Mangijo Castle(万木城跡公園） In the Sengoku period, chaotic times of the civil wars in Japan (1467-1590) , Mangijo boasted unbeaten. Now it is tuned to Mangijo Site Park and you can enjoy blooming seasonal ﬂowers and views of‘the beautiful woodlands from the observatory built in the shape of the castle tower.
Izunadera Temple（飯縄寺） "Ryu"(dragon),"Tengu to Ushiwakamawu" a long nosed-goblin and Ushiwakamaru and "Nami to Hiryu", a ﬂying daragon and waves,by Nami no Ihachi and tenjoga sumie, ceiling sumie painting by Tutsumi Torin. Open: 10:00 to 16:00
Gyoganji Temple（行元寺） Transom sculptures include "Nami ni hoju"(sacred gems in waves) by Nami no Ihachi and that of Takamatsu Matahachj. Open: 10:30 to 16:90 on Saturdays, Sundays,and Japanese national holidays.
lwafune Jizoson(岩船地蔵尊） A view from the Iwafune J izoson that a rocky stretch projects into the sea inside the temple ground is something wonderful. Ennichi fair is held on August 23 and 24 every year.
lsumi Enviroment and Culture Village(いすみ環境と文化のさとセンター） It was 'built to touch, know and enjoy experience of the rich, privileged nature of Isumi region, and the culture nurtured by people living here. The facility is composed of the center district with Nature Center and seven spot districts dotted around.
Cape Hachimalp(八幡岬） Many writers and artists have visited Hachiman-misaki, Cape Hachiman, since ancient times. Grandnéss of the horizon View of the Paciﬁc Ocean and the history of Kobamajo ruins have been written about and found in Kanbun Chinese classics, waka 31-syllable Japanese poems and haiku of 5-7-5 syllabic form until today.
Kofukuji Temple(光福寺） Narni no Ihachi's "Ryu", a dragon, "Tsuru", a crane, "Usagi". a rabbit, and "Nami ni Koi". a carp and waves.