エリア:豊岡  カテゴリ:日本海形成の時代 / 日本列島の形成と人々の暮らし  シーン:観る
A site for learning about the history and disaster restoration at Kinumaki Shrine and the Tai earthquake memorial monument

Kei
(Kei)

Located in the mouth of the Maruyama River, Kehi is a site showing evidence of ancient trading with the Continent from the relics of unearthed Doutaku (copper bell). Notched rocks showing the traces of marine transgression in the Jomon Period and the marvelous rocks of Elephant Rock and Ebisu Rock are located near the area, which are loved by local citizens. The Tai district, where the Tai Marsh is partly registered as a Ramsar Convention marshland, is known as a model place where local people acted to decrease disaster damages when North Tajima Earthquake ocurred in 1925.

主な見どころ

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Keinohama Beach
A sand beach in the mouth of the Maruyama River. Upland farming is conducted on the beach bank. As shown by the name Kehi, the place shows influence from the Korean Peninsula and people have been lived since ancient times. Tumulus in Tai and the Doutaku unearthed site are historical sites designated by the city. Designated as a cultural property also.
Toyooka Minato Tourist Association
0796-28-3244
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Elephant Rock and Ebisu Rock
Notched rocks above sea level, showing that the sea level in the Jomon Period was higher than now. Elephant Rock is a rock shaped like an elephant. Since green tuff is easily eroded, the rock has become the current shape by erosion.
Toyooka Minato Tourist Association
0796-28-3244
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Tai Fault and earthquake memorial monument
The epicenter fault of North Tajima Earthquake in 1925 is located here, where the earthquake memorial monument was built. In the earthquake, many human lives were eventually saved by prioritizing fire extinguish over lifesaving.
Tai District
0796-28-2857
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Tai Wakame Festival
Shabu-shabu of fresh Wakame (sea weed) and free tasting of raw Wakame are served.
Tai Wakame Festival Executive Committee
0796-28-2857
 
 

ガイドさんのおすすめポイント!

The Kinumaki Shrine is located just across the Minatoohashi Bridge over the Maruyama River. It is the northernmost shrine of the Tajima Five Shrines. Mt. Kinumaki, where the Kinumaki Shrine is built, is designated as a Hyogo Prefectural Natural Monument because beautiful columnar structures like a fold of silk texture can be seen. It is also famous for the spot for hearing the singing of cicada (Euterpnosia chibensis) from the end of June to the beginning of August. Local citizen’s affection for their community, or love for their home district, can be felt in the harbor district, where history, culture, and the nature of the area are introduced by hand-made Japanese Cards for the Port.

Hiyoriyama Kaigan Guide Center  Yasuko Hamada
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問い合わせ先
Toyooka Port Tourism Association   1 Seto Toyooka City
TEL
0796-28-3244
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モデルコース

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■豊岡盆地・日和山ドライブコース
【テーマ】コウノトリ育む豊かな盆地
【内 容】コウノトリが飛ぶ豊岡盆地をめぐるコース
【見 所】コウノトリの郷公園、玄武洞公園、城崎温泉、日和山海岸など
【距 離】基本コース:約55km/約3時間
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■竹野・日和山マリンコース
【テーマ】海から楽しむ大迫力のリアス海岸
【内 容】海水浴や磯遊びで人気のある竹野浜や猫崎半島、日和山海岸をめぐるコース
【見 所】はさかり岩、竹野スノーケルセンター、竹野浜、日和山海岸など
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