Inbanuma Sunset Hills is a leisure facility with an auto-camping grounds and tennis courts, where you can enjoy a barbecue with a panoramic view of Lake Inbanuma.
Yacho-no-Mori (bird forest) makes the most of Sakura’s natural environment, with small birds flitting among the trees, and a bird hide for observing the waterbirds of the lake. As the name Sunset Hills suggests, the location offers a superb view of the sun setting over Lake Inbanuma.
- Name of Attraction
- Inbanuma Sunset Hills
- 27 Iinomachi, Sakura, Chiba
- By car:
Travel north on Prefectural Road No. 65 from Sakura Interchange.
Turn into Prefectural Road No. 296 near Sakura Railway Station and turn right at the National Museum of Japanese History intersection back onto Prefectural Road No. 65. Continue travelling north until you see Sakura Kusabue-no-Oka on your left. Go past Sakura Kusabue-no-Oka, turn left at the junction (at the Tsuchiuki Sakaue Bus Stop). Follow the road for another 400 meters or so.
- By train:
From the north exit of JR Sakura Railway Station, board the Green Bus (Platform 1).
Get off the bus at Keisei Sakura Railway Station (approx. 10 min.)
From the north exit of Keisei Sakura Station, take the Sakura City Community Bus (approx. 15 min.) and get off at Iinomachi.
- By car: