Sunday and Monday
Sunday and Monday
The deity worshiped in this shrine, Sukunahikona no Mikoto, is a god of medicine, said to have miraculous powers, especially for helping women recover from illness, have an easy labor, or conceive a child. This shrine is also famous for its doll memorial services.
This temple, the second stop in the Saigoku Kannon 33 holy places pilgrimage, is a famous place to see the early flowering of the cherry blossoms. It has three holy hot springs, a superb view of Wakanoura, and temple buildings that are recognized as important cultural properties. Moreover, it also has the largest wooden statue of Kannon in a standing pose in Japan.
8:00-17:00（Hondou · Nokyojo opening time）8:30-16:30（Butsuden daikannonzou statue opening time）
Both Hinokuni shrine and Kunikakasu shrine lie within the same temple precincts, and they are widely honored as among the most important shrines in the old province of Kii. The gods provide blessings for things like family safety and finding a good spouse.
Visiting available time 5: 00-17: 00 (office reception reception is 8: 00-)
The god enshrined in this shrine is the older brother of Jimmu, Itsuse no Mikoto, who appears in the legendary story of Jimmu's conquest of the East. This is an extremely important spot in the legendary story, a place where an important turning point in the narrative occurred.
The god of trees and the god who eliminates misery are enshrined here. In the "Kojiki," it is written that this place saved the life of the god of marriage, "Okuninushi." It is one of the main shrines of the old province of Kii, famous for having a tree that people can crawl through, and for the water of life.
9:00-17:00（Visit is always possible）
The protector spirit of Wakayama castle, and ancestor God of the Otomoji family, is enshrined here. Prayers were offered here when Tokugawa Yoshimune was born, and due to his success in the military, this shrine has become known for granting good fortune and the warding off of evil.
Tuesday (in the case of a holiday, next day), New Year's Holiday (December 29 to January 3)
Word of mouth has it that, at this famous uninhabited island, the atmosphere feels almost as though you have dived into the world of anime. There is unique look replete with out-of-the-ordinary things, like the ruins of cannon turrets and ammunition storehouses that still remain today.
073-459-0314（Tomogashima Information Center）
Please check the operation schedule to the island with Tomogashima Steami Ship HP.
Yoshuien park was built by the tenth lord of Kii province, Tokugawa Harutomi, over a period of eight years starting in the first year of the Bunsei era (1818). It is the garden of a feudal lord, consisting mostly of pine trees, and covering an area of about 40,000 square yards (33,000㎡).
April - August 9:00-18:00 September - March 8:00-17:00
年中無休（On 1st January only 11: 00-17: 00）
It is called "Momojidani garden" because the maple trees are spectacular (Momiji = maple tree), but its formal name is "Nishinomaru garden." A small space replete with the goodness of the Japanese garden, it will bring peace to your heart and make you forget the hustle and bustle of the city.
December 29 - 31
April - August 9: 00-18: 00 September - March 8: 00-17: 00
open all year round
073-435-1234（Wakayama City Tourism Section）
Kankaikaku is a fantastic water palace that is said to have been built by Tokugawa Yorinobu, who loved Wakanoura. It is still popular with people nowadays as a great place for viewing the boats floating in the bay and the moon as it touches the edge of Mount Nagusa.
073-444-4349（Wakanoura Twilight Association）
Tuesday (holiday opening, next weekday holiday) December 29 - January 3
073-444-4349（Wakanoura Tourism Association）
The backdrop for the "Saikarokuji Castle" comic was Wakayama City, where the Saika Band had its stronghold. At Tengu mountain, where the main character passed fleeting moments of rest with his lover in the pause between battles, there is a beautiful spot where you can see Wakanoura.
073-446-5553（Waka Park Management Office）
With a total length of 1312 yards (1200 meters), Kataonami is the only large scale beautiful beach that Wakayama Prefecture can be proud of. In the ocean section of the ministry of the environment's "One Hundred Best Beaches in Japan," this pleasant beach was chosen as a "special selection."