Shōbara is a city located in northeastern Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on March 31, 1954.
As of April 30, 2017, the city has an estimated population of 36,617 and a population density of 29 persons per km².
Restaurants in Shobara
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Bihoku a rural location in a state-run Bihoku hillside park is located in the center of the Chugoku Mountains, about 340ha (east and west about 3.5km, about 1km north-south) and leave well the graceful landscape and climate of, taking advantage of these, "Furusato - play "the theme is the first national park in the Chugoku region. In the park, the old hometown, flower open space, lawn park, spread the landscape of Scandinavian auto campground, one day you can play fun while remembering the home in a beautiful nature. In addition, since the offers recreational programs of the four seasons, playing happily in the spacious park, please here to your new home.
Excellent place. Cheap. Lots for kids to do. Huge play area with slides, swings etc. Woodland adventure area with climbing frames etcThank you very much. Please use according to the season and purpose such as complex playground equipment, athletics, ground golf, and camping. The admission fee is 410 yen for adults, elementary school students and junior high school students 80 yen. Please use with your family.
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3.5 based on 48 reviews
This is the only winery that i have ever been to before in Japan. It was of little interest. The winery was small and there was little to see. They had wine tasting which was fun. But the wine was not good. Very sweet for my tasting. They did have some interesting fruit wines that i never tried before. But nothing here worth a foreign tourist to visit. Instead go to the sake town of Higashi Hiroshima.
4 based on 29 reviews
The 17th roadside station (Michi-no-Eki) in Hiroshima Prefecture. It is located soon after getting off the Takano interchange of Chugoku-Yamanami Highway (Chugoku Crossing Highway · Onomichi-Matsue Line). Takano, Shobara, which is almost in the middle of Chugoku-Mountains, is one of the heaviest snowfall areas in western Japan, and it is also famous as an agricultural area of delicious highland vegetables. We are sticking to the products in Shobara area and selling fresh vegetables, wild vegetables, fruits and processed products such as pickles, throughout the year. Eating and drinking menu with local materials is also offered at the restaurant and the food corner. There is a sightseeing concierge that will guide you about road information and the sights of the area.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I was very fortunate to visit Miyoshi quite a few times.
It is such a beautiful city.
People are so warm.
Okuda Genso paintings are awesome.
You can spend hours watching some of them.
The museum is located in such a location where there is natural beauty.
Miyoshi is a small city but it is a safe and peaceful city.
The best period to visit is summer spring and autumn
Winter is beautiful but it is very cold
4.5 based on 16 reviews
After visiting dozens of museums and temples, stopping at Ombashi and walking the little trail that runs next to the crystal clear river of Taishakukyo gorge was really a refreshing change!
The air there is incredibly pure (you can tell by all the moss growing around the trees and rocks) and the bridge itself is very impressive. The trail continues much further but it is a short 10-15min walk to the bridge from the parking. Bring your camera because you'll have the opportunity to take some really cool shots!
3.5 based on 15 reviews
4 based on 35 reviews
. . . missing in Tripadvisor, so I'm back. Need to bring attention to what are called 'Mother Farms' in Japan. These are basically parks out in the country with farm animals in them, which usually include a petting area, a field where kids can dig for potatoes or something, and a barbecue restaurant where you can buy a big platter of meat and veggies and grill them. The gift shop will sell dairy and farm products like cheese and sausages. Some, like the one near Ikaho Onsen, will offer stuff like a sheepdog show and even a small modern art museum. Do not visit these places during Golden Week, as they will be packed!
There is one near the Qyukamura Taishakukyo hotel/ryokan, as it's along the same road to get there. I cannot find any English material on the web or even on this site (now that's a mean feat!). So I don't know the name of the farm. What I like about this place is it looks like Hokkaido and is surrounded by rolling hillsides. There is a restaurant at the top of the hill with a great view, and you can buy pieces of beefsteak cut into cubes and grilled with garlic and pepper - really delicious, with a meaty flavor. A trail way at the back takes you to some sort of sculpture I recall. Really a wonderful Mother Farm and if you are in the area, definitely stay at the Qyukamura hotel (best buffet I've seen in Japan) and stop by this farm. Yes, the area is very remote, around 3 hrs by bus from Hiroshima or Okayama, so rental car cross country is what I did to find the spot. Of course the major attraction is Taishakukyo Gorge nearby, but this Mother Farm is just the icing on the cake.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
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