Recognized as the first Japanese heritage site



Just before the border between the prefectures on Route 307 to Shigaraki, there is a road that Tokugawa Ieyasu took over Iga.
A small signpost leads you along a narrow road toward the mountains, where you will find a signboard for the historical site.


During the season of new tea, many people come to Ujitawara to buy new tea.
Many of them stop by the tea stores along the road.
Many people stop by the tea shops along the road, but not many come to this place.

If you drive, you can see tea fields in the mountains.

If you have time, it would be great if you stop by.

The Yamashiro area of Kyoto has been recognized as the first Japanese Heritage site.
Please stop by.