Located on a mountain plateau at an elevation of 500m, Dosenbo was a community whose land was reclaimed during the beginning of the Meiji period (1868-1912), and the rustic scenery of its rice paddies and hillside tea fields can still be enjoyed here today. In the neighborhood of Imayama, which was created together with the Takayama Dam in 1969, you'll find unique, open air tea fields, in addition to the unusually diagonal ridges of the tea plants that have been preserved for some unique scenery.
- 0743-93-0105 (Minamiyamashiro Town Hall)
- Dosenbo, Minamiyamashiro, Soraku District, Kyoto Prefecture
- Train: 180 minutes on foot from Okawara Station on the JR Kansai Main Line
Car: 20 minutes by car from Okawara Station on the JR Kansai Main Line