A giant peak that soars high into the sky from ocean surface. See this dynamic scene only found on Sado!
The remains of a once flourishing gold mine boasting Japan’s highest output, discovered during the Edo Era
The island was a former penal colony but now is a place you can enjoy traditional culture together with the beautiful nature
Experience gold panning as you learn all about the historic gold mines of Sado
The transportation system linking Sado Island and the mainland. Enjoy a pleasant marine trip while viewing the ocean
A novel experience! The history of Sado is told through robots in the costumes of old
The sight of recreated mine workers from 400 years ago
As soon as you hear it, your heart will throb, as soon as you beat it, your heart will sing! The attraction of taiko drumming linked to the heart!
Head for the brewery for high-grade sake. Sample famous first-class sake from Sado
A course touring the history of a modern mine where you can get a sense of its huge scale and dramatic evolution
Sado Island’s gateway which is most used by ferries arriving and departing. This is the starting point for tourism on the island
A mystical cedar forest which has existed for about 300 years with huge trees uniquely shaped through the actions of strong winds and snow
Fresh seafood cuisine at the northernmost tip of Sado Island featuring local ingredients specially selected by shopkeepers.
As mysterious Noh performances float amid the fire illuminating the darkness, the true charm of outdoor Noh is experienced with all five senses
Marvel at the spectacular display of the completely reproduced Edo Era cargo ship with a total length of 24m!
A convenient port to travel around famous sites in southern Sado Island. Come here to reach the historical district of Shukunegi and tarai bune.
A shrine with Sado Island’s oldest Noh stage enshrined in the middle of a tranquil countryside setting
Sado Island’s first Nichiren Buddhist temple with its simple appearance and a beautiful garden throughout all four seasons