Sightseeing Spot Spots in Chiba Area

  • Tateyama Family Park
    88 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Menuma 1210
    This leisure park is at the top of a small hill overlooking Heisaura beach along the Boso Flower Line. This sprawling park, boasting about 140,000 square meters of space, includes flower gardens and flower picking fields, a park golf course, dog park, fishing area and more, allowing a full day of fun for all ages. In spring, 100,000 poppy plants bloom with 1 million flowers.

    This is amazing,Many poppies bloom. 1 million poppies will be that it is had experience that it is amazing. Putter golf is possible, and the flower picking also.

  • Sora no Eki Fuwari Shibayama
    37 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Sambugunshibayamamachi Asakura 394-15
    This facility with a farmer's market is on National Route 296. It sells locally farm-grown vegetables and flowers, prepared and fresh foods, crafts, and souvenirs. Their buffet restaurant has fare made with fresh local vegetables, and their bakery has bread hot from the oven.


  • Tokyo Bay Ferry Kanaya Port
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Futtsushi Kanaya 4303
    The Tokyo Bay Ferry connects the Kanaya area of Futtsu City, Chiba Prefecture to Kurihama of Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture. One can enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay, the expansive ocean, and even Mt. Fuji during the 40 minute one way ride. Boso Peninsula sea and land souvenirs are also available for purchase on board. The Boso gold egg custard pudding using Eiko-ran eggs of Kimitsu is popular.
  • Poppo no Oka
    4 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Isumishi Sakuda 1298
    This egg-shack is perfect for families, as you can study a bunch of different trains. The adjacent cafe features freshly-cooked eggs in eggs over rice.


  • Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line
    Travel / Tourism
    From Kusasaki-ku, Kawasaki-ku, Chiba Prefecture Ukishima cho from Kisarazu-shi Nakajima
    Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line is a 15.1 kilometer long toll road, for cars only, which crosses Tokyo Bay, linking Kisarazu City in Chiba Prefecture with Kawasaki City in Kanagawa Prefecture. From the Kisarazu side, there is a 4.4 kilo meter long bridge, which connects to a roughly 9.5 kilometer long undersea tunnel before reaching the Kawasaki side. On the artificial island at the point where the bridge links to the tunnel, there is a parking and rest area called Umihotaru, one of very few such marine parking areas in the world. From the top level of the Umihotaru building, which was designed to resemble a luxury cruise ship, visitors can enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view, including Yokohama Bay Bridge, the skyscrapers of Tokyo's Shinjuku district, and even as far as Mt. Fuji.
  • Torozakadaishi Kiridoshi Tunnel
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Futtsushi Hagiu
    This approximately 10-meter high tunnel is on a temple approach road, was dug out by hand from the Meiji period (1868?1912) to the Taisho period (1912?1926), and was undercut using Mt. Nokogiriyama stone cutting techniques at the beginning of the Showa period (1926?1989). There is a legend that Kobo Daishi rested in a detached precinct of Tozenji Temple in the Hagiu area of Futtsu City while on a pilgrimage. It is a popular spot for the mysterious sight caused by light entering the tunnel.
  • Oyama Senmaida
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Kamogawashi Hiratsuka 540
    Located in the hills of Kamogawa in the central part of the Boso Peninsula, the 375 large and small rice paddies cover an area of approximately four hectares of steep inclines like steps. They are the only natural water fields which use just rain water for cultivation in Japan, where many rare animals and plants can be found in the surrounding areas. Besides being included in the list of “Japan’s Top 100 Rice Terraces” by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in 1999, it was recognized as a Place of Scenic Beauty in Chiba in 2002.
  • Mobara Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Chiba Pref. Mobarashi Takashi 1325-1
    This park uses natural topography such as mountains and a lake, and has a promenade. You can appreciate plants throughout the four seasons including cherry blossoms, plum trees, azaleas, hydrangeas and maples in the park. In particular, the area with cherry blossoms that bloom around Lake Benten has been chosen as one of the Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots, and many people come to see them.
  • Nakanoshima-ohashi Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Kisaradushi Nakanoshima
    Japan’s tallest pedestrian bridge at 27 meters tall, this walkway stretches 236 meters across to the entrance of Kisarazu Port, and has become a symbol of Kisarazu City. From the bridge, you can see all the way to the Tokyo Aqua-Line, Keihin district on the far coast, and even to Mt. Fuji, when the weather is good. The beautiful view during the evening and night-time make it a great date spot, one recognized as a “Lover’s Paradise” by the NPO Area Activation Supporting Center in 2010.
  • Hattori Farm Hydrangea Mansion
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Mobarashi Sangaya 719
    Visitors to this renowned flower viewing destination can enjoy the more than 10 thousand bigleaf hydrangea plants growing on its 18,000 square meter grounds. The colorful hydrangeas, practically covering ground's mountain slope, dazzle great numbers of tourists come from throughout the prefecture and beyond. Visitors must contact the facility directly for information on opening times and flower blooming levels.
  • Shikoma Fudo Miracle Water
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Futtsushi Shikoma 90-1
    Located along Prefectural Route 182, nicknamed the “Momiji Road.” Here you can collect water springing from a crack in a boulder associated with the Buddhist deity Fudo Myo-o in a cliff along the Shikoma River, whose source waters are believed to lie in the Himuro Mountains. The waters are said to make tea and rice even more delicious when used to prepare them. The site has a parking area and bathrooms, making it perfect for stopping by along the way to another destination in the area.
  • Birthplace of Noda Soy Sauce
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Nodashi Noda 688-10
    Soy sauce brewing in Noda is believed to have begun during the Eiroku period (1558-1570). A stone memorial stands on the location of the Kameyakura brewery which once belonged to the former Iida family believed to be the birthplace of soy sauce brewing in Noda. In 1971, the location was designated a Historic Site by Noda City. Here you can catch a glimpse of the long history behind soy sauce production, the center of industry in Noda from long ago.
  • Hananosato Floral Village Nagura
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Minamibousoushi Shirahamachoushirahama 5818-1
    Hananosato Floral Village Nagura on National Route 410 is an interactive flower park utilizing the temperate climate thanks to the Black current. In the park, a range of flowers such as poppies, lavender, fringed pink and sun flowers bloom proudly in season. You can pick flowers all year around as well as picking broad beans in spring and peanuts in fall.
  • Okuzure Suisenkyo Sakuma Dam
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Awagunkyonanmachi Okuzure
    Located in the mountainous region of Kyonan Town, this is one of the best spots for flowers in the Kanto region. Since the Edo period, this whole area makes use of the mountain slopes to cultivate narcissuses, and it is considered one of Japan’s Top 3 Narcissus Fields, along with Echizen and Awaji. During peak narcissus season, all the narcissus bloom across the field, offering up a great aroma. You will also find plenty of beautiful flowers in each season, including cherry trees, plum trees and osmanthus. In spring, many visitors come for the flower-viewing near the lake at Sakuma Dam, which is quite famous for cherry trees in Minamiboso.
  • Herb Garden Ohkawara
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Ichikawashi Kitakokubun 2-2-2
    At Herb Garden Ohkawara you can purchase about 100 varieties of herb and seasonal flower seedlings, as well as items like umeboshi dried plums made from fruit grown on site. Besides plum blossom viewing and lavender flower picking, visitors can enjoy herbal tea and homemade cake at the annexed to café.
  • Takeda River Cosmos Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Pref. Kisaradushi Mariyatsu
    Takeda-gawaRiver Cosmos Road is located in the Fukuta district, Kisarazu City, and it is so-called because of the profusion of cosmos flowers growing alongside it. When they bloom in early autumn, the roadside is resplendent with pink flowers.
  • Narita International Airport
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Narita-shi Furugome
  • Kujukuri Hama
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Chosei-gun Ichinomiyamachi Ichinomiya
  • Boso Shiki no Kura
    31 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Kimitsu-shi

    日帰りバスの旅で買い物などで立ち寄りました。 雨の日だったのですが、買い物したところから足湯まで どんなに屋根の下を通っても1度は濡れるので外に出るときは 傘が必須です。 段差もちょいちょいあります。 お店の中も広くはないので、道の間が狭く 車いすだと狭いと感じるかもしれません。 足湯は最高でしたが。 場所によっては熱いようで、 熱い無理!!という声が聞こえました。 日帰り温泉もあるみたいなので...

  • Inubo Terrace Terrace
    14 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Chiba Choshi-shi Inubosaki 9575-2

    Located close to the lighthouse, the terrace is a comfortable well equipped modern structure, with facilities, stalls, a cafe, lots of tourist, historical and and natural information and even a...

Chiba Areas


The Boso Peninsula forms the main body of Chiba prefecture, and this is where you'll find its endless warm water beaches and jagged mountains. Further inland, Narita - most famous as the home of Narita Airport - is a secret haven of tradition and history in the form of centuries-old Shinshoji Temple and quaint wooden Edo buildings. Chiba prefecture is also home to both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

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