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481上之郷IC泉佐野JCT阪和道Izumisano City奥山雨山自然公園奥山雨山自然公園Shipporyu-jiShipporyu-ji1:40,000Hiking courseHiking courseInunaki-sanGrand Hotel KisenkakuInunaki-sanGrand Hotel KisenkakuMinami-teiMinami-teiYumoto-Onsen-SoYumoto-Onsen-SoFudoguchikanFudoguchikan▲Danjiri in “RENGAKAN”“RENGAKAN”is built of brick.“RENGAKAN” which used to be a cotton cloth factory is Heritage of Industrial Modernization. ”RENGAKAN” has a hall that exhibits Danjiri, and offers information on local cultures. The adjoining “The Naka family residence” has one of the largest earthen oors in Kansai. You will feel the nostalgia, and the history of Kumatori from the middle Ages.Kumatori Community Center “RENGAKAN”, Important Cultural Property ” The Naka family residence”1-10-1 Gomon-Nishi, Kumatori Town, Sennan-gun, Osaka(“The Naka family residence” adjoins”RENGAKAN”)AddressPhone:072-453-0391ContactFreeFee9:00 - 22:00 (Closes at 17:30 on Wed.)Open4th Wed., Year-end and New Year holidaysClosed5-29 honmachi, Izumisano, OsakaAddressPhone:072-469-5673ContactAdult: 200 yenStudent (Age 15+): 100 yenFee9:30 - 16:00 OpenMon. to Fri.(Open on holidays)※Open other days if reservations are made in advanceClosedThe mountain still attracts Buddhist ascetics from all around the world and is also popular for its hiking course. Here you can enjoy the beauty of nature. You can also enjoy local dishes and the spa at the foot of the mountain.Inunaki-sanOoki, Izumisano, OsakaAddressPhone:072-469-3131 (Izumisano Tourist Association)ContactFeeOpenFree to visitClosedP26 D-4MAPFeel renewed in the natural environment of Inunaki-san, which is famous as a place for ascetic practices.P26 D-3MAPThe Naka family residence▲In Edo period in late 18th century, the town of Sano developed its original urban culture. The houses of that era have been restored, and are open to the public.Izumisano Furusato Machiya House(Ex-Niikawa House)Experience the town of Sano which developed its own original culture in Edo period.P26 C-2MAPThe cotton cloth factory which was built in the early Showa period. The village headman’s residence which was built in early Edo period.Sightseeing SpotsIzumisano CityKumatori TownTajiri TownGourmetShoppingSightseeingLeisureEventSenshu SouthArea23