Tenkawa

The main gate of Ominesanji Temple on Mount Omine

Tenkawa (天川) is a village in Nara Prefecture in Japan, about 10 to 15 km south of Yoshino.

Get in

By car

Driving is one option.

By bus

There is a bus leaving from Kintetsu Shimoichiguchi Station (下市口), which is on the Kintetsu Yoshino Line. You can board an express train (急行) for Yoshino (吉野) at Osaka Abenobashi Station, the Kintetsu station adjacent to JR Tennoji. That train will take you to Shimoichiguchi, from where you can take a bus for about an hour until you reach Tenkawa Mura (天川村)

See

Do

Hiking, camping.

Eat

When in season, Japanese "mountain vegetables" are a popular and delicious choice. Some places offer fish caught in the mountain rivers, which are bony, but worth trying at least once. The two varieties often seen are iwana (岩魚, charr) and amago (あまご, red-spotted trout).

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