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Wakayama Prefecture produces the "perfect mandarin," and is thus also known as the Kingdom of Fruit. The prefecture is known for Mount Koya or Koyasan, a large mountain serving as the headquarters of Shingon Buddhism. This is probably the best place to experience an overnight visit to a Japanese temple!
This shop is located within walking distance from Wakayama JR station. The Kuroshio-Ichiba Market is a wonderful fish market that performs tuna-cutting shows three times daily. Also near here is the Porto Europa amusement park!
These areas are accessible via shuttle bus from Kainan JR Station. The other notable fish market in Wakayama is the Katsuura Port fish market. This place is famous for catching the largest tuna in all Japan. Katsuura town is a fun place to visit as it offers lots of various seafood samples for visitors to try! Kumano Kodo is a lesser known but incredibly serene Kii Mountain hike.
Originally an ancient pilgrimage, this spiritual path is both eye-opening and enlightening. For more information on this area check out our Kumano Kodo Article! The Yunomine Onsen is not only culturally significant and beautiful, but it is a fun and unique experience.
This celebration honors the homecoming of the Nachi Waterfall god. At this event you will observe young Japanese uniformed men chanting and carrying gigantic basins of fire up and down the stone steps that lead to the waterfall. This festival is loud and exciting — make sure to bring a camera and get there early to ensure a good view of the flames. The holy Buddhist grounds on Mount Koya have a number of temple accommodations for visitors to stay in.