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  • Nanki Shirahama

    • About 3 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Underwater Observatory

      Offshore 100 m,18m high,Weatherproof type observation tower with a depth of 6 m.
      You can see about 30 kinds of fish, including tropical fish, black sea bream, gray scorpionfish, and more.
      Special discount coupons are available in the room.

      business hours:
      9:00 to 16:30(Last entry 16:00)
      required time:30 minutes
      Charge:Adult 800 yen Child 500 yen
    • In front of the hotel


      A shallow beach with an extension of 600 m.
      Quartz sand containing 90% silicic acid is literally pure white and smooth sand.
      In summer, colorful parasols are in full bloom, and palm trees lined up along the arcuate beach,
      We are making the tropical mood even more exciting.
    • About 10 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Adventure World

      With the theme of "interaction between people, animals, and nature," this is a rare theme park in Japan that integrates a zoo, an aquarium, and an amusement park. .
      Advance selling discount admission tickets are sold at the front desk.

      Nanki Shirahama
      Adventure World
    • About 5 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Shirahama Energy Land

      It is a facility based on the theme "People and Nature's Energy" that learns while enjoying experiences.
      Advance selling discount admission tickets are sold at the front desk.

      Shirahama Energy Land
    • About 10 minutes by car from Shirahamakan


      The symbol of Shirahama.In the small island of east and west 10 M, north and south 65 M, this name was attached because there is a round sea cave in the middle of the island.
    • About 5 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Heisogen Park

      Shirahama Onsen Town park on a hill overlooking Shirahama Onsen Town. You can enjoy various flowers every season.
      2000 cherry blossoms are the only cherry blossoms in the Northern part of Japan, and many cherry blossoms are crowded at the cherry blossom viewing season.
      In addition, a field athletic course with a total length of 2 km has been built along the perimeter.
    • About 5 minutes by car from Shirahamakan


      Senjojiki, as its name suggests, is a large bedrock that reminds me of a wide rock formation.
      Setozaki white soft rock that slopes from the tip of Setozaki towards the Pacific Ocean is a large rock consisting of the sandstones of the Third Era, eroded by the rough waves to create a magnificent landscape.
    • About 5 minutes by car from Shirahamakan


      A cliff with a height of 50 meters standing on the southern coast of Senjojiki.
      In the old days, this rock wall, which is said to originate from a "Midan" where fishermen watched a ship and a group of fish, Midan over 2 kilometers north and south, and the dynamic sunshine hitting the rocky skin collides violently, I can not help feeling the power of nature.
    • About 15 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Minakata Kumagusu Museum

      A natural and folklore giant, “Minakata Kumagusu”, born in Wakayama Prefecture.
      It is a memorial hall that preserves and displays literature, specimens, and relics of Kumagusu who surprised the world with "Minakata" in Japan.

      Viewing time:9:00 am to 5:00 pm
      Closed days:every Thursday
      (Open every day from 7/20 to 8/31)
      Free Parking:Present
      Admission fee:Adults 400 yen Elementary and junior high school students 200 yen(Group discount of 20 people or more)
    • About 20 minutes by car from Shirahamakan

      Toretore Market

      It is the largest seafood market in West Nippon Shirahamacho, Wakayama Prefecture, Shirahamacho, Wakayama Prefecture.
      With a total site area of 15,000 tsubo and a parking lot that boasts 70 buses and 777 ordinary cars, we sell various seasonal seafood from all over Japan and colorful specialties of Wakayama.
      There is a huge aquarium tank, and the tuna corner sells raw tuna on the spot.

      Katata Fishery Association
      Opening Hours:
      8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
      Information on closed days is on the website.