Hei River Mountain Stream

The Hei River, which originates from Mt. Kabuto Myojin on the Kukai Highlands, is the largest river in the prefecture that collects large and small rivers and flows into Miyako Bay, and is a treasure trove of river fish such as sweetfish, char, and yamame trout. As a mecca for mountain stream fishing, it is crowded with Taikobo from early spring. There are parts of the old national highway that are now used as nature trails, and many people visit during the season of fresh greenery and autumn leaves to enjoy the scenery that spreads out before their eyes. In particular, Otoge Dam is visited by enthusiasts who want to take photos of the autumn leaves, the dam, and trains. [Best time to see autumn leaves] Late October to early November

Location
〒028-2631 Miyako City Monma Tashiro Kukai ~ Kawai
Inquiries
Miyako City Kawai General Office
Phone number 0193-76-2165
FAX number 0193-76-2042

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