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Ikuno Silver Mine

Ikuno Silver Mine

South part: Ikuno

This is the preserved site of the Ikuno Silver Mine, which was controlled by the leaders of Japan throughout its history. Records state that silver was first mined here in 1543.

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Takeda Castle Ruins

Takeda Castle Ruins

North part: Takeda

The castle was said to have been built in 1431 to protect the Ikuno Silver Mine. The castle was abandoned in 1600 due to government policies at the time, and has been left untouched and preserved since then.

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Era of Industrial Modernization

Ikuno Silver Mine

South part: Ikuno

Ikuno Townscape

South part: Ikuno

Mikobata Cast Iron Bridge

South part: Asago

Old Mine Cart Railway Park

South part: Ikuno

Era of the Warring States

Takeda Castle Ruins

North part: Takeda

Takeda Townscape

North part: Takeda

Era of the Ancient Kofun Tombs

Chasuriyama Kofun (tumulus)

North part: Wadayama

The Japan

EN Takeda Castle Town Hotel

North part: Takeda

Uogataki

South part: Ikuno

Kurokawa Hot Spring

South part: Ikuno

Oka no Yu Hot Spring

North part: Wadayama

Yofudo Hot Spring

North part: Santo

Awaga Shrine

North part: Santo

Yanase Townscape

North part: Santo

Himemiya Shrine

South part: Ikuno

Museum

Asago Art Village

South part: Asago

Information Center

Asago Tourist Information Center

South part: Ikuno

Sake Brewery

Konotomo Sake Brewery

North part: Santo

Tajime Sake Brewery

North part: Santo

Roadside Station

Roadside Station "Fresh Asago"

South part: Asago