【The Great Nature Route】
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The Shoryudo truly offers a diverse array of tourist attractions. The Great Nature Route is an alpine route that cuts through a mountain range some 3,000 meters high. There’s moon-viewing at Unazuki Onsen, the cliffs of Tojinbo formed from erosion by the Sea of Japan’s violent waves, and one of the world’s three largest dinosaur museums. Tour Japan’s largest lake, ancient Lake Biwa, and experience the workings and pleasures of nature as you see just how vast the great outdoors are. In the fall, visitors can also enjoy the colorful leaves at Eihei-ji Temple and the Three Temples of Eastern Biwa.
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.