In fall, the crystal-clear waters flowing through Okutsukei Valley are lined with brilliant colors. A promenade, around 800 meters long, sees many special events during the fall season.
The Kamba Falls are a nationally designated site of scenic beauty. 110 meters high and 20 meters wide, it’s also counted as one of Japan’s top 100 waterfalls. The breathtaking site of its falling water make an exquisite match for the fall colors.
In 1670, the lord of the Bizen Province Ikeda Mitsumasa created Shizutani School to help educate common folk. In late fall, the Chinese pistache trees there take on brilliant colors, and are lit up at night for the season.
Onbara Kogen is a plateau 700 meters above sea level. The Onabara Lake there has a 4.5 km perimeter dotted with birch and larch trees. It’s a great spot for bicycling.