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Explore Historical Hadano: Burial Mounds, a Sake Brewery, and Izumo Shrine

Shonan Area Full day 1

A course where you walk between adjacent Shibusawa and Hadano stations. Look through Sakuradote Kofun Park, which contains the largest kofun (megalithic tomb) in Kanagawa Prefecture, browse the cellars of the Kanai Sake Brewery Shop, famous for their “Mozart” series, where the music of Mozart is played to the koji-mold used in the brewing process, and say a prayer at the power spot Izumo Shrine Sagamibunshi. A course filled with history, gourmet, and benefit.

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Sakuradotekofun Park

Hadano 1h

Sakuradote Kofun is located around the center of the Mizunashi River running through Hadano. 35 kofun (burial mounds) have been identified there, making it the...

Kanei Sake Brewery

Hadano 1h

Founded in 1868, this is the only sake brewery in Hadano City, Kanagawa Prefecture. In addition to the traditional "Hakusasazumi" and "Sasano-Dew" sake, the brewery...

Izumo Shrine Sagamibunshi

Hadano 45m

In the 21st year of the Meiji period (1888) in Shimane prefecture, the “Izumo-taisha” was dedicated to the spirit of the 80th Kunizo, Senge Takatomi, and was...

Meisan Center

Hadano 30m

This store, dealing in Hadano souvenirs, is located around the north exit of the Odakyu Line Hadano Station. They also sell local specialties that have been designated...

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