You can arrive in Japan at this airport.
Ryugenji Mabu was developed in 1715 under the supervision of Omori Magistrate, and of its length of 600 m, 273 m is open to the public.
Gungendo provides a lifestyle connected to food, clothing, and shelter. Based in a renovated traditional Japanese house in Omori Town that is 170 years old, Gungendo has an inner courtyard rich with green, and you can shop for clothes, bedding, and general goods, or enjoy local seasonal flavors in a meal at the cafe. Come by Gungendo and relax to your heart's content.
Now Ōmori Town is attracting attention, not only in Japan but from around the world, as a model town for sustainable development. After its selection as a World Heritage Site, the area did not shift to tourism; instead, the everyday lives of the residents continue as they always have in an area that preserves an Edo Period townscape.
Kagura is a collection of dances and music that originally began as rituals performed by shrine priests at shrines dedicated to local deities. Kagura was performed to give thanks for bountiful harvests during annual fall festivals.