Teganuma, located northwest of Inzai, was one of the largest swamps during the Edo Meiji period.
Its shape was Tsu of hiragana character.
However, due to reclamation and Nitta development from the Meiji to Taisho eras, it was divided into northern Teganuma and southern Teganuma.
In the past, water quality deteriorated due to domestic wastewater, but now it is regaining its former appearance due to the efforts of many people.
You can see the beautiful water surface of Lake Teganuma beyond the rice fields beside Meiji Elementary School.
Inba-numa is the largest swamp in Chiba prefecture.
It has long been the center of the local fishery and the source of water for growing crops.
It is also popular for outdoor leisure activities such as walking, cycling and fishing.
The sunset in Imba-numa overlooking the Tokushoin Temple in Seto is superb.
The Burari River Tour is a small boat trip around the Rokken River Benten River and the Tega River on a boat that feels the wind.
Around these rivers, various waterfowl, and fish inhabit, and they show various expressions depending on the season.
Why don’t you board the ship with your family and friends?
Millions of cosmos bloom in the area around Inzai-Makinohara Station.
Not only in this area, you can see the city’s flowers, cosmos, all over the city in the fall.
The Tone River is also known as Taro Bando. It is crowded with anglers such as carp and crucian carp.
During the Edo period, the Tone River was hydraulically controlled by the Shogunate government, and the water transportation route, which is an important transportation route for goods to Edo, was completed. In particular, Kioroshigashi has excellent distribution convenience and prospered as a key point of land and water from the coast of Kujukuri Kasumigaura to Edo.
There are few things that remind me of the past, but the view of the Tone River from the bank is wonderful.
It is a nationally designated, natural monument, a green park that requires the Kioroshi Shell Mound.
From the observation square on the hill, you can see the entire city of Kioroshi, the Tone River, Mt. Fuji and Mt. Tsukuba.
In the park, you can enjoy the colors of the four seasons, such as the plants, Kawazu cherry blossoms that are sung in the Manyoshu.
At Kobayashi Ranch, you can enjoy cherry blossoms for a long time, such as weeping cherry blossoms and double cherry blossoms, with a wonderful tunnel of Yoshino cherry trees that stretches for about 700 meters.
It is one of the prefecture’s leading cherry blossom viewing spots and one of the 500 best attractions in Boso.
Yoshitaka’s Big Cherry Blossom is an old tree of wild cherry blossoms that are said to be over 300 years old and is designated as a natural monument of the city.
The branching reaches 25 meter and is in full bloom.
The contrast between the yellow of rape blossoms and the blue of the sky is truly overwhelming.
In this main hall, the statue of Fudomyoo, who was designated as a national important cultural property in 1918, is enshrined.
The book is opened on September 28th every year, and is familiar as Ofudosama to the locals.
In addition, this area is also rich in nature, which has been sele cted as one of the 100 best hometowns in Japan, and the area around the precincts is filled with seasonal colors such as the lotus flower cluster amaryllis and cosmos.