There are houses with beautiful white walls and samurai residences along the street, remaining as part of a castle town.
The symbol of the town is carps swimming in canals with clear waters.
Carps' feed is sold in the shops along the street.
These carps are kept as emergency food for survival in case of starvation.
From end of May to June, there are 3,000 iris flowers blossoming adding color to the street.
The street is flat, without borderlines between sidewalk and roadway.
It’s easy to move around in a wheelchair.
On the street, there are accessible bathrooms at Tsuwano Community Center and Sagimai Place.
From JR Yamaguchi Line Tsuwano Station, around 700 m. (10 minutes on foot)
Bumps at the entrance
Yes. 2 places. Tsuwano Community Center and Sagimai Place
Bathroom entrance width
Accessible parking space
Display items with multilingual explanation
Staff fluent in foreign languages
Audio (English) guidance
View of Tonomachidōri. The sidewalks and roadway are separated, and Braille blocks are well installed. Along the Tonomachidōri, there are two accessible bathrooms: at the Tsuwano Community Center and the Sagimai Place.
View of the sidewalk on Tonomachidōri. It’s easy to move along in a wheelchair.
Braille blocks on the Tonomachidōri. They are installed only on the east sidewalk.
View of the Honmachidōri. Here, there is no borderline between sidewalk and roadway, but it’s well made. So it’s easy to move along in a wheelchair. Beware of cars passing by, though.
View of the accessible bathroom in the Tsuwano Community Center, along the Tonomachidōri
View of the accessible bathroom at Sagimai Place
View of the accessible bathroom in the Kinuya supermarket parking space. With washlet.
View of the accessible bathroom in Taikodani Inari Shrine
View of the accessible bathroom near the entrance to Otometōge Maria Church
View of the accessible bathroom on the way to the Taikodani Inari Shrine parking space
View of the accessible bathroom at the Michino Eki Tsuwano Onsen Nagomino Sato parking space. Ostomates sink installed.
View of the accessible bathroom in Tsuwano Onsen Nagomino Sato