The Kumano River, which has a long history and has been registered as a World Heritage Site as the Kumano Kodo River. This river, which runs between Mie and Wakayama in the south of the Kii Peninsula, used to be a "river pilgrimage route" connecting the three mountains of Kumanosanzan, and water traffic was very active to carry daily necessities. And while benefiting from the Kumano River, there was a living culture linked to the river in the basin. I want to leave the clear stream of the Kumano River and the life connected to the river to posterity. Why don't you experience the "Kumano River" while touching the history and lifestyle associated with the river and think about the relationship between people and nature again?
203 Kitahizue, Kiho-cho, Minamimuro-gun, Mie Prefecture
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