Road Trip: The sacred & secular art of Kunisaki
The Kunisaki Peninsula is imbued with a placid spirituality embodied by 1,300 year-old…
Electric-assist cycles are available to rent at Innai’s Michi-no-eki wayside station to explore the surrounding picturesque countryside, which boasts the greatest concentration of stone bridges in Japan. The Michi-no-eki is alone worth a visit to see a giant salamander, a normally elusive creature resident in a display tank, and bonsai, trees cultivated on a minature scale to mimic a full-grown specimen. Here, of course, you can also purchase supplies of local produce and drinks to sustain you on your travels.
At a glance
A charming region to cycle arouund centred on the local Michi-no-eki.