Kongōbu-ji is the ecclesiastic head temple of Koyasan Shingon Buddhism, located on Mount Kōya, Wakayama prefecture, Japan.
Nachi Falls in Nachikatsuura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, is one of the best-known waterfalls in Japan.
Kumano Nachi Taisha is a Shinto shrine and part of the UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii…
Kumano Hayatama Taisha is a Shinto shrine located in Shingu, Wakayama Prefecture, on the shores of the Kumanogawa in the Kii Peninsula of…
Seiganto-ji, Temple of Crossing the Blue Shore, is a Tendai Buddhist temple in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan.
Supposedly founded before the 9th century, this UNESCO site is one of the oldest shrines in the region.
Fudarakusan-ji is Tendai temple of the Higashimuro district, Wakayama prefecture, Japan. The name of temple comes from mount Potalaka.
Kumano Hongū Taisha is a Shinto shrine located in Tanabe, Wakayama, deep in the rugged mountains of the Kii Peninsula of Japan.
This complex houses a museum and an aquarium. Be sure to check their dolphin and whale shows.
A popular shopping facility with both local and international brands. If hungry, visit its food hall with a plethora of eateries.
Wakayama Prefecture Kii-fudoki-no-oka Museum of Archaeology and Folklore opened in Wakayama, Japan, in 1971.
This is a must-go if visiting Kumano Hongū Taisha - explore the center's exhibits and learn more about the region and its sacred sites.
Exhibiting both 19th-century and contemporary art, this museum focuses on artists from the Wakayama, Nara, and Mie regions.
Adjacent to the Iwase Senzuka burial site, this museum will inform you about the lives of the early locals and their folk customs.