【The Dragon Route】
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The Shoryudo truly offers a diverse array of tourist attractions. The Dragon Route, the route that symbolizes the Shoryudo, cuts south-to-north through the middle of the Japanese archipelago and is shaped like a dragon ascending into the sky from Nagoya, the region's largest city, with Noto Peninsula as its head. Tourists can enjoy such famous hot springs as Gero Onsen and Wakura Onsen as they experience festivals, Karakuri on dashi floats, sword making, gold leaf crafts, and other traditional cultures. Go from the Pacific coast through the mountains to the Sea of Japan coast, and experience the wondrous changing scenery, cities, food, and culture along the way.
This route, which symbolizes the Shoryudo, is shaped like a dragon rising to the sky with the Noto Peninsula as its head.
This route let you experience the spirit of the Japanese people, providing encounters with the nation’s good old days.
This route puts you in touch with the bustle and magnificence of the great outdoors, including mountains, fantastically-shaped rocks, and ancient lakes.
This route lets you enjoy crafts and experience castles related to the samurai, who played a formative role in the period we see depicted in ukiyo-e paintings.