Discover Tenkawa

Explore the impressive natural surroundings at Tenkawa with a walk through Mitarai Valley or visit the Menfudou Limestone Cave.

Things to see and do

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Getting around in Tenkawa

The easiest way to get around in Tenkawa is by car, since many of the major sights and attractions are not accessible by public transportation.
If you decide to rent a car, it is advised to do so from one of the bigger cities in the vicinity. You can check-out our listings for car rentals nearby, in the FAQ menu below. 

Getting to Tenkawa

How long to stay in Tenkawa

We recommend staying here for about one day. 
 

Hotels in Tenkawa

Flights to Tenkawa

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Day trips from Tenkawa

Yoshino in Nara is a quaint, small village, famous for its yearly cherry blossoms.  The village also feautures some world-class temples and a ropeway that will lead you to some ...

Travel time:

Distance, km: 16.24

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Koyasan is one of the most important religious places in Japan as it was the birthplace of Shingon Buddhism. You can spend the night at one of the temples and ...

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Distance, km: 22.88

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Kawayu Onsen, located right next to the Kumano River, is the ideal place those who enjoy hot springs, for Kawayu Onsen has them in abundance. Not only that, the village ...

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Distance, km: 43.73

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Do you like pristine nature? Then visit the Akame waterfalls in the middle of Muro Akame Aoyama National Park. You will find many gorgeous waterfalls to explore. Swim in the lagoons ...

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Distance, km: 44.05

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Kumano city is a coastal city, near the spiritual heart of Japan, perfect for those looking for a lesser-known getaway near the ocean. 

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Distance, km: 44.51

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Less then an hour from Kyoto, you will find the historical city of Nara. When you arrive at the station you will almost immediately be greeted by the many deer ...

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Distance, km: 51.04

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Most attractions in Ikoma center around Mount Ikoma. Start your journey by taking the cable-car up the mountain or opt to hike up. In the latter case, make sure to ...

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Distance, km: 53.82

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Osaka is one of the biggest metropolises in the world and the second largest city in Japan. A perfect place to do some quality shopping as eery street has something ...

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Distance, km: 58.54

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The temples at Nachi Katsuura are some of the most impressive in all of Japan. Surrounded by forests, this is surely an experience you won't want to miss!

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Distance, km: 61.75

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For everyone interested in learning more about ninja's, Iga is the place to go. Home to the Iga-ryu ninja tradition, one of the two most well known ninja traditions in ...

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Distance, km: 66.18

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