The following events are being held: January: Hatsumode and Tsutsugayu Festival; February: Setsubun; March: Mountain Marathon and Tofu Festival; August: Lantern-drawing Festival and the Annual Autumn Festival; September: Equinox Flowers and Autumn Cherry Blossoms; October: Bonfire Festival; November: Illuminated Red Maple. The Oyama area is also known for its tofu.More details
Enjoy Tofu and visit Oyama shrine
Recommended by Kanagawa Prefecture
Shonan Area 3h
Named 'Oyama Mairi' in the Edo period, this shrine was designated as a site of Japanese heritage. These spiritual mountains have been faithfully worshipped since long ago. The areais is famous for it's delicious Tofu made from locally grown soy beans and pure Oyama mountain spring water.Add to trip planner 0
Ooyama cable car will take you to a great scenic spot that is located at a height of 700 m above sea level in 6 minutes. The cable car is 0.8 km long and the difference of elevation between stations is 278 m. Passengers can fully enjoy grand views from a large window of the cable car: a view of Enoshima spreading below the cable, seasonal sceneries of Oyama and other superb prospects. The cable...More details
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Treat yourself to a trip enjoying the freshest fruits and lunch at a three Michelin star restaurant.