The "Unzen Golf Course" (TEL: +81-957-73-3368) opened in 1913 (Taisho 2) is the oldest public golf course in Japan. The golf course is photo retouching located in the Unzen Amakusa National Park. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery with the changing seasons while playing. Afterwards, take a 30-minute drive back to the hot spring town. After soaking in the hot springs and sweating, it is even better to have a glass of beer. drink. Drive a car from the golf course and cross the tourist road to Nita Pass.
From the observation deck, you can see the "Heisei Shinzan" formed by the eruption of Mt. Pugen in 1991 (Heisei 3). The rugged mountain surface seems to convey to us the horror of the majestic nature. If you take the Unzen Ropeway to the top of Mt. Myoki, you can enjoy a majestic 360-degree surround view. Unzen Golf Field Photo Credit: Key Review Website Japan Site Spectacular view of Japan's oldest public stadium. Value-for-money izakaya serving famous sake from "hanegi shibori" "Yoshidaya" (TEL: +81-957-82-2032), located in Minamishimabara City, south of Unzen, is a brewery established in 1917
(Taisho 6), and they use a method called "hanegi shibori pressing" (hanegi shibori). ) traditional brewing technique. The "long stick" is a hard tree that is used as a balance bar, and as long as the stick is pressed and squeezed slowly, it is possible to make a refreshing sake with no off-flavor. In the current era when machine pressing is the mainstream, there are only 5 or 6 breweries in Japan that use this method. はねぎ