Yuhino Square

A park with a monument by 「Mokitsi Saito」
Location 〒854-0514 Kitahonmachi, Obama Town, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture/50 minutes by bus from Isahaya Station

Obama Shrine

Believed as a god of hot springs.
Location 〒854-0514 853 Kitahonmachi, Obamacho, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture
TEL: 0957-74-2567

Obama Public Hall

The oldest wooden public hall in the prefecture.It is also a photo spot for young people.
Location 〒854-0514 Kitahonmachi, Obama Town, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture/50 minutes by bus from Isahaya Station

Ibotori Jizo

It's worshiped as God's Japanese incarnation.
Location 〒854-051489-1 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen-shi, Nagasaki

Kaminokawa Spring

This water is used as drinking water.
Many people come for this water and Pure spring water with an old history.
Location 〒854-0514 849 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen-shi, Nagasaki

spring Water

This water contains a lot of iron and carbonic acid and is effective for skin diseases.
Location Karimizu, Obama Town, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture/About 50 minutes by car

Obama History Museum

A museum that honors people who have contributed to the development of Nagasaki Prefecture.
Location 〒854-0514 923-1 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen-shi, Nagasaki

Kousenn Temple

A temple that boasts a beautiful garden
Location 〒854-0514 847 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Minamitakagi-gun, Nagasaki Prefecture

"CYANPON" is signature food of Nagasaki. that's a Chinese-style hotchpotch originating in Nagasaki, called 'chanpon' the dish of noodles, seafood, vegetables (from Nagasaki)


that's egg slow-boiled so that the yolk is hard but the white is still soft (traditionally cooked in a hot spring)
While it's a walk, it can be bought casually.


That's the traditional snack which represents Unzen.It is baked by mixing flour, eggs, sugar and hot spring water.Recommended for souvenirs.

"Fresh seafood"

You can enjoy eating various seafood throughout the seasons.Horse mackerel, mackerel, a hairtail, red snapper, lobster and crab... eat fresh place fish this sea by all means, please.


Anchovy catch much in the area on Tachibana-Bay coast.Original sardine dishes are also popular at the hotel.

Japan's longest footbath along the promenade extending along Tachibana Bay in Obama Marine Park.
“Ashiyu” is good for medicinal effects such as recovery from fatigue or mental and physical relaxation. It is increasing the number throughout Japan more and more. ashiyuha available for free.


【walking ASHIYU】【ASHIYU for Animal】
Location 〒854-0514 905-71 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture A steam hood is enjoyed by help yourself.
It's possible to steam and eat fresh seafoods and mountain products in Unzen city by hot steam. The foods are put in a bamboo basket, it's put in "steaming kiln" and the lid is put. The experience with which a steam hood is made can be done.


You can use two hot springs by purchasing tickets. That just takes a bath. A ticket is being sold by Obama office of tourism.
Please call say "YUMEGURIFUDA"


Fishing experience that even beginners can enjoy. Guides familiar with the area can guide you to the best points and enjoy fishing. You also rent a tool, so won't you try?

cook experience"

Let's bake Nagasaki's specialty "YUSENPEI"! It will be a souvenir in the Only one in the world you made.

Obama is a city proud of the sunset

小浜の夕日 小浜の夕日

Watch the sunset at Obama

ーSunset timetableー
※Varies by month.The best time is around 15 minutes.

  • January | Around 17:30
  • February | Around 18:00
  • March | Around 18:30
  • April | Around 18:50
  • May | Around 19:10
  • June | Around 19:30
  • July | Around 19:30
  • August | Around 19:00
  • September | Around 18:30
  • October | Around 17:50
  • November | Around 17:20
  • December | Around 17:15


〒854-0514 905 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen-shi, Nagasaki
Please use the municipal parking lot for the parking lot.

TEL 0957-74-2121
FAX 0957-74-5977



905 Kitahonmachi, Obama-cho, Unzen-shi, Nagasaki
TEL/0957-74-2121 FAX/0957-74-5977

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