is gradually increasing, with chicks born every year. It is very beautiful to see them flying with their bright red faces and orangey-pink wings spread.
Generally known as sweet shrimp, it can be caught throughout the year, but is sweetest and tastiest in fall and winter when the water temperature drops. It is served not only as sashimi, but also as roe marinated in soy sauce, miso soup made from the head and shells, and many other dishes.