Stonewalled Rice Field in Ketto
Tsunan Town
Stonewall Rice Terraces that were chosen as one of the top one hundred agricutural landscape in Japan
Terraced rice fields that were included in the top one hundred rural views across the country. Originally the land could not be cultivated due to the stony nature of the ground, but with hunger as motivation it was reclaimed into productive rice terraces.
Address Ketto, Tsunan, Niigata prefecture
Telephone 025-765-5585Tsunan Tourism Association (Contact)
Business Term Spring~Autumn
Price Free of charge
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Get off at JR Echigo-Yuzawa Station, get off the 'Tsunan public office(YS28)' in 44 minutes by bus from 'Yuzawa Station(YS02)'. In the transfer, get off the 'Kamiketto(NA30)' 34 minutes from 'Tsunan public office(NA09)'. A 10-minute walk from there.
Closest Bus Stop
1km from Kami Ketto Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo70 minutes from Shiozawa-Ishiuchi IC on R353, R117 & R405
From Niigata90 minutes from Echigo Kawaguchi IC on R117 & R405
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Ketto Hot Spring
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Recycling-oriented lifestyle in harmony with nature.
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Sarutobi Bridge
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