This promotional movie shows us fun activities in Sera-cho town with beautiful nature such as varieties of flower gardens,fruit picking and more making you want to visit Sera-cho town to experience those activities!

 

 

Sera-cho town is located in the center of Hiroshima Prefecture. The town cultivates vegetable such as Matsutake mushrooms, Japanese pear, tomatoes, rice and more. The weather is warm throughout the year and many endangered species live in the town due to its rich nature. The town is also well known for growing many kinds of flowers throughout all seasons. There is a suspension bridge called “Yume-Tsuribashi” which was awarded the Guinness World Record for the longest suspension bridge made with precast concrete. For wine lovers, winery tour is popular too.

Access to Sera-cho town

Arriving by train:
Approximately 3hrs 35 mins from Tokyo to Fukuyama Station by bullet train. 45 mins from Fukuyama Station to Bingo-Mikawa station by JR Fukushio Line.

A must-see spot in Sera-cho town

Yume-Tsuribashi bridge

Yume-Tsuribashi bridge crosses Hattabara Dam of Lake Ashidako and is a symbolic place of the town which was awarded the Guinness World Record for the longest suspension bridge made with precast concrete. The 147.6 meters-long suspension bridge offers beautiful scenery with green mountains and a blue lake.

A must-eat dish in Sera-cho town

Iwashi-zuke (marinated sardines)

Iwashi-zuke is a local food for the wintertime. It’s marinated sardines with vegetable which has been eaten as preserved food in the wintertime in Sera-cho town as it is far from the sea. Iwashi-zuke nabe, a hot pot dish with Iwashi-zuke, is also very tasty.

A must-buy souvenir in Sera-cho town

Sera Wine

Sera Wine is made with 100% grapes produced in Sera-cho town. You can find other unique items and souvenirs at the Sera Winery as well. If you don’t drink wine, the grape juice is highly recommended.

Why don’t you visit Sera-cho town drink delicious wine?

「Hiroshima Kanko Navi」Hiroshima Prefecture official tourism information site.
http://visithiroshima.net/