On the right is Noto-jima Ohashi Bridge, while on the left is Twin Bridge Noto. Tsumakoibune-no-Yu, offering views of the entire Nanao Bay, is a popular spot in Wakura where people can enjoy a free foot bath. Visitors can soak their feet in the somewhat luke warm water to warm their entire bodies, as they immerse themselves in the superb scenery.
A course that includes the three top healing spots in Wakura. Wakura scenery to be enjoyed by people young and old, male or female. Also recommendable is a popular event that people may want to try with their families, going around visiting the Shichifukujin.
Yuttari Park (Tsumakoibune-no-Yu)
Ryokuchi Hiroba (Wakutama-kun Park)
All over the park, covered in soft grass, are Wakutama-kun (mascot character) in a variety of outfits and poses. Take commemorative photos with Wakutama-kun under the clear blue sky, and they are bound to fill you with happiness! The park offers a place for relaxing on the grass.
Climb the 500-or-so steps from Seirin-ji Temple to arrive at this observation platform offering stunning views of the entire Nanao Bay. There you will find Nagomi-no Kane, a bell that is said to grant one’s wishes when struck. Come and make the charming “gong” of the bell ring out across the town of Wakura.